• Court of Appeal upholds Justice Chang’s third term ruling in split decision

    7 hours ago

    The Guyana Court of Appeal this afternoon upheld the decision of former Chief Justice Ian Chang that the presidential term limit was not lawful as constitutional changes were not achieved via referendum. 0

  • Gov’t signs pact with IDB for US$40m loans

    The Guyana Government yesterday signed loan agreements worth US$40m with the Inter-American Development Bank. A press release from the Ministry of Finance follows: Guyana, on Tuesday February 21, 2017, signed four loan agreements with the Inter-American Development Bank to secure US$40 million in developmental resources to finance key initiatives within the Ministries of Legal Affairs, Agriculture, Business and Public Health. 0

  • UK expert to steer security reform

    During his 12-month stint at the Ministry of the Presidency, British security expert Lt Col. (Rtd) Russell Combe is expected to produce a plan to guide Guyana’s security reform, British High Commissioner Greg Quinn said yesterday. 0

  • Trio for trial over murder of Rubis accountant

    The Preliminary Inquiry (PI) into the murder charge against Linton Eastman, Clifton Gibson and Stancy Rodney, the men accused of killing Rubis accountant Jason Cort, came to an end yesterday with the trio being committed to stand trial for the crime. 0

  • City to hold extraordinary meeting on revised parking rates

    The Mayor and City Council of Georgetown will today hold an extraordinary meeting to facilitate councillors’ consideration of the revised rates for parking in Georgetown. 0

Golden Fleece

  Golden Fleece on the Essequibo Coast is situated 13 miles north of Supenaam and is home to approximately 700 persons.

Their band, costumes and route change

Maxi Williams `This year to get the concept to create my costume, I had to go back into the history of Mashramani and its origins.

  • Janica Sandy: The ‘ultimate’ make-up artist

          Make-up artist Janica Sandy’s work has been viral on Facebook and Instagram for quite some time. She has produced some jaw-dropping looks, which have people commenting and reposting to friends locally and abroad. 0

  • US$1.9M in loans disbursed under Small Business Bureau MSED project since 2014

    – more than 700 jobs created

    Three local lending agencies have disbursed a total of US$1.983 million in loans to 101 clients under the Medium and Small Enterprise Development (MSED) credit guarantee arrangement with the Small Business Bureau since the inception of the scheme in 2014, according to information made available to the Stabroek Business. 0

  • Barbados Gov’t eying Kensington Oval

    (Barbados Nation) The Barbados Government may soon compulsorily acquire Kensington Oval, known as the Mecca of West Indies cricket. The cash-strapped Freundel Stuart administration is reported to be interested in boosting its revenues through the full use of the Oval as a money-spinning multi-event facility beyond cricket.

  • Diplomatic noises on Guyana’s two most contentious borders

    Even at a time when the attention of Guyana’s coalition government is focused on energizing the country’s underperforming economy, the administration still cannot afford to allow its attention to wander from a foreign policy agenda that includes managing relations with two neighboring countries with which separate territorial controversies loom large.