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Emancipation festivities create vivid imagery

By Kiana Wilburg The African heritage and the significant contributions made to Guyana’s cultural fabric was honoured and remembered in grand style yesterday at the National Park. Some of the girls during an African dance. Guyanese from all... [...]

Army Lieutenant to be disciplined for shooting recruit

  A Board of Inquiry has recommended that disciplinary action be taken against army Lieutenant Othneil Hope for his accidental shooting of recruit Vernon Harding at Base Tacama, Berbice, last May. Vernon Harding Kaieteur News understands... [...]

Bus driver’s alleged killer still at large

- despite promises to turn self in The man who allegedly stabbed minibus driver Gavin Fiffee to death on Thursday remained at large The now deceased Gavin Fiffee and his reputed wife Antonia Beveney yesterday, despite reassurances from some... [...]

Tender Board ignores Public Works pricing recommendation

The National Procurement and Tender Administration Board continues to ignore recommendations to award public works contracts to the bidder whose bid is 15 percent above or below the engineer’s estimate. This is according to an engineer of... [...]

Finance Ministry continues to discriminate in ads placement

Kaieteur, Stabroek News sidelined, Guyana Times favoured Government is continuing its practice of denying advertisements to private, independent media houses, opting instead for a Government-friendly newspaper with which it shares close ties. Finance... [...]

Dem boys seh…De Creatah might spare, but not Uncle Sam

Greed is a thing that can kill people. In Guyana dem does call it laang guts. Greedy people eat, dem belly full but dem eye nah full. Dem does eat. Tek Kwame. He got one li’l boy. He nah satisfy suh he gone after more till he end up wid Julius... [...]

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The UG fees situation

The news that the University of Guyana will be introducing an increase in new student fees has been met with some consternation among students and some lecturers at the premier institution of tertiary education.  Subsumed within the US$1,000 annual fee... Continue reading

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