CHEC Guyana denies it has been hired by Chinese miner
China Harbour Engineering Company Guyana Incorporated (CHEC Guyana) yesterday denied that it had been hired by Chinese gold miner Zijin Mining Group Co.
Barbados to remove Queen as head of state next year
Barbados has announced its intention to remove the Queen as its head of state and become a republic next year.
Todd insists Venezuela not on agenda for Pompeo’s visit
The Guyana Government yesterday dismissed concerns that United States Secretary of State Michael Pompeo’s visit here this week will entail discussions on
Trinidad: Private beach woman, Samantha gets legal advice
(Trinidad Express) Infamous “beach boaster” Samantha Ramischand has sought legal advice. The Express contacted Ramischand yesterday and a man answered,
US Secretary of State to visit Guyana this week
United States (US) Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is expected to pay a visit to Guyana this week, where he will meet with the President and other top officials in what will be one of the highest-profile visits the country has had in recent years.
Oil revenues will be protected from squander, political interference
The new PPP/C administration on Wednesday announced that it will immediately engage the oil & gas companies in better contract administration/
Human rights group approaches UN for forensic experts to probe West Berbice murders
The Guyana Human Rights Association (GHRA) yesterday said that it has approached the United Nations Resident Coordinator here with a view to having
Granger and Harmon must be held responsible for this unrest
Dear Editor, Two young Guyanese boys, Joel and Isaiah Henry, 19 and 16 years old, were murdered, brutally attacked by persons yet unknown, their bodies
We pray that justice for Isaiah and Joel will be quick
Dear Editor, I condemn the senseless and gruesome murder of two teenage boys - Isaiah Henry and Joel Henry, in West Coast Berbice. I believe that, “Human