PNCR’s top leaders return to previous posts; 19th Biennial Congress

PNCR’s top leaders return to previous posts; 19th Biennial Congress

The Peoples National Congress Reform (PNCR) today concluded its 19th Biennial Congress with the election of delegates to serve the party’s top position for the next two years.   A total of Four hundred and fifty-five (455) votes were cast which saw five spoiled votes, the party said in a statement.   While the position(…)

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‘Technical’ delay, rain, wet field: bizarre no-result

‘Technical’ delay, rain, wet field: bizarre no-result

International cricket has lost valuable time in strange circumstances in recent weeks – bright daylight but non-drying outfields in rainy months – but what happened in Lauderhill on Sunday might just be too bizarre for even cricket to come up with.   For 40 minutes at the start of the day, on another beautiful sunny(…)

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Guyana Police Force B’ Division awards ranks for outstanding work

Guyana Police Force B’ Division awards ranks for outstanding work

By Malisa Playter Harry   Despite the crime rate in Berbice showing what seems to be an ‘all-time-high’, the Guyana Police Force ‘B’ Division on Saturday presented awards to several ranks of the division for their outstanding work, thus far for 2016. Many of the ranks were awarded for their prompt and intelligent work despite(…)

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The Mighty Orinduik Falls: A natural wonder to behold

The Mighty Orinduik Falls: A natural wonder to behold

While many of the local waterfalls carry its own mesmerising beauty, the natural exquisiteness of the Orinduik Falls is certainly a wonder to behold.   Stretched out beautifully on the border of Guyana and Brazil, this falls lie on the Ireng River, which is an important highland tributary that thunders over naturally formed steps and(…)

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