Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Yearly Archives: 2018

-- Min. Ramjattan hints at major probe into alleged corrupt transaction PUBLIC Security Minister and Vice-President Khemraj Ramjattan said the police are investigating and closing...

--AG says gov’t acted wisely during confidence vote -- believes opposition to ‘33 majority’ might have activated other moles on gov’t benches ATTORNEY General and...

FOLLOWING the alleged execution of a 37-year-old man in Queenstown on Sunday morning, police detectives in Georgetown along with those from the Major Crimes...

THE police are trying to locate the driver of a car which fatally struck down a 34-year-old man at Supply , East Bank Demerara...

COUNCILLORS of the municipality of Linden are on a mission to work with the constituents that voted for them in the recently held Local...

Dear Editor A PATIENT of mine was diagnosed with terminal cancer. He requested a second opinion. I rightfully said, “It’s your right, you don’t need...

Dear Editor, UNTIL Friday, 21 December, 2018, no motion of no-confidence had ever been debated in Guyana’s National Assembly. The constitution demands a majority of all...

Dear Editor, MORE about escaping the heavy hand of justice. These are exciting times and interesting too, for what is now being fully revealed, following the...

AS 2018 comes to a close and a new year begins, the popular Guyanese tradition of making new year resolutions is once again in...

By Anthony Layne TWENTY-FIVE young, up-and-coming musicians seized the opportunity to showcase their talent and skills when the Clemsville Music Conservatory recently held its 2018...