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GTT reduces cost of Gold and Silver Internet plans

–  company continues to help bridge digital divide Effective January 1, 2017 GTT is offering significant reductions in the cost of the company’s residential...

Facebook bug ‘kills’ users in ‘terrible error’

(BBC) An unusual bug on Facebook briefly labelled many people as dead. The error on Friday caused the social network to show a memorial...

Major ‘Hackathon’ competition launched

A number of software developers, computer programmers, graphic designers and others on the creative side of ICT development will have a chance to put...

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...

Jamaican-born UK citizen detained in Trinidad after Caribbean Airlines mix-up

(Jamaica Observer) When Dudley Smith boarded his Caribbean Airlines flight to Barbados at the Norman Manley International Airport on August 26 he never dreamt...

Dominant Pakistan six wickets from 2-0

Declaring at lunch to give themselves five sessions to bowl West Indies out, Pakistan took emphatic strides towards an unassailable 2-0 lead, picking up...

Remembering Steve Jobs on the 5th anniversary of his death

(CNN) Bryson Gardner was in a meeting at Apple's headquarters on October 5, 2011, when he received a text from his wife: Steve Jobs...

Guyana’s eGovernment project picking up pace …100 institutions connected to network

The eGovernment Agency has completed the first phase of the Improving Digital Equity, Access and Learning (IDEAL) Programme, which has provided for 100 institutions...

President underlines need to connect every school through ICTs

President David Granger has emphasised the need to connect every school in the country through Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in order to transform...

President says will ensure all public places have Internet access

As a means of keeping up with the new age of technological advancement, the Guyana Government will ensure that all public places, particularly schools,...

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Food & Drug warns against misleading Vinegar labels

The Government analyst Food and Drug Department (GA-FDD) is informing consumers of the difference between purchasing Diluted Acetic Acid instead of the natural product...

T&T to close schools, offices ahead of storm

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (AP) — The Caribbean island of Trinidad & Tobago is closing public schools and government offices as heavy thunderstorms approach the region. The...

‘We’re being sidelined’, says WPA on removal of Dr Roopnaraine from Education Ministry

By Ramona Luthi Top leaders of the Working People’s Alliance (WPA) –one of the smaller parties which make up the Coalition Administration- is of the...

Several CAL flights cancelled over storm warning

(Trinidad Express) Caribbean Airlines (CAL) have cancelled a number of flights on Monday due to several Caribbean countries being placed under a tropical storm...

Labourer killed in suspected hit-and-run at Marudi Public Road

The lifeless body of a 27-year-old man was discovered lying in the middle of the Marudi Public Road on the Soesdyke/Linden highway earlier today...

EU says committed to ensuring ‘full and swift implementation’ of Paris Agreement

The EU and all its Member States will not only implement the Paris Agreement, but are building strong global alliances to make sure ...

Greenidge calls on Caribbean region to treat Cotonou Agreement with “urgency”

Guyana’s  Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge, has said that the Caribbean region needs to recognise the financial security the Cotonou Agreement affords the...

Baby born on plane gets free flights for life

(CNN) An Indian airline just gave a newborn child a birthday gift his parents will find it hard to top. Jet Airways said it will...

IPL and PSL owners snap up South Africa franchises

Two South African businessmen, two IPL franchises, two PSL franchises, and representatives from Hong Kong and Dubai were unveiled as the owners of the...

The Holy Month of Ramadan fosters appreciation of differences -President Granger tells gathering at...

President David Granger said that the Holy Month of Ramadan helps Guyanese to recognise that harmonious relations have been built across religions and cultures,...