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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

WICB re-introduces day-night matches for first-class cricket

The WICB has decided to re-introduce day-night matches with the use of pink ball in their domestic first-class competition - the Regional 4-Day Tournament...

Women cricketers to travel in style for World Cup

Cricket officials have promised to give women cricketers equivalent travel rights to their male counterparts during the Women's World Cup in London next year. The...

‘We have shown that we can compete’ – Holder

Pakistan v West Indies, 2nd Test, Abu Dhabi Following their gritty fight in the second innings in Dubai, Jason Holder, the West Indies captain, has...

No new elections as T&T Appeal Court rules against UNC petition

(Trinidad Express) Thirteen  months later, and the result of the 2015 General Election is now official. The Peoples’ National Movement (PNM) won 23 seats...

Venezuela election delay sparks opposition anger

Venezuela's elections for state governorships have been postponed until next year, a move denounced by the opposition as unconstitutional. The polls had been expected in...

Argentine women to strike after fatal rape of teenager

(BBC) Thousands of women in Argentina are due to stop work in protest at the horrific rape and killing of a teenager. Lucia Perez, 16,...

‘Just wanted to bat out the day’ – Bravo

West Indies batsman Darren Bravo says he was less focused on playing for a win or a draw and more driven to stay at...

Bravo and Chase keep West Indies’ hopes alive

Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Nawaz helped Pakistan make a couple of early inroads into West Indies' batting line-up on day five, before Darren Bravo...

Barry Dataram handed over to local authorities

The Guyana Police Force (GPF) earlier today, Saturday, has confirmed that drug convict, Barry Dataram, has been handed over to them by their Surinamese...

Samuels fifty leads West Indies recovery

Starting the day with a cushion of over 500 runs, Pakistan took early steps to make themselves even more comfortable, with Yasir Shah removing...

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Pollard slams WICB for questioning his commitment

Allrounder Kieron Pollard has challenged the West Indies selectors' rationale for dropping him for the tri-series in Zimbabwe in November. Pollard said he was...

Police Detective takes stand in 2009 taxi driver murder trial

Following several voir dire trials (trial within a trial), Detective Corporal, Roland Beharry earlier today took the stand at the Georgetown High Court, as...

Barama concessions may be used as carbon sink or given out- Govt

Minister of Natural Resources Raphael Trotman told the Government Information Agency (GINA), that the government is exploring several ways to utilise the forest concessions...

Teen among two charged with murder of Mahaicony woman

The two accused in the brutal murder of a Mahaicony businesswoman appeared at the Sparendaam Magistrate’s Court earlier today, following the Director of Public...

Prince Harry expected in December- Quinn

British High Commissioner to Guyana Greg Quinn has confirmed the dates for Prince Harry’s visit to Guyana. Quinn in a statement said “I am happy...

Original owner of lost wedding band found half a world away

(St Lucia News Online) The mysterious lost wedding ring found at the bottom of the Caribbean sea off the coast of St. Lucia has...

New Bartica Town Clerk says ‘humbled and honoured’ to serve in town of her...

The town of Bartica has announced the appointment of Ms Phebe Wallerson who will serve in the capacity of Town Clerk of the Municipality. According...

New Amsterdam Prison Officer caught with cannabis

A female officer at the New Amsterdam Prison was on Sunday taken into custody after she was allegedly found with a quantity of cannabis...

Pakistan beat Windies by 133 runs, clinch series

(AFP) Leg-spinner Yasir Shah took six second-innings wickets in Pakistan's crushing 133-run second Test win over West Indies in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday as...

PI continues into Babita Sarjou’s murder

The Preliminary Inquiry into the murder of Babita Sarjou, whose body was found six years after she had gone missing, continued at the Georgetown...