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Guayana ChronicleGuayana
    • Pumps in operation
    • Best Advice
    • Armed bandits storm Turkeyen house, rob family
    • Gov’t steps up investment in hinterland education
    • Power company eyes big profits
    • Berbicians blame NDCs for floods
    • Georgetown withstands persistent rainfall
    • Allegations of non-consultation
    • Hold politicians accountable
    • I have not heard anything from NIS
stabroeknewsGuayana
  • Body of man with chest wound found in Sophia
  • Belle West woman dies after car hits Liliendaal Bridge
  • Car crushes man lying on Herstelling St
  • Oil truck explosion kills 146 people in Pakistan
  • SOCU actively seeking Brassington, Ashni Singh
  • Hoff Van Aurich
  • Lawrence questioned by PPC over $605M deal
  • LBI man drowns while fishing in trench
  • Patterson, Holder announce flood relief measures after visit to sodden East Coast
  • The current account balance, savings and foreign investment in Guyana
Carribean NewsGuayana

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Guayana PressGuayana
  • 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
  • No Bail For St. Kitts Based Guyanese Who committed First Robbery Of The Year
  • US Based Guyanese General of the D.C. National Guard Retires Amid Trump Suggesting He Will Be fired
  • Trinidadian Allegedly Claims His Dogs Got Stolen And Shipped To Guyana To Hunt Wild Meat
  • Guyana Loses Its Biggest Sugar Buyer, The End Of Guyana’s Sugar Industry Is Now
  • Venezuela Claims Guyana’s Oil Ambitions Are Illegal and Violates International Agreements
Guayana TimesGuayana
  • Jagdeo to meet Granger today
  • High-powered weapon recovered by cops
  • Boat on fire sinks in Cuyuni River
  • Capitol News cameraman arrested
  • Fire guts Princes Street house
  • Mixed fortunes for Kalekyezi
  • Harmon positive government will support Rugby
  • President’s College Girls, Adult Education continue winning ways
  • Grant-Stuart top field at Albert Rose Memorial
  • Complaint of restriction on Indian wear at Customs
Guayana TimesGuayana
  • US Embassy refuses to provide lawyers with requested information, as opposition MP’s added to No-fly List
  • List of internationally accredited offshore universities in the Caribbean
  • Gold miner killed after he refused to perform oral sex on male friend
  • Most Guyanese believe that the discovery of oil will not actually benefit the poor
  • Explosion at city gas station raises serious public safety concerns
  • Gay people are the best clothes designers in the world, says Jamaica’s Ninja Man
  • Motorists fed-up with the state of UG/ Turkeyen access road
  • Businessman suing Republic Bank for $10 million, after being prevented from accessing his account
  • Another oil expert confirms that Guyana cannot afford an oil refinery
  • Woman and children arrested after large quantity of Venezuelan-made explosives found in her apartment
Demerara WavesGuayana
  • Unidentified man shot dead in Sophia
  • Two dead, five hospitalised in separate road accidents
  • Gouveia did not participate in sale of Duke Lodge properties to Roraima Airways- company
  • Govt leaders failing to talk with sugar workers to counteract PPP; time for emergency national sugar conversation- Hinds
  • Heavy rainfall causes severe coastal flood; several canals clogged; new pumping stations being built
  • Booklets launched targeting adults and youths about Guyana’s parliamentary functions
  • “We have started down a very, very progressive path”- says National Toshaos Council Chairman on Lands Commission of Inquiry talks with President
  • Guyana finalising natural gas study for electricity generation
  • Granger rules out foreigner for GECOM Chairman
  • Guyanese youths get GYD$2.5 million support to participate in First Global Robotic Challenge
GinaGuayana
  • Technical and vocational skills are very important to oil and gas industry-Anthony Paul
  • Region Three Health sector gets much needed boost 
  • Relief underway for flood hit East Coast, Demerara (ECD) communities
  • Guyana’s ‘pragmatic’ local content policy
  • UG partners with Mexico for School of Entrepreneurship & Business Innovation
  • One day CME session for medical practitioners on MCH
  • “Good Life” more than just a slogan – Minister Jordan 
  • Crabwood Creek Online – a “Success Story”
  • West Coast Road Project is 70 per cent completed
  • Region Seven municipality to be boosted with new local government handbook

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