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Guyana Jaguars rip apart T&T Red Force to end unbeaten

Newly crowned WPCL Regional 4-Day champions Guyana Jaguars realized their ambitions of going undefeated for the season following a crushing innings and 81 run win over the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force at Province Stadium on Sunday. A merciless first innings display had already seen the Guyana based team hammer 540-9 declared in response to […]

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APNU/AFC Region 5 Councillor in custody for assaulting man

Infamous APNU/AFC Region five (5) regional Councillor, Abel Seetaram, is currently in police custody over allegations that he assaulted a 54-year-old man, identified as Nateram Rabindranauth. Rabindranauth, this publication was informed, was reportedly beaten by Seetaram to the point where he sustained a broken jaw, a broken nose and internal bleeding, among other injuries. The […]

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GTT’s US$41 million “disputed” tax assessment at centre of telecoms liberalisation talks; Telecoms Agency legally active

The National Telecommunications Agency (NATA), which will be responsible for spectrum management and licensing of wireless communication service providers, is about to be established but liberalisation of the telecommunications sector is largely hinged on the settlement of a US$44 million tax claim against the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT). GT&T continues to maintain that …

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Gold miner catches secondary school student who robbed him at gunpoint – police

A 16-year old student was early Monday morning caught by a gold miner moments after he and three other accomplices robbed him on the Kitty Public Road, police said. Sources said the teenage boy is a student of St. Winefride’s Secondary School, Garnett Street, Newtown, Georgetown. He lives at Kitty Public Road. “A gold miner …

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Guyana not ready to inform Council of Legal Education of its Law School negotiating Committee- AG Williams

Attorney General, Basil Williams on Monday said indicated he is not yet ready to inform the Caribbean’c Council of Legal Education who are the members of a committee who will meet with that regional body that governs the quality and standards of legal education. Williams also took the opportunity to again criticise CLE Chairman, Senior …

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US based family gifts land, property to UG towards bursary for Berbice students

The first major philanthropic gift by an individual, private family establishing a perpetual bursary has been received by the University of Guyana (UG). According to a release from UG’s Office of Philanthropy, Alumni and Civic Engagement (PACE), the gift of land and property in Berbice was bestowed to them by Mrs Rajdai Elizabeth Outar, now […]

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US based family gifts land, property to UG towards bursary for Berbice students

The first major philanthropic gift by an individual, private family establishing a perpetual bursary has been received by the University of Guyana (UG). According to a release from UG’s Office of Philanthropy, Alumni and Civic Engagement (PACE), the gift of land and property in Berbice was bestowed to them by Mrs Rajdai Elizabeth Outar, now […]

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Windies U-19 wallop Kenya

(Sportsmax) Alick Athanaze slammed an unbeaten century as the Windies U-19s cruised to a commanding 222 run win over Kenya at Lincoln Green in New Zealand on Friday. Heading into the Group A final encounter both teams had already found themselves eliminated from progression to the quarterfinals following losses to South Africa and hosts New […]

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Windies U-19 wallop Kenya

(Sportsmax) Alick Athanaze slammed an unbeaten century as the Windies U-19s cruised to a commanding 222 run win over Kenya at Lincoln Green in New Zealand on Friday. Heading into the Group A final encounter both teams had already found themselves eliminated from progression to the quarterfinals following losses to South Africa and hosts New […]

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Top PPP elected regional officials “breaking ranks”- Bulkan; Regions 8,9 Chairmen justify participation in Local Govt conference

Central government would go ahead and implement projects and programmes in People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPPC)-controlled regional and town councils if their top elected officials continue to boycott the annual local government conferences, Minister of Communities Ronald Bulkan said. The PPP-aligned Regional Chairmen of Regions Eight and Nine defended their participation in the conference, but …

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