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Monthly Archives: April 2016

By Alva Solomon SEVERAL Stabroek Market vendors yesterday protested their imminent relocation to the old Royal Castle location near the Linden bus park in downtown...

FORENSIC auditors have recommended that investigations into the 2012 Curacao gold heist be re-activated here. Based on their findings, local authorities had lazily pursued...

By Navendra Seoraj IN what was deemed as chaotic and frightful, several persons were left injured early yesterday morning when bandits invaded the Hotel Ramada...

THIRTY-THREE-YEAR-OLD Nabadaningi Gobin, of 1049 Aubrey Barker Road, South Ruimveldt, was found guilty of break and enter and simple larceny on Friday by Magistrate...

TWO persons appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan yesterday, charged with attempting to smuggle protected birds out of Guyana without a legal permit to...

PRESIDENT David Granger, speaking at a workshop to train local journalists and other media practitioners in reporting on suicides, yesterday laid out his government’s...

THE Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) customers will now have the opportunity to do more with faster speeds as the company has received...

THE Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) has expressed concern about the escalation in armed robberies and violent crimes being perpetrated on members...

LINDEN Mayor Carwyn Holland has accused Town Clerk Jenella Bowen of being apathetic in informing him and the councillors, in a timely manner, of...

GEORGETOWN Mayor Patricia Chase-Green has reiterated that city councillors cannot make decisions individually, but should first consult with the entire City Council before approval...