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Guayana ChronicleGuayana
    • Lethem bids President hearty welcome
    • ‘Agri’ talk gives food for thought
    • Former GRDB officials on $1M bail each
    • Dr Surujbally ready to help
    • Harmon: Teachers’ salary negotiations will take ‘a little longer’
    • A renewed sense of duty
    •  Nothing more than a bunch of rubber stumps
    • State must act in best interest of the child
    • iNews Guyana is not news you can trust
    • ‘Causing death’ driver on $250,000 bail
  • T&T PM admits flood response must improve
  • Critics urge WHO to reverse “wrong” choice of Mugabe as goodwill envoy
  • Lethem officially declared a town
  • AFC backs Granger on Gecom appointment
  • PPP to launch peaceful protests against unilateral appointment of Gecom chairman
  • Unilateral appointment of Gecom chairman ‘politically senseless’
  • Granger backpedals on gov’t ‘age policy’ with Gecom appointment
  • Court grants GBTI more time to produce documents for SOCU probe
  • Fiedtkou leads Guyana women to second win
  • Ex-GMC boss, engineer’s wife cleared of fraud charge
Carribean NewsGuayana
  • Hurricane Irma turns westward with 120-mph winds
  • US Coast Guard sets Port Condition Four for Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands
  • Public trust in justice further eroded with arrest of former Trinidad and Tobago attorney general
  • New senator, new education minister in Grenada cabinet reshuffle
  • US federal judge orders former president's extradition to Panama
  • Calypsonian Kelly 'won outright' in Grenada contest, says mentor
  • Antigua-Barbuda student selected as education grant recipient at UWI
  • EarthTalk: Was Hurricane Harvey caused by global warming?
  • Commentary: The View from Europe: Is Mexico about to deepen its regional relations?
  • Commentary: A proposed road map for the government in the Great North of Haiti
Guayana PressGuayana
  • Kidnapped Driver Released Alive By Prison Escapees, Covered In Mud With Strange Story
  • Camp Street Prison Escapees Might Still Have A Hostage, Kidnapped Driver Matthew Shivtahal
  • Bartica Massacre Detainee Is Alleged Mastermind Behind Prison Fire, Currently On The Run
  • Guyanese Fugitive Marcus Bisram Denied Bail By US Court
  • Prison Officers Shot and Held Hostage In Camp Street Prison Break and Fire, 16 Confirmed Dead – EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS!
  • Sookram Gets 2-6 Years For Hit-and-Run Killing of Guyanese in Queens, New York
  • Over 100 Guyanese Pastors Sign Letter To Donald Trump To Stop Promoting Gay Rights In The Caribbean
  • Guyanese Found Dead With Hands Tied Behind Back In Trinidad and Tobago
  • Businessman Explains In New Video Why He Destroyed Parking Meter Clamp With Sledgehammer , Is He Justified?
  • Guyana’s Oil Find Equivalent To US$200 Billion Thus Far Resulting US$250, 000 Per Citizen, Exxon Wants To Start Drill ASAP
Guayana TimesGuayana
  • Guyana exceeds regional poverty, crime average – IDB
  • Politicians unite in reverence for Diwali
  • “Smallie”, “Catty” appear in High Court on “Mango Man” murder charge
  • Golden Fleece mandir wins best Diwali float
  • Herstelling man brutalised by gunmen in carjacking
  • M&CC dismisses Corporal accused of sexual assault after video surfaces
  • Guyana will not meet 90% renewable energy target – Ramotar
  • Request made to have children placed in school – Minister
  • Out of the mouth…
  • Houston residents have less than 2 years to relocate
Guayana TimesGuayana
  • Don’t panic, we are actually working on it
  • Visa-free travel for Guyanese construction workers being examined for St. Marteen, other Irma hit islands
  • Bogus CSEC grades and fraudulent university degree claims are on the increase among local job seekers
  • Two life sentences and US$10 million fine being sought by US Prosecutors for Guyanese cash-jet pilot
  • Fraudulent resume information lands Guyanese pilot in more worries
  • Former policeman charged over alleged gun threat to neigbours
  • Student hospitalize after being beaten in her head by bicycle bandit
  • Two suspected robbery planners arrested by team of vigilant city policemen
  • ‘We fed up with GPL’ – Says Mibicuri residents whose lives are under threat from exposed wires
  • Wife poked her husband’s eyes because he had too many other women
Demerara WavesGuayana
  • Granger under fire for “political mistake” of unilaterally appointing GECOM Chairman
  • AFC will guard against electoral fraud; did not help select new GECOM Chairman but justifies swift appointment
  • Private Sector forecasts political, economic gloom after Granger’s unilateral appointment of GECOM Chairman
  • Guyana’s Air Traffic Controllers prepare for oil and gas sector… It’s World Air Traffic Controllers Day
  • Former Rice Board General Manager, Board Director on more fraud charges
  • Former New GMC General Manager, engineer’s wife walk free from fraud charges
  • Age not a stumbling block for new “apolitical” GECOM Chairman; Granger scoffs at Jagdeo’s non-cooperation vow
  • PPP embarks on non-cooperation with govt after Granger’s unilateral appointment of GECOM Chairman
  • President Granger set to appoint a GECOM Chairman outside of Opposition Leader’s list
  • Former Rice Board General Manager, and Director face 32 fraud charges
  • Waste-to-Resource exhibition highlights benefits of recycling
  • EMS training intensifies
  • Allsopp Point signage returns to Bartica
  • National Sports Commission hosts second Special School Athletic Sports
  • Over 1,000 stakeholders sensitised through FLGT funded projects
  • GMC launches Agro Processors catalogue
  • Increased participation in second special athletic meet
  • Rockstone Fish Festival 2017 aims to attract international patrons
  • Catherina’s Lust, Baker Street residents benefit from improved access roads
  • “We will put your interest first,” says Minister Harmon to sugar workers

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