Daily Archives: July 17, 2017

Forecasters Watching Two Potential Storms in the Atlantic

Forecasters Watching Two Potential Storms in the Atlantic

Weather forecasters are monitoring two systems in the Atlantic, one of which has “medium” potential to become a tropical storm. The one which currently has the bigger chance of developing…

REGION 1 WILL BECOME A MEMBER ASSOCIATION IN THE COMING MONTHS  – Forde

REGION 1 WILL BECOME A MEMBER ASSOCIATION IN THE COMING MONTHS – Forde

The President of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF), Wayne Forde, announced on Sunday, 16th July that Region One will become a GFF’s Regional Member Association (RMA) in the coming…

Amerindians calling for gov’t to keep amnesty promises

Amerindians calling for gov’t to keep amnesty promises

People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Member of Parliament (MP), Allister Charlie has said that scores of Amerindians are left defenseless after handing in their guns during the amnesty period…

Meeting of the  Parliamentary Front against Hunger in Latin America and the Caribbean (PFH LAC)  with Members of Parliament of the Caribbean Community

Meeting of the Parliamentary Front against Hunger in Latin America and the Caribbean (PFH LAC) with Members of Parliament of the Caribbean Community

CARICOM leaders have recognized the urgency of addressing the issue of food and nutrition insecurity in the region and their commitment is manifested through several actions taken thus far.  On…

$14M unaccounted for at Indigenous Affairs Ministry

$14M unaccounted for at Indigenous Affairs Ministry

A number of transparency and accountability breaches were unearthed at this morning’s hearing of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the Parliament which is chaired by Peoples Progressive Party…

UG looks to STEAM to redress short comings in human capital

UG looks to STEAM to redress short comings in human capital

Later this month the University of Guyana(UG) will undertake a Science, Technology, Engineering Arts and Math (STEAM) project to redress shortcomings in these areas. “So it’s a journey…

Violent police raids on rise in Venezuela amid protests

Violent police raids on rise in Venezuela amid protests

Venezuela (Reuters) – Venezuelan security forces last week arrived at an apartment complex in a town outside Caracas following an opposition demonstration, shouting accusations that weapons were being stored inside…

1 critically injured in Kitty accident

1 critically injured in Kitty accident

A woman is said to be in critical condition at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation after she was involved in an accident this evening at David and Alexander St Kitty…