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Sunday, March 26, 2017

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,...

From Nebraska to Guyana: A world of difference for Peace Corps volunteer

By Courtney Brummer-Clark / World-Herald staff writer Every day for the past year, Emily Garcia has grabbed a basket of laundry and walked a short...

Gov’t should convene special meeting to examine possible implications of Brexit – Jagdeo

Dire consequences could be looming ahead for Guyana if it does not take the necessary precautions to secure itself from possible repercussions of the...

Recent Articles

‘SPOILED MEAT SCANDAL’: Beware of sausages, meat products imported from Brazil

The Government Analyst-Food and Drug Department (GA-FDD) is in receipt of an official communication from Brazil’s Ministry of Agriculture via the Office of the...

GTT calls for audit into Digicel’s ‘illegal’ bypass with Suriname

Guyana Telephone Telegraph (GTT) has called for an independent audit into Digicel Guyana Inc unlicensed trans-border link between Guyana and Suriname that has been...

Leonora residents complain of financial hardships

…unburden sufferings to Opposition Leader Declining sales, piracy woes and a slowdown in the construction industry were among the issues raised by stall holders and...

DDL records $296M after-tax profit

– company preparing for oil production benefits The Demerara Distillers Limited (DDL) Group has raked in some $296 million taxed profits for the 2016...

Wife shot, husband beaten during Eccles home invasion

In the wee hours of Saturday morning, two gun-toting bandits invaded the home of newspaper distributor Sasenarine Ramsuchit at Lot 21 “CC” Eccles New...

Eteringbang Airstrip abruptly closes for 3 months

  ...leaves passengers stranded, miners, operators in a quandary Scores of persons were reportedly stranded, while miners and airline operators were left at their wits' end...

PPP says IMF’s report validates their economic position

... that the local economy is in trouble The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has released its Concluding Statement detailing its 2017 findings on Guyana's economic...

Kero lamp explosion leaves 1 dead, 1 injured

The explosion of a kerosene lamp at an East Coast Berbice home has left a father dead and one of his two sons in...

Protest action looms over ban on used tyres

...as GUTA says it will affect jobs, revenue, increase costs With government's April 1, deadline approaching for the ban of all used tyres, members...

AG denies making death threats to judge

...says contemplating suing media houses, Nandlall - Nandlall stands by his statement, welcomes Court action The Attorney General Basil Williams, SC, has rejected the allegations...