Lisa Punch launches her “Evolution”

She dreams of one day seeing her name and music on the Billboard charts. Now with the launch of her first album, Guyanese songbird Lisa Punch believes she is closer to realising that dream. “The Evolution of Lisa Punch” is the début album released last week by the former Guyana Star winner who believes that […]

APNU Member of Parliament recovering well

Member of Parliament for A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) Richard Allen continues to be monitored following his collapse in the National Assembly on Thursday. Doctors believe High Blood Pressure may be the reason for his collapse. Medical sources say from all initial tests, there were no signs of any heart ailment and he is […]

NYPD Cop whose parents are Guyanese Dies in Brooklyn Crash

(Daily News) He wanted to be a cop since he was a kid, but an NYPD officer’s dream-come-true ended Thursday before his rookie year was up. Officer Patrick Prince, 22, died in a Brooklyn car cash while on his way home after wrapping up his 7:30 p.m.-to-3:30 a.m. tour in the 73rd Precinct in Brownsville. […]

Loul ready to do some extracting on Richardson

(Stabroek Sports) Whether he wears latex gloves or laces up boxing gloves, Mahmoud ‘The Extractor’ Loul is in the business of dealing with pain. The full time dental school student and professional boxer puts on latex gloves to soothe dental aches on patients but dons his boxing gloves to extract pain on opponents. Pain he aims […]

If Gold Rusts, What does Copper do?

by Guest Writer Darren Jordan It is such a shame that a citizen’s right to protest is being mocked by the Government for which that citizen works. Much like slavery, these citizens are being treated like mere workers without souls, families, dreams and hopes. Instead, they are just figures in the way of a dream […]

Guyana’s Selective Outrage

We live in a country where there is a selective outrage that haunts the land. A selective outrage that etches away at our very motto of One People, One Nation, One Destiny. This is a country where political lightweights would spend hours on their little TV shows incensing a nation with their shallowness, where they […]

Magistrate grants bail to cocaine in lumber accused

It took the Customs Anti Narcotics Unit weeks to track down the persons believed to be behind the over 700 pounds of cocaine that were discovered in lumber, but when the case got to the court today it only took a Magistrate a few minutes to grant bail to the two men charged in connection […]