Dem boys seh… Soulja Bai humble Li’l Joe

April 7, 2016 | Filed Under Dem Boys Seh, Features / Columnists, News 

Three weeks back de GRA decide that it gun seize some vehicle that BaiShan bring in through trickery. When de GRA go to move Li’l Joe step in. That was when he was big boy and people use to call he Joe Humbo. Soulja Bai show him who is de real big boy. He call […]

Auditors recommend sweeping changes at GuyOil

April 5, 2016 | Filed Under News 

An independent auditor has recommended sweeping changes at the Guyana Oil Company (GuyOil), including how that state-owned company should handle its dealers and creditors. According to the recently released forensic audit report by Nigel Hinds Financial Services, GuyOil will have to implement tougher systems to ensure that dealers adhere to contracts with an annual revision […]

Nigerian Man pardoned for illegal entry

April 5, 2016 | Filed Under News 

A Nigerian trader, who allegedly travelled to Guyana on Easter Sunday, was yesterday pardoned by Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan after he pleaded guilty to the charge of illegal entry. At the Georgetown Magistrates Court, Immanuel Innis Derry, who resides in San Paulo Brazil was pardoned and was charged to leave Guyana within 24 hours. It […]

Months after release of damning audit reports, no criminal charges

April 3, 2016 | Filed Under News 

– Ramjattan to make recommendations to cabinet on Tuesday By Abena Rockcliffe-Campbell Were the forensic audit reports a waste of time and money; a mere strategy to confirm all that was suspected and reported on before; or were they just a means to comfort those who were enraged by the levels of corruption in the […]

Passengers on domestic planes flying at their own risk

April 3, 2016 | Filed Under News 

– Aviation Regulators say insurance for local aircrafts not necessary At present, the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) is not policing domestic airlines to ensure all aircraft transporting passengers are insured in the event of a possible mishap. Therefore, there is high possibility that a large percent of passengers fly uninsured. Many of the domestic […]

Dr. Astell Collins appointed Golden Rule over Caribbean States

April 3, 2016 | Filed Under News 

– aims to renovate 50 homes to mark jubilee celebrations Given his commitment to serving humanity and promoting the Golden Rule both nationally and internationally, Dr. Astell Collins was officially appointed a Global Representative for the Interfaith Peace-Building Initiative with responsibility over the Caribbean states and territories. At his appointment, World Peace Ambassador Dr. Clyde […]

Unnecessary infighting in Linden hindering progress on TV

April 3, 2016 | Filed Under News 

By Jacquey Bourne Despite readiness by the Region Ten Broadcasting Inc. to flip the switch of the new TV station there are complaints by some stakeholders in the Region of not being included. The Guyana National Broadcasting Authority (GNBA) has recommended that the Board of trustees be expanded. This recommendation along with others was made […]

Bandits shoot 16-year-old schoolboy

April 3, 2016 | Filed Under News 

– escape with millions in jewelry A schoolboy, Ramdat Singh, called “Ronald”, 16, of Lot 5D Bush Lot Public Road was expected to write his CSEC examination in a month. He is now a patient in the New Amsterdam hospital after he was shot in his jaw by one of two bandits who robbed his […]

Committee remembers Haslyn Parris

April 3, 2016 | Filed Under News 

The Special Committee on Constitutional Reform convened by Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo was plunged into a state of shock and deep mourning when it leant of the very tragic passing of William Haslyn Parris. “Haslyn was a critical member of the Committee whose contributions and deliberations were always incisive, deep, masterful and invaluable. “The Committee […]

Work Place Stress – A Collective Challenge

April 3, 2016 | Filed Under News 

The Ministry of Labour in collaboration with the Linden Hospital Complex, Linden Electricity Company Inc, BOSAI and the Guyana Water Inc will be hosting a month of activities to celebrate Occupational, Safety and Health month under the theme “Work Place Stress – A Collective Challenge”. The month of activities began on Friday with a Thanksgiving […]

Central Housing held prime Providence lands 3 years for BK Int’l

March 24, 2016 | Filed Under News 

Construction giant, BK International Inc., which purchased 100 acres of prime lands aback of the National Stadium in Providence, East Bank Demerara, was allowed to breach several parts of its agreement with the Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA). The authority took no action to force Sunset Lakes Inc, BK’s subsidiary that was developing the […]

Former Sheriff Restaurant and Bar razed by fire

March 24, 2016 | Filed Under News 

Persons residing along Sheriff Street were interrupted from their Holi celebrations after the once popular, Sheriff Restaurant and Bar, went up in flames around 15:00 hours yesterday. Devo Pooran, who said he was the owner of the building, related that he received a call from a neighbour who informed him that the building was on […]

Sharma as PPP candidate was “wholly inappropriate”

March 24, 2016 | Filed Under News 

– Finds Corporate Governance to be weak at various levels Forensic auditors have flagged various irregularities at the Guyana Energy Agency (GEA) during its investigations, some of which point to poor corporate governance at the entity. The auditing team of Nigel Hinds Financial Services said that Section 18(2) (c) of the GEA Act 1997 mandates […]

Forensic Audit finds… Polygraph testing by GEA was illegal

March 24, 2016 | Filed Under News 

– Over 20 persons sacked for failing, while others were kept – calls made for former employees to be compensated By Kiana Wilburg In the absence of laws for guiding polygraph testing in Guyana, forensic auditors have found the Guyana Energy Agency’s (GEA) involvement in such acts to be illegal. What is even more alarming […]

Dem boys seh… Jail sentence stiff and people begging Soulja Bai

March 24, 2016 | Filed Under Dem Boys Seh, Features / Columnists, News 

Some judge sharing out jail sentence like when a shopkeeper sharing out candy. All who use to get five and six year, getting 25 and 30. Dem judge seh that de long sentence is to give de criminals time to think bout de wrong thing dem do and to correct dem mistake. When de first […]

India edge past Bangladesh in thriller

March 24, 2016 | Filed Under Sports 

BBC Sport – India revived their World Twenty20 hopes with a thrilling one-run victory over Bangladesh in Bangalore. Needing 11 from the final over and two from three balls, the Tigers lost three wickets from the final three balls. Seven of the nine India batsmen reached double figures, with nine fours and six sixes, but […]

NSC/Archery Guyana shoots off “50 Shades of Games” at GSSF’s Indoor Competition

March 24, 2016 | Filed Under Sports 

As a part of the Guyana’s 50th Independence Activities the Guyana Sport Shooting Federation and the National Sports Commission once again successfully collaborated on Saturday 19th March, to this time feature Indoor Archery in the NSC’s ‘50 Shades of Games’ Sports Programme. In his Opening Remarks, everyone present was welcomed by Chairman of the Archery […]

Tree planting exercise an ‘important step’ for Guyana’s green future

March 24, 2016 | Filed Under News 

– says President at PYARG activity President David Granger has commended the President’s Youth Award – Republic of Guyana (PYARG) Programme for engaging youths in a Tree Planting exercise. This is an important step toward the green future that Guyana is pursuing, he said. The exercise was held on the Merriman’s Mall, Georgetown, yesterday. President […]

Nandlall accuses Gov’t of using executive power to undermine court ruling

March 24, 2016 | Filed Under News 

While they received some measure of relief in the High Court over land issues, Seafield, West Coast Berbice rice farmers may not be able to set their sight on redemption just yet. In addition to being embroiled in a new legal battle which challenges the ruling that would allow access to lease lands seized by […]

Badree happy to fill the Narine void

March 24, 2016 | Filed Under Sports 

ESPNcricinfo – Samuel Badree has already seen the best and worst of himself in West Indies’ first two matches in the World T20. In Mumbai, against England, he had the third-most expensive figures in his T20I career. In Bangalore, on Sunday, he silenced Sri Lanka with a three-wicket haul to record his second-best bowling figures […]

RCC urges business sector to embrace critical role of safeguarding children

March 24, 2016 | Filed Under News 

While Government has the responsibility to encourage the business sector to be viable partners in the empowerment and protection of Guyana’s children, the business sector should also embrace the critical role of safeguarding these very children. This assertion has been vocalised by Chairperson of the Rights of the Child Commission (RCC), Ms. Aleema Nasir. She […]

50th Anniversary Softball cricket… Eccles beat Payless, Party Rentals at DCC

March 24, 2016 | Filed Under Sports 

East Bank Demerara side Eccles Combined beat Payless, Star Party Rentals by nine wickets in a feature softball cricket match as part of Guyana’s 50th Anniversary year yesterday at the DCC ground. Payless, Star Party Rentals won the toss and elected to bat in sweltering heat and reached 59-2 from 5 overs before Eccles knocked […]

Cummings Lodge man stabbed with scissors during robbery

March 24, 2016 | Filed Under News 

– Suspect in custody A Cummings Lodge, East Coast Demerara (ECD) man was stabbed multiple times Tuesday night by a man, who tried to rob him in the village. Navindra Boodhoo, a Government Technical Institute (GTI) student, is hospitalized at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) nursing injuries. According to reports, Boodhoo was heading home […]

A Christianburg/ Wismar versus Chase Academic Foundation final could be magical

March 24, 2016 | Filed Under Sports 

By Rawle Welch With the Annual Digicel Nationwide Schools Football Competition fastly approaching, Chase Academic Foundation’s recent triumph as back to back champions of the Milo Under-20 Tournament has initiated hot debate as to who will be the last team standing in the country’s biggest junior football spectacle. Many believe that four-time champions Christianburg Wismar […]

RHT Bakewell U-17 ‘A’ starts 2016 BCB season with two victories

March 24, 2016 | Filed Under Sports 

– Kelvon Anderson and Kelvin Sinclair star The Rose Hall Town Bakewell ‘A’ Under-17 team have started the 2016 Berbice Cricket Board Under-17 season with two comprehensive victories in the Memorex Cricket Tournament. They easily defeated Tamarind Root of Hampshire by an innings and seventy one runs, while they got past their Rose Hall Town […]

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