Investments are what we need …President tells Guyanese in UK during town hall meeting
PRESIDENT David Granger said that his overwhelmingly successful engagement over the past few days in London is a clear indication that there is renewed interest and investors’ confidence in Guyana. He noted that while there is still a lot more work to be done, the current mood of restored democracy in the country has made

Evidence against registrar grows
-HR manager, other staffers give incriminating statements to cops THE police have intensified their investigation into allegations of corruption by the Registrar of Deeds, Azeena Baksh, and top officers at the entity have provided statements showing how they were instructed to pay her gratuity contrary to her terms of employment and also evidence of her

Nandlall charged for stealing law books …released on self-bail amid drama
THE Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) on Thursday officially charged former Attorney General, Anil Nandlall with Larceny By Bailee in connection with a number of law books which he carried away from the Ministry of Legal Affairs, saying he was given them by former President, Donald Ramotar during his tenure in office. The case was

Energy Narrative awarded US$70M contract
— to study utilisation of natural gas for electricity generation ENERGY Narrative, an internationally recognised entity that provides strategic market analyses to industry and Government leaders across the Americas, will be conducting a study on the utilisation of natural gas for electricity generation here in Guyana at a cost of US$70, 000. Minister of State

Buzzing this weekend
THE Linden Town Week is winding down, and as the saying goes, you save the best for last, so things are going to be packed out this weekend as people rush to the Mining Town to take in the best of what the event has to offer! But anyway, if you’re not headed down south

Enrico Woolford appointed NCN chair
VETERAN broadcaster and Ministerial Advisor on Public Telecommunications, Enrico Woolford, has been appointed chairman of the new Board of Directors of the National Communications Network (NCN). Woolford will be backed by a group of experts in the field of communication, including the Director of the Government Information Agency, Beverly Alert; News Source Editor-in-Chief, Gordon Moseley;

Julius Caesar for Cliff Anderson’s
AS secondary school students continue to prepare for the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations, they’ll soon be in for a rare treat as Julius Caesar, one of the most plays from William Shakespeare, comes to life at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall next Wednesday at 10:00hrs. A production of Gems Theatre Productions in collaboration

Lisa Punch is unafraid –to be ‘Perfectly Imperfect’
THE emotions on Lisa Punch’s new EP, “Perfectly Imperfect” goes from heartbreak, to “totally in love”, to “straight up get up out my face before I catch a case”. And she does it all in just four songs. But whatever you think of the musical collection, what’s certain is that Punch is definitely stepping up

Teacher reportedly forces teens to perform sex act
POLICE in ‘B’ Division are investigating a report of sexual assault on two teenagers, ages 14 and 15. According to information, the minors last week were lured under the pretext of being taken for a drive, only to be forced to perform oral sex on a man who is said to be a teacher at

First Lady visits Step by Step Foundation
FIRST Lady Sandra Granger on Thursday paid a visit to the Step by Step Foundation’s school for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) located on the East Bank Public Road, Bagotstown, to get a first-hand look at its operations. Eighteen children from ages three to 14 are enrolled in the school. The first lady interacted warmly with