Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Guyana Guardian - One of the Greatest calypsonians of all time, Winston "The Mighty Shadow" Bailey has died in Trinidad this morning, after suffering from a debilitating stroke over the weekend.He died several hours after being admitted to the...
  Head of the University of the West Indies - Cave Hill Campus, Vice Chancellor Sir Hilary Beckles has described the operations of CAAM-HP unaccredited medical offshore universities in the Caribbean, as a disgrace and embarrassment to the higher education...
"When I Had no Food or Money, She Was There For Me"Hours after respected female Pastor Alisha Ali was murdered allegedly at the hands of a Guyanese senior Pastor in neighbouring Trinidad, members of her community who attended...
  Admitting that they are indeed interested in an international scam involving two offshore universities in Guyana, and one in Barbados, the United States Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) are now taking a closer look at the operators and operations...
  Guyana Guardian - In the wake of his disclosing that more than 10,000 students have failed to gain any subjects at this year’s CSEC Examinations, Registrar of the Caribbean Examinations Council, Mr. Glenroy Cumberbatch was quick to point out...
  A larger number of Guyanese students and their Caribbean counterparts has done much better at this year’s CSEC examinations when compared to last year.At a ceremony held in Grenada earlier today to reveal the collective results of this years CSEC,...
  (WATCH) - VIA THIS FACEBOOK LINK from MTV Grenada -. ThaNk you. The Guyana Guardian will be broadcasting a live feed of the 2018 CSEC Examinations Results announcement ceremony via its website, courtesy of MTV Grenada.We are also making...
  Guyanese students and all others from across the region who have written the CSEC exams this year will certainly get to know how well they did, within the next 24hrs or so from now.This is because the Caribbean Examinations...
  Guyana Guardian - Still recovering from Hurricane Maria, which had caused the loss of around 4,600 lives across the region just a few months ago, several Caribbean nations are once again bracing themselves and praying for the best, as...
  Georgetown, Guyana - Several of the more than 20,000 Guyanese who were expelled or forced to flee from Barbados when former Prime Minister David Thompson came to power in 2008 with a moratorium for them to leave the Island...
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