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Opposition MP to observe UK election

Opposition MP to observe UK election

  Opposition Member of Parliament and Chief Whip, Gail Teixeira will be part of an Election Assessment Mission of the United Kingdom General Election in June 2017. The mission is…

UG to offer degree in General Studies

UG to offer degree in General Studies

The Guyana Defence Force, in a major shift, for effective transformation for total national defence, is embarking on an initiative to significantly upgrade its training of Officer Cadets, through the…

Efforts intensify to aid Region Eight flood affected residents

Efforts intensify to aid Region Eight flood affected residents

GINA The Civil Defence Commission (CDC) and the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs have intensified efforts to assist flood affected residents in Region Eight. Retired Colonel and Director General of…

Acting Top Cop denies wrong doing.

Acting Top Cop denies wrong doing.

The Guyana Police Force is responding to two articles published in today’s Edition of local newspapers under the captions “Acting Top Cop halts gold dealer’s arrest” and “Acting…

Diocese of Guyana establishes commission to tackle social issues

Diocese of Guyana establishes commission to tackle social issues

  In celebrating the Anglican Communion day which will be observed on May 21, 2017 the Diocese of Guyana will be introducing the newly formed Human Rights and Social Justice…

Oil Refinery in Guyana will cost US $50B

Oil Refinery in Guyana will cost US $50B

According to oil expert, Pedro Hass of Hartee Partners who conducted the feasibility study on the oil refinery, it will cost Guyana some US $50B to set up a oil…

PAHO urges Caribbean countries to tax tobacco, alcohol

PAHO urges Caribbean countries to tax tobacco, alcohol

  The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) is urging Caribbean countries to implement taxes on alcohol, tobacco and sugar sweetened beverages saying that the taxes can help reduce consumption of…

Inactive Appellate tribunal revived after 20 years

Inactive Appellate tribunal revived after 20 years

The Public Service Appellate Tribunal had new life breathe into it today when President David Granger appointed new members to the body which has been inactive for more than 20…

Computers, internet for indigenous peopleNew

Computers, internet for indigenous peopleNew

  Guyana has joined the world in celebrating World Telecommunications Day today under the theme, ‘Big Data, Big Impact.’ The theme focuses on the power of big data for development…

Two female judges appointment to court of appeal.

Two female judges appointment to court of appeal.

Two more females judges were today appointed to the to sit on the bench of the court of appeal at the state house this morning by President David Granger. Justice…