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Traffic Chief warns operators against using private cars as taxis

Traffic Chief, Superintendent Dion Moore is calling on citizens to be cognisant of private cars operating as taxis for their own safety. The Department of...

Adult & child friendly introduction to Parliament booklets launched

...handed over to Parliament's library for public viewing Two booklets -one for adults and an illustrated version for school aged students- along with their...

Social Cohesion Ministry working to strengthen capacity at community level – Dr Norton

Over the next six months the Ministry of Social Cohesion will be working to develop and strengthen the capacities of community leaders and other...

Lawrence announces new drug procurement process to take effect from Monday

Minister of Public Health, Volda Lawrence, has indicated that the revised drug procurement process will officially be implemented next week. Starting on Monday, June 26,...

Jamaica perfects art of developing sprinters

KINGSTON, Jamaica (AFP) — When Usain Bolt hangs up his running spikes after the World Championships in August, the athletics world will bid farewell...

West Indies bowl, Kuldeep debuts for India

West Indies asked India to bat on what Jeffrey Dujon described as a "tie-dye t-shirt", a surface difficult to predict. The patterns on the...

Two World Bank loans, totaling US$ 19.3M signed for Education Sector, National Payment System

The Education Sector is set to be boosted with the signing of a US$13.3M loan by the Minister of Finance, Winston Jordan and World...

GECOM Chair: President infers 2nd list had only 1 suitable person

...disagrees with suggestion of appointing foreign national to the post President David Granger has ruled out appointing a foreign national to the post of Chairman...

Guyanese no longer need visas to travel to Colombia- Min of Foreign Affairs

Guyanese no longer need visas to travel to Colombia, as the government of Guyana has concluded an agreement with the Spanish speaking country that...

Kuru Kururu man robbed at knifepoint by trio, prime suspect apprehended

A labourer, 20, of Kuru Kururu, Soesdyke/Linden Highway who ventured out of his community on Wednesday night to visit his child’s mother in the...

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10-year-old needs life-saving surgery, family seeking help

A mother of three is pleading with corporate and private Guyana to assist her in saving her 10-year-old daughter’s life by donating whatever financial...

China, U.S. agree on aim of ‘complete, irreversible’ Korean denuclearization

(Reuters) China and the United States agreed that efforts to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula should be "complete, verifiable and irreversible", Chinese state media said...

Berbice flooded by heavy rainfall

…Hope Canal saves Mahaica/Mahaicony farmers A deluge which started on Thursday afternoon and continued until Friday morning has left residential areas along the 85-mile length...

1,164 work permits issued in 2016- Felix

Minister of Citizenship, Winston Felix who has direct responsibilities for the Department of Citizenship within the Ministry of Presidency (MOTP) told the Department of...

Truckers lament deplorable interior roads, economic downturn

Reports of an economic downturn were personified by a group of truck operators who travelled from the interior to Georgetown on Friday to complain...

EYEWITNESS: Diversification…

…in agriculture Once again, your Eyewitness isn’t quite sure why so many persons have their drawers in a knot over the “policies” of the Government....

PME result suggests 8-year-old was strangled to death

The 8-year-old boy whose body was discovered in a shallow marsh in Sophia on Tuesday evening died from asphyxiation due to compression to the...

T&T man gets 20 years jail for sex acts on 15-yr-old daughter

(Trinidad Guardian) A Mayaro father regarded as a community stalwart will spend the next 20 years in jail for committing five sex acts on...

ICC backs World XI games in Lahore

Pakistan could host a World XI in Lahore for three T20s later this year, if all goes to plan. The ICC Board extended support...

Traffic Chief warns operators against using private cars as taxis

Traffic Chief, Superintendent Dion Moore is calling on citizens to be cognisant of private cars operating as taxis for their own safety. The Department of...