Daily Archives: April 20, 2018

GGMC staff walks off job, mercury levels high

GGMC staff walks off job, mercury levels high

Workers of the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) main office on Friday walked off the job. The frustrated workers down their tools in protest of high mercury level in…

Gold reserve not depleting- BOG

Gold reserve not depleting- BOG

The Bank of Guyana has noted that its gold reserves are not plummeting. Gold is sold and replaced based on the market opportunites, the BOG noted. The bank also noted…

SARA cannot investigate without formal complaint

SARA cannot investigate without formal complaint

Head of the State Asset Recovery Unit (SARU), Dr. Clive Thomas, on noted that the agency cannot initiate any investigations without a formal request in keeping with the SARA Act…

300 bank accounts were for transactional purposes- Jagdeo.

300 bank accounts were for transactional purposes- Jagdeo.

Opposition Leader, Bharrat Jagdeo, on Thursday noted that the PPP opened 300 bank accounts at the Central Bank for transactional purposes. Jagdeo at a press conference on Thursday, said that…

Eteringbang airstrip to be closed for 7 days.

Eteringbang airstrip to be closed for 7 days.

The Ministry of Public Infrastructure has announced that the Eteringbang airstrip will be closed for approximately seven days sometime during next week around the 22nd April, 2018. The Ministry noted…

PNCR supports cleansing list of electors

PNCR supports cleansing list of electors

With high suspicions from a wide cross section of the Guyanese population that the ruling APNU+AFC regime will rig the 2020 General and Regional Election, the People’s National…

Venezuelan Parliament Approves Trial Against Nicolás Maduro: What’s Next?

Venezuelan Parliament Approves Trial Against Nicolás Maduro: What’s Next?

( Venezuela Today) The Venezuelan National Assembly approved preliminary impeachment proceedings against Nicolás Maduro with 105 votes in favor (and 2 against), citing enough evidence linking him to acts of…

Op-ED: National unity is not an elusive goal – 65 years ago Cheddi proved it possible

Op-ED: National unity is not an elusive goal – 65 years ago Cheddi proved it possible

In 1950, the Waddinton Constitution Commission, appointed by Winston Churchill’s British Government, recommended universal adult suffrage elections for Guyana, following decades of rebellion, ongoing poverty, hopelessness and a…

Man who killed woman infront of children dies

Man who killed woman infront of children dies

The man who stabbed his reputed wife dead in Mahaica this morning died while receiving medical attention at a government hospital. Guyana Daily News was told that the 34 year…