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  1. Grace Mugabe returns to Zimbabwe after assault allegation in South Africa

    Grace Mugabe   HARARE,  (Reuters) – Zimbabwe’s first lady Grace Mugabe returned from South Africa early today, state media reported, after a 20-year-old model accused her of assault in an upmarket Johannesburg hotel room.
  2. Another win for Team Evolution’s DeNobrega

    Yesterday, in perfect conditions for racing at the National Park, Paul DeNobrega sprinted off with the spoils of the feature 35-lap event of the fifth Banks DIH’s Non-Alcoholic 11-race programme.
  3. Back Circle, Tigerbay, Future Stars, ESPN into semis

      Back Circle will battle Tigerbay, while Future Stars will oppose ESPN in the semifinal round, following quarter-final wins on Friday, in the 3rd Annual Xtra Beer ‘Ballers in the Summer’ Street Football Championship.
  4. Knightriders crush Warriors by seven wickets

    The Guyana Amazon Warriors’ horror run in this year’s edition of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) continued yesterday, as they crumbled to yet another defeat, this time falling by seven wickets to top of the table Trinbago Knightriders at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
  5. QC boy scores 25 CSEC passes

    Michael Bhopaul, 16, doesn’t know if he is this year’s best performer at    the Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC) Examinations, but with preliminary results showing that he has obtained passes in 25 subjects, he will be hard to top.
  6. Windies crushed by an innings and 209 runs

    BIRMINGHAM, England, CMC – West Indies suffered a humiliating innings and 209-run defeat in the historic day/night opening Test after losing 19 wickets in a devastating capitulation on Saturday’s third day at Edgbaston.
  7. Blenheim

    Blenheim, is the second village in the south of Leguan, between Enterprise and Endeavour, less than a mile from the stelling.
  8. Guyana’s Men and Women play in today’s finals

    Guyana’s Men’s and Women’s teams will have the opportunity to be crowned as Caribbean Champions when the NLA XXV Senior Caribbean Squash Championships conclude today in Kingstown, St.
  9. Lusignan prisoners turn over weapons, apologise after unrest

    Inmates at the Lusignan Prison turned over 33 improvised weapons yesterday morning to prison authorities, who say that they also apologised to the prison staff for the unrest at the facility on Friday night.
  10. Berbice lawyer arrested after alleged hit and run

    Well known Berbice attorney Chandra Sohan was arrested on Friday after he allegedly struck a pedestrian in a hit and run accident along the Williamsburg Public Road.
  11. Sex for women was better under socialism

    Alexandra Kollontai (1872-1952) was a leading Bolshevik and the earliest champion of women’s rights under the new Soviet government.
  12. Linden church leader stages march against homosexuality

    For a little more than an hour yesterday, the streets outside the Mackenzie Market rang with the voices of dozens of Linden residents who turned out to support a march against homosexuality.
  13. Jawalla storm victim identified as pregnant mother of two

    The woman killed during the violent storm in Jawalla, Region Seven on Friday, has been identified as a mother of two, who was seven months pregnant.
  14. Tom Kerridge’s Roast Potatoes

    Thomas “Tom” Kerridge is a well-known Michelin-starred British chef. His series on The Cooking Channel (US) is equally appealing and appetizing.
  15. Puerto Rico nips Guyana 6-5 in sudden death Guyana eliminated

    Guyana were eliminated from the CONCACAF Under-15 Boy’s Football Championship, losing to Puerto Rico 6-5, on sudden death penalty kicks in their playoff fixture, yesterday, at the IMG Academy, Florida, United States of America.
  16. Green tea and love handles

    In this week’s column, we will discuss the benefits of green tea and tips to get rid of love handles.
  17. Camp St escapees believed to still be in the country

    Seven weeks after they stormed out of the Camp Street Prison during a carefully planned escape, high profile prisoners Mark Royden Williams and Uree Varswyk are still on the loose and though little has been released about their possible whereabouts, law enforcement officials are adamant that they are still in Guyana.
  18. What poetry teaches

    I find it difficult to convince friends – or anyone – that poetry is worth reading.
  19. Think about our own dilemma

    It is sometimes the case, in this age of the extensive flooding of information on subjects of the day, that a particular item can be of such long standing and of frequent and vigorous treatment, that we lose sight of the original propulsion in the matter.
  20. Restoration task force planning relocation of homeless from streets -Singh

    The National Task Force Commission (NTFC) for the Rehabilitation, Restoration and Renewal of Guyana is planning to embark on an exercise later in the year to relocate the homeless, addicts and mentally ill from the streets, according to Chairman Major General (rtd) Joseph Singh.