Guyana “coolie Bai” Now Becoming An International Singing Star
Kaieteur News

It was going on 9 pm; the 3000 plus crowd has been there about at least six hours,  waiting patiently for the star of the show, the headliner, the feature singer, Romeo Mystic, more known internationally as the...

School reopens tomorrow!!!
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The customary last minute rush was on this past weekend to grab up school supplies in time for the re-opening of schools tomorrow. And Guyana Stores Limited seemed to be the business of choice for many parents and...

Roger Gary’s designs make Chinese American Top Model Final Show
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US based Guyanese International designer Roger Gary continues to make Guyana proud on the fashion circuit. Recently he was invited by the Chief Fashion Stylist Lisa Crutchfield to be the swimwear designer for the Chinese...

Local porn site taken down following KN article
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A pornographic website, www.Guyanaporn.com, accused of publishing altered photographs (photo-shopped) of local underage girls and other women, has been taken down following an article published by this newspaper. The...

Depression in LGBT community must be considered in nat’l mental health response – SASOD
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As Guyana moves forward in tackling its suicide epidemic, depression facing members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community must be considered in the crafting of a national mental health response....

Justice Claudette Singh amongst new faces on State boards
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The Government of Guyana has introduced new faces to a number of State boards and agencies as it continues with its shakeup. Amongst the faces is Madam Justice Claudette Singh, who has been appointed the Chairman of the...

National Tender Board holds its first meeting
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– to address backlog The newly appointed National Procurement and Tender Administration Board (NPTAB) held its first meeting on Friday. The new members of the NPTAB as published in the August 13, 2015 edition of the...

93 graduate from Guyana/Cuban Medical Scholarship Programme
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Ninety three students who completed their stint in the Guyana/ Cuban Medical Scholarship Programme and who are likely to commence service within a short while participated in an official graduation ceremony. The event was...

US$6.2M environmental tax judgment … Guyana cannot re-examine decisions of the CCJ
Kaieteur News

– Bar Association, women lawyers In wake of calls for the government to reconsider its decision to make good on payment of damages awarded to a Surinamese beverage company, the mass of the country’s legal minds...

Dr. Maurice Odle is new NICIL Chairman
Kaieteur News

– Finance Minster declines to take post Finance Minister, Winston Jordan has declined to take up the appointment as the Chairman of NICIL. As a result, Dr. Maurice Odle, a respected economist, has been appointed as...

UG, Courts Guyana Inc. host annual ‘Reading is Fun’ programme
Kaieteur News

– Urge parents to engage in story telling, reading to their children Reading is pertinent to helping students improve their literacy and communication skills. Experts say reading to children at the early stages of...

Command changes at GDF Second Infantry Battalion
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Lieutenant Colonel (Lt Col)Terry Benn, was formally handed command of Base Camp Stephenson to Lt Col Ramkarran Doodnauth, on August 28. The formalisation of the new command occurred at the Change of Command Parade which...

Finance Minister disappointed with Jagdeo’s silence
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– says questions which came from others were of poor quality By Kiana Wilburg Finance Minister, Winston Jordan had his hopes set high on going head-to-head with Opposition Leader, Bharrat Jagdeo during the...

Govt. poised to begin review of “sweetheart” land deals made by PPP
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By Abena Rockcliffe The A Partnership for National Unity and Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC) government is set to review a number of “sweetheart deals” that have been entered into during the People’s...

Stalemate continues over New GPC, Hand-in-Hand controlled Berbice Bridge…Give us 20 years extension or increase the tolls
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– private investors tell new Govt. The current standoff between Government and the company that controls the US$40M Berbice River Bridge has taken a twist with the latter asking for its agreement to be extended...

GT Beer Futsal Tournament… Sophia and West Front Raod play to 5-5 thriller; Showstoppers, N/Ruimveldt, Albouystown also win
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It was billed as a battle of epic proportions and so it was when Sophia and West Front Road ‘Gold is Money’ clashed in the final game on Thursday night in the inaugural GT Beer Futsal Tournament, at the Cliff...

Cleaners R’US supports 12 parents in getting kids ready for school
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With the new school term being just a stone’s throw away, some parents are now doing their last minute shopping, and others are still scraping monies to even begin. Meanwhile for some luck has been striking or like...

Gender must be central in the formulation of policies – Sita Nagamootoo
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  By Desilon Daniels With the ultimate aim of developing a gender policy in Guyana, a two-day conference on women and gender concluded yesterday with Sita Nagamootoo emphasising that gender must be centrally positioned...

Properties confiscated by business persons
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– New Thriving, Japarts, BM Soat, Demerara Bank among companies targeted by City Hall   The Georgetown Mayor and City Council (M&CC) is making good the promise to do all in their power to reclaim properties...

PNCR touts renewed hope for Amerindian development
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…as Heritage Month approaches Heritage Month is mere days away, and while Guyana’s indigenous men and women prepare to celebrate the month under the theme “Preserving Indigenous Customs and...

Transformational Institute for Gender Studies launched
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By Desilon Daniels The University of Guyana yesterday launched its Institute for Gender Studies with the aim of educating Guyanese on the equality between men and women in the nation while fostering national development....

Guysuco COI consultants paid $16.9M per month
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Following demands made by People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Member of Parliament Dharamkumar Seeraj for a disclosure of how much the Commission of Inquiry (COI) into Guyana Sugar Corporation (Guysuco) is...

Three weeks after needle left in baby’s buttocks… It was a medical decision to leave it where it is
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 – Public Health Minister As relatives of the infant who had a needle left in his buttocks during a visit to the Fort Wellington Hospital early this month, continue to question the credibility of local health...

Minister’s guards prevented break-in at neighbour’s home
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A 61-year-old woman is thankful for her life and has expressed gratitude to two guards who prevented what she opined would have been a “major tragedy” from happening early yesterday. The guards, who did not...

Things Which The Government Should Do
Kaieteur News

The government has shown its experience. It takes more than an old head to get things right with a National Budget. Mistakes were to be expected. The government was replacing one that was in power for twenty-three years...

UN team arrives today to help resolve Guyana/Venezuela tensions
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  A United Nations (UN) Mission, dispatched by Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, is scheduled to arrive today to discuss options for peacefully resolving the Guyana/Venezuela land and sea territorial controversy. The...

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RECENT COMMENTS
DAAS co-founder passes on
Greta Clarke Smith: Great man, wonderful friend

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bernard george (guest): their address has changed ; is status any different; ie do they have a licence and are they operating

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Davis (guest): Is the the Jamaica Constubilary Force Infiltrated by Criminals??? Wives, Children, Girlfriends, Mother, do you know how your Police relatives come by the nice cars and house and money that you are...

Clarificaton, 4 April 2013
Barbara dougla-pond (guest): Further. Under no circumstances was Judy responsible for Loren calling her mother. She had nothing what so ever to do with that. Jurina would have never asked you to put that lying shit on the...

Methodist Training Centre Opened In Orange Hill, St. Ann Montego Bay
m.E Smith (guest): I am so happy about the opening of the Academic school of learning and developing of marketable skills. Orange Hill you have all waited more than donkey for this !! I would love to help out at the...

Guyanese man dies in vehicular accident in Fish Bay, Tortola
Jackie Ramperaud (guest): I think he was coming back from work

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Shanell Watkinon-Peterso (guest): I enjoyed reading this article. We in the Caribbean have much fruits an vegetables which we should be thankful for.

Anil Roberts for Sports Ministry
anil dewan (guest): 7074092286