Granger briefs US and Chinese Diplomats on No confidence move

As the Opposition parties get ready to move to the National Assembly in October with their no confidence motion against the Government, the Leader of the Opposition has started to brief the international community about the move of no confidence against the Donald Ramotar administration and what it will mean for the country. According to […]

Government prepared to face no confidence “challenge” -Luncheon

The Government’s Chief Spokesman, Secretary Dr. Roger Luncheon wants it to be made clear that the introduction and passage of a no confidence motion against the government is not a one day affair. But he admitted that it’s a challenge that national governments would face. Luncheon’s statements came in response to the decision of the […]

West Bank Demerara Miner burnt to death at Mazaruni mining camp

Murders and robberies continue to plague the mining community and Police investigators are once again probing the death of yet another miner. According to the Guyana Police Force Press Office, 23-year-old miner Kester Anderson of Samroo Dam, Pouderoyen, West Bank Demerara was burnt to death during a fight with another man at the Barakat Backdam […]

US Military Cadets complete Jungle training in Guyana

GEORGETOWN  –  Forty two U.S. military cadets completed a training course at the Colonel Robert Mitchell Jungle and Amphibious Training School (CRMJATS), as part of theCultural Understanding and Language Proficiency (CULP) Program. Under the guidance of the CRMJATS leadership, the cadets received training and familiarization on a broad range of survival skills.  This training phase […]

Lisa Punch to perform at Guyana Festival opening

She may have been eliminated from the Rising Star TV singing competition, but Guyanese songbird Lisa Punch is expected  be the star of the show when she sings at the opening of the Guyana Festival on Friday at the National Stadium. News Source understands the Tourism Ministry is in the final stages of completing Punch’s […]

APNU to join AFC with no confidence motion against the Government

Leader of the Opposition and A Partnership for National Unity, retired Brigadier David Granger has announced that the APNU will support the no confidence motion being taken to the National Assembly by the Alliance For Change. The combined Opposition parties hold the majority in the National Assembly and with Granger indicating the decision of the […]

Princess Casino sued for $20 Million winnings

The Georgetown Investment and Management Service Inc. which trades and operates under the registered name of Princess Casino Guyana has been slapped with a multi  million dollar lawsuit by an angry gambler who claims that the Casino refused to pay him his winnings by claiming that the slot machine that he won just over G$20 […]

Mentally ill woman mauled to death by family’s pit bulls

A 51-year-old woman who suffered from mental illness was mauled to death by two pit bulls on Tuesday morning at her sister’s Lamaha Springs home in Georgetown. The dead woman has been identified as Joanne Carter. She recently moved to a small apartment that her sister built for her just at the back of the […]

Teenager stabbed to death during row over computer

Police investigators are probing the murder of a 17-year-old Essequibo young man who was stabbed to death on Monday afternoon. The dead teen has been identified as Alex Narine of Colombia on the Essequibo coast. Initial reports state that Narine and another man got into an argument over a computer system and during that confrontation, […]

OAS and CARICOM IMPACS sign Security Agreement

The Organization of American States (OAS) and the Caribbean Community Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (CARICOM IMPACS) signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the 28th of July to promote and facilitate cooperation and collaboration aimed at advancing regional security. Signing on behalf of the OAS Secretary General José Miguel Insulza was the OAS Secretary […]