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Monies available to pay severance, Gov. fudging figures

Monies available to pay severance, Gov. fudging figures

Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo noted that the Government could have afforded the $5 billion severance pay for retrenched sugar workers and not cut Ministerial budget or ask for supplementary funding…

PPP has strong support in all communities of Guyana- Jagdeo

PPP has strong support in all communities of Guyana- Jagdeo

  Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo said on Friday that the support for the PPP is strong in Region nine. He made this revelation during a press conference at his office…

AG holds talk with US Embasy on Hague Convention on the Protection of Children

AG holds talk with US Embasy on Hague Convention on the Protection of Children

Minister of Legal Affairs and Attorney General, Basil Williams, held talks yesterday January 18th with Consular Chief of the US Embassy Mr. Jerome Epping on Guyana becoming compliant with The…

SSRP revatalised after claims of treat to sovereignty by British Gov.

SSRP revatalised after claims of treat to sovereignty by British Gov.

President David Granger, yesterday, pledged his Administration’s commitment to addressing the root causes of crime and correcting the errors what he describes as over two decades of mismanagement of…

New Cyprus High Commissioner accredited   

New Cyprus High Commissioner accredited  

President David Granger, today, received Letters of Credence from Mr. Haralambos Kafkarides, accrediting him as Non-Resident High Commissioner of the Republic of Cyprus to Guyana. The new High Commissioner…

President calls for Qatar to examine ways of investing in Oil and Gas in Guyana

President calls for Qatar to examine ways of investing in Oil and Gas in Guyana

President David Granger, yesteray, invited the State of Qatar to examine ways of investing in the development of the emergent oil and gas sector. He made these remarks when he…

Vessel intercepted with illegal fuel

Vessel intercepted with illegal fuel

A joint operation by officials of the Guyana Energy Agency and the Guyana Police Force yesterday afternoon intercepted a vessel with a quantity of unmarked fuel at the mouth of…

City Constable granted bail for allegedly killing Fredricks

City Constable granted bail for allegedly killing Fredricks

Gregory Bascom of West Ruimveldt Gerogetown, the Lance Corporal who allegedly shot and killed Marlon Fredricks, a man who was said to be mentally challenged, was granted bail for manslaughter…

“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today”-Malcolm X.

“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today”-Malcolm X.

Thirty ranks from the Guyana Police Force today received Certificates after successfully completing studies in Guidance and Counseling. The Guyana Police Force in its continued efforts to empower its ranks…

The American Medical Institution is not registered with NAC

The American Medical Institution is not registered with NAC

The National Accreditation Council of Guyana (NAC) wishes to advise the public that the American Medical Institution is not registered with the NAC as is legally required for post-secondary…