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Monthly Archives: July 2016

GUYANA joins with the rest of the Anglophone Caribbean in celebrating another Emancipation anniversary. We take this opportunity to salute our African-Guyanese brothers and...

AS DETAILS of the confession in the Black Bush Polder triple murder get released, police sources have confirmed that instruction to kill the victims...

THE United Women for Special Children (UWSC) has helped the National Commission on Disability (NCD) to acquire some 41 books on disability and rehabilitation...

Freedom is never free… it requires eternal vigilance and sacrifice TOMORROW marks 178 years since chattel slavery was abolished in the British Empire. The emancipation...

FIRST Lady Sandra Granger on Friday extended felicitations to the graduates of the Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency (CULP) Programme, and lauded the founders...

--to help children make proper solid-waste management a lifestyle THE Ministry of Communities, on Wednesday at Camp Wesleyana on the Soesdyke-Linden Highway, launched Green Generation...

By Ariana Gordon THE Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has increased the award of damages payable to Tulsieram Dukhi for personal injuries he suffered following...

Hinds’ Sight with Dr David Hinds I JOIN Guyana in wishing the African-Guyanese brethren and sisterin a happy Emancipation. It feels good to hear more...

ITHACA Village, West Bank Berbice, known for its close association with African traditions and folklore, is set to stage a grand day-long Emancipation Day celebration on...

By Ariana Gordon A STABLE political environment is necessary for jobs to be created here, says Finance Minister Winston Jordan, who also noted that no...