Timehri will be “Airline Cemetery” with new airport -Nagamootoo

The Government’s plan to spend $30 Billion to construct a new airport is not finding favour with Alliance For Change Member of Parliament Moses Nagamootoo. Initial works paving the way for the construction of the replacement airport at Timehri has already started but Nagamootoo believes that unless a proper feasibility study is completed and presented, […]

30 year old Activist to replace ill APNU MP

With a vote on the 2013 National Budget estimates, the Opposition A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) has decided to replace hospitalised Member of Parliament Richard Allen so that his “constituents could be represented”. Allen fell ill last Thursday in the National Assembly and had to be rushed by ambulance to the Georgetown Hospital where […]

Stage set for Final 4 OF SUPER 50

 The semi-final line-up for the WICB Regional Super50 Tournament has been decided following an action-packed final round of preliminary matches on Sunday. The Final Four of the tournament will be played under the lights at Kensington Oval in Barbados. Trinidad & Tobago face Combined Campuses & Colleges on Thursday, April 18, while Jamaica meet Windward […]

Broadcast Authority cannot revoke Radio Licenses -Shaddick

The Chairperson of the National Broadcasting Authority and Member of Parliament for the People’s Progressive Party, Ms. Bibi Shaddick has declared that the Authority under the law does not really have any authority to revoke those radio licenses that were issued by Former President Bharrat Jagdeo without cause. Shaddick used the opening of her Budget […]

19 year old Stabbed to Death

Family members remember 19 year old Jamal Harris as “the most jovial” person you would have ever known. The young man was stabbed to death last evening and his assailant appears unknown. Jamal’s mother, Yvonne Smith told News Source this afternoon that just after 2am Monday she received a call that she should head to […]

Shabazz Advice for GFF Elections

Over the past two decades, football in Guyana was controlled with an iron fist by Collin Klass, however, he was caught in the middle of one of the biggest scandals to rock the world’s most popular sport, resulting in him being banned by the governing body FIFA. On April 12, there will be a change […]

Private Sector to get involved in efforts to attract Airlines

When Delta Airlines cuts its service to Guyana in early May, Caribbean Airlines and Suriname Airways will be the only two carriers plying the American market. Surinam Airways only flies to Miami while Caribbean Airlines takes on both the Miami and New York markets. Delta’s departure after five years of service between Guyana and New […]

Government “hogtied” by Drug Trade in Gold

Over the past two years, there has been a significant increase in persons getting involved in and investing in the Gold Mining sector. Some of the new investors are no strangers to the law and have been linked internationally to a number of cases in the drug underworld. Though the Government may be aware of […]

Alpha United Captures Mayor’s Cup

Alpha United defeated Slingerz FC 1-0 to be crowned Champions of the 2013 Mayor’s Cup Football Tournament. Nick named the ‘Hammer’ Alpha United got the go-ahead goal 10 minutes into the game compliments of Gregory Richardson. With the win, Alpha United will pocket the first place prize of $1M while Slingerz FC will have to […]

Shillingford Spins Windwards Into Semis

NORTH SOUND, Antigua – West Indies off-spinner Shane Shillingford yet again proved his weight in gold, bowling Windward Islands to a 36-run victory over Leeward Islands, and into the semi-finals of the Regional Super50 here Sunday. Defending 194 for nine off their 47 overs, the Windwards restricted the Leewards to 158 for nine, with the […]