Portia plans exit - Simpson Miller stepping down as president of PNP
Portia Simpson Miller yesterday told her People's National Party (PNP) that she will step down as its president by the time her current mandate expires next September.But party insiders say that she could leave as early as March, after a leadership...
I was loyal to Portia, says Bunting
Peter Bunting, one of the aspirants for presidency of the People's National Party (PNP), has declared that there was no plan between himself and South East St Ann Member of Parliament Lisa Hanna to force out Portia Simpson Miller."Myself and Lisa...
Veteran entertainer Clarence Thompson passes away
Barbados has lost a veteran entertainer. Clarence Thompson has passed away. Thompson, the man with a silky voice, is best known for popular songs, including Eternal Love, Express Yourself and Lucy’s Door. He was a member of the Opels and the band – Organization.
Portia Simpson Miller to step down as PNP president
Source – Jamaica Gleaner- People’s National Party (PNP) president Portia Simpson Miller has announced that she will not be seeking re-election next September. She was addressing comrades at the Cedar Grove Academy in St Catherine a short while ago at the party’s National Executive Council meeting. Simpson Miller said a date will be announced for […]
President fetes over 300 West Berbice children
AS THE year winds down and Guyanese prepare to usher in 2017, President David Granger is urging citizens to hold strong to the value of fellowship, which is best exemplified at Christmas time. The President made these remarks Sunday at Onderneeming Village, West Coast Berbice, where he distributed Christmas gifts to over 300 children. He
–UNASUR Secretary General publishes Venezuela’s claims over Essequibo GUYANA has strongly objected to the publication of a proposal by the Government and Opposition of Venezuela — to claim rights over the Essequibo — being placed on the website of the Union of South American States (UNASUR) by Secretary-General of that body, Ernesto Samper. Published on
Prince Harry visits Joshua House
IT WAS all smiles between Prince Harry and the children of the Joshua House Children Centre when he paid a visit early Sunday morning. The Prince’s three-day tour of Guyana was also wrapped up on Sunday, and in the afternoon he departed Guyana through the Eugene F. Correia International Airport. Just before a stopover at State House