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Monthly Archives: April 2018

BRAZIL, the team who play with the fluid rhythm of conga dancers and the daring of bullfighters, brought wild ecstasy to most of the...

-Sandra Craig's creative touch is in demand She says she has a lot in stored for Guyana with her innovative ideas and creative talent. She...

A fire of unknown origin destroyed a house at Crabwood Creek on the Corentyne on Monday afternoon leaving several persons homeless. Reports are that the...

Suriname authorities  are searching for  more than a dozen fishermen , including Guyanese nationals , who were attacked and forced overboard by pirates in...

-- women urged to speak up against domestic violence FAR too many times women have remained silent about ill-treatment from their intimate partner until it...

A 48-year-old man is dead and four other persons are seriously injured after the car in which they were travelling slammed into a heap of...

CONTRACTS for the construction of a new fire station at Onverwagt on the West Coast of Berbice, and the continuation of the East Bank...

A CORENTYNE farmer has harvested some 450 pounds of organic onions from his Phillipe Farm, East Berbice, Corentyne, last Thursday. It is the largest harvest for...

Dear Editor, ON April 22, 2018, the Kaieteur News carried a letter written by “concerned citizen” under the heading, “This Government is ignoring the plight...

Dear Editor, I COULD not agree more with Earl Hamilton in his letter published in your April 28 edition captioned, “On the wrong side of...