The University of Guyana (UG) once again lauded their student athletes during its 2019 sports awards ceremony at the institution’s Turkeyen Campus Friday evening.
Brass Aluminum and Cast Iron Foundry [BACIF], one of the sponsors of the Guyana Football Federation [GFF] year-end tournament, on Friday officially presented the federation with the Super 16 championship trophy.
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The Inaugural ‘592 Beer Inter-Village Football Festival’, which resumes today with quarterfinal action will officially conclude on January 1st 2020.
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-Trotman awaiting final reports before taking action
A complaint to President David Granger of mismanagement and corruption at the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC), in which top officials have been fingered, has sparked a probe and Minister of Natural Resources Raphael Trotman is awaiting the final report to inform further action on the claims.
Guyana’s Dorado Speed Swim Club produced another stunning effort on the penultimate day of the 2019 Amateur Swimming Association of Trinidad and Tobago Invitational Meet to significantly increase their medal haul.
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The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) at an extraordinary meeting on Friday decided to post for public scrutiny the names of the approximately 20,000 new registrants recorded during the aborted House to House Registration exercise (HtH).
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Changing the world and creating art are only two passions of artist and activist Anil Persaud, who is seeking to use his artistic talent to raise awareness about social issues and human rights.
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Exactly one year after he allegedly killed his teenage daughter and her cousin, New York-based Guyanese Abdool Zameer Zaman was found hanging in his prison cell on Friday evening.
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Fruta Conquerors continued their unbeaten run when the Always Women’s League continued yesterday at the National Training Center, Providence.
Two years ago, he travelled miles to surprise one of his two daughters for her birthday, but the conditions under which he found his daughters living broke his heart and with the permission of their mom, he moved them to the city in the hope of giving them a better life.
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Following a high level meeting yesterday, the Guyana Police Force has launched ‘Operation Safe Roads,’ which is to commence countrywide this morning.
The fourth Youth Enhancement 10/10 cricket tournament is set for today at the Number 56 Village Community Centre Ground, Corentyne, East Berbice with eight teams battling for honours.
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Ahead of the launch of his second collection today, fashion designer Carl Anthony Peterkin thinks that if he can “wow” at least one person, it will be worth it.
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Armed bandits last evening staged a robbery at the Chenick and Sons Supermarket, in Betsy Ground Village, East Canje, Berbice, where they severely beat the owner and discharged several shots during the attack, including one that resulted in a customer being grazed.
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Annai and Lodge Secondary scored lopsided opening wins when the second KFC Goodwill Under-18 Schools Football tournament commenced yesterday at the National Training Center, Providence with an exciting doubleheader.
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The Guyana Police Force is now mourning the death of one of its own after a Special Corporal died following a boating mishap in the Berbice River yesterday morning.
Khan defeats Tiwari, Nathoo beats Farley in fourth Gaico opening Round - -large number turns out for Inter-School tournament
Candidate Master Taffin Khan defeated Errol Tiwari as only six first-round open pairings unfolded on the opening day of the fourth Guyana Chess Federation-organised Gaico Construction-sponsored Grand Prix tournament yesterday.
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“Security guards work under terrible conditions and not just where you work, but also there is sometimes no paid leave… If you call in sick you are not paid.
Child beaten by classmates at Mon Repos school released from hospital - -still experiencing severe headaches, unable to see through damaged eye
Despite him being released from the Georgetown Public Hospital just over a week ago, eight-year-old Richard Boodram, who was brutally beaten by five of his classmates at the Mon Repos Primary last month, is still experiencing severe headaches and complains that he cannot see from his left eye, according to his mother, Devika Persaud.
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Nestled at the far end on the left bank of the Mahaica River, 28 miles from Georgetown and surrounded by rice fields, is the fairly large village of Cane Grove.