Pres. Ramotar to meet Chinese President

China’s President Xi Jinping arrived in Trinidad and Tobago on a rainy Friday night to host bilateral discussions with a number of CARICOM member states. Guyana’s President Donald Ramotar and a Government team will meet face to face with the Chinese President for a series of bilateral discussions over the weekend. This is the first […]

Abdul Kadir loses appeal on terrorism conviction

Former Member of Parliament and Linden Mayor Abdul Kadir on Friday lost an attempt to gain his freedom following a terrorism conviction in New York. A U.S. appeals court has upheld the convictions of Guyanese Abdul Kadir and Russell Defreitas in the JFK terror plot. The two were convicted back in 2010 and sentenced to […]

U.S lends assistance for ambulance purchase

The Government of the United States through USAID continues to lend assistance to Guyana in critical areas. U.S Ambassador  to Guyana D. Brent Hardt on Wednesday handed over a check for just over $8.9 Million to Minister of Finance Dr. Ashni Singh to benefit emergency services. At the Ministry’s request and by agreement between the […]

Rohee fires off at Police Investigators

Minister of Home Affairs Clement Rohee who holds responsibility for the security sector has slammed the Guyana Police Force and its investigators over what he sees as “incompetence” in their handling of a number of cases. In a statement issued on Thursday, the Minister of Home Affairs expressed worry over the high number of police […]

Public Procurement to be strengthened

The National Procurement and Tender Administration Board (NPTAB) continues to strengthen the process of public procurement and as a result of this focus, there have been constant engagements with evaluators. In this regard, the Board held a workshop on Thursday at the Guyana International Conference Centre (GICC), geared to continuously strengthen the public procurement process. […]

Guyana hungry for Rugby title

by Rawle Toney Guyana’s National Men’s 15’s Rugby squad arrived on Thursday morning in the Twin Island Republic of Trinidad & Tobago, where they will face the hosts on Saturday for the North American & Caribbean Rugby Association (NACRA) Southern Championship. The game which is set for 3pm at the University of the West Indies […]

Cricketer Carlyle Barton charged for murder

Demerara Club cricketer 23-year-old Carlyle Barton was on Thursday afternoon remanded to prison after being charged for the murder of 39-year-old Durban Street resident Shawn Nelson. Barton was not required to enter a plea to the indictable charge. The young man stood quietly before Magistrate Suelle Lovell as the murder charge was explained to him. […]

Cricketer to be charged with murder

The Director of Public Prosecutions has advised that local cricketer Carlyle Barton be charged for murder in the shooting death of Durban Street resident Shawn Nelson. Barton is expected to make his first court appearance on Thursday morning at the Georgetown Magistrates Court. Police investigators spent most of Wednesday examining the surveillance video recording of […]

Business Guyana magazine launched

The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce & Industry is looking to attract more investors to Guyana while at the same time showcasing economic development that has been taking place over the years. The GCCI has launched the fourth edition of the Guyana Business Magazine. According to the chamber,  5000 copies of the magazine have been published […]

UG and OU team up for journalism training.

A number of Local journalists and journalism students on Wednesday began a three-day training programme organised by the University of Guyana and Ohio University as part of their ongoing partnership. The training programme is focusing on Democracy, Journalism, and Responsibility: Expectations for an Informed Society. The United States Embassy in Georgetown is lending assistance to […]