NBS reduces mortgage rates

The New Building Society (NBS) today announced yet another reduction on mortgage rates with effect from July 1, 2013. According to a release from the Society, this move is a reflection of its continuous quest to ensure affordable mortgages for citizens. Over the past few years, the NBS has asserted itself as a major player in […]

Police kick down doors in search of robbers at Linden

Police ranks at Linden arrested over 10 young men at Linden on Monday as they widened a search for two men who attacked and robbed the Wismar Post Office of millions of dollars in pension money earlier in the day. The police guard who was on duty was beaten and relieved of his weapon during […]

Granger offers formula for Chancellor and CJ positions

Leader of the Opposition David Granger has proposed a formula for the selection of a new Chancellor of the Judiciary and Chief Justice and its a formula he believes would break the gridlock that has dogged the appointment process for the past several years. The Opposition Leader on Monday told News Source that he recently […]

Wismar Post Office robbed of Pensioners money

A police constable was relieved of  his weapon as robbers attacked the Wismar Post Office at Linden early on Monday morning. The brazen robbery took place just after the Post Office opened it’s doors around 8 o’ clock. The Police Constable and the Post Master were both assaulted as two armed men carted off millions […]

China commits Billions to CARICOM states

Guyana will soon be looking at how it will tap into a US$1.5B grant announced by the Chinese Government, during a visit of that country’s President Xi Jinping to Port of Spain, Trinidad. This was announced by President Donald Ramotar, shortly after some Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Heads met with the Chinese President at the Hilton Hotel […]

Millenium Manor aims to be standard bearer

Two months after opening its doors, Management at Georgetown’s newest hotel, The Millenium Manor admits that business is not what they expected at this stage but they are hopeful that it will get better over the coming months. The multi million dollar hotel located on Hadfield Street in the heart of the city, boasts fifteen […]

GSPCA calls for dog-fighting ban

The Guyana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is issuing another call for their to be a total ban of the “brutal sport” of dog fighting. The latest call by the Society comes just one week after a pit bull match up ended in the murder of one of the dog owners following […]

Triumph fire leaves seven homeless

Heavy winds from the Atlantic Ocean aided a Saturday night fire which ripped through a two storey house at Triumph on the East Coast of Demerara leaving seven persons homeless. The fire service was called to the scene of the Surat Drive, Triumph blaze just after 8 o’ clock as neighbours and the home owners […]

Trinidad stuns Guyana 20 – 0 to advance to Rugby Finals

by Rawle Toney The atmosphere was truly electric with scores of Rugby hungry fans storming the University of the West Indies St Augustine Campus in Trinidad & Tobago as the hosts trounced Guyana 20 – 0 to advance to the NACRA 15s finals. With that crushing win, Trinidad and Tobago will now face USA South […]

Kitty woman attacked with acid over noise complaint

A Station Street, Kitty family is convinced that their recent complaint to the Commissioner of Police over the noise nuisance from a nearby bar, led to an acid attack on Saturday morning. 52-year-old Mala Persaud was rushed to the Georgetown Hospital after a man approached her and threw the substance on her on Saturday morning. […]