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Monday, March 27, 2017

Texila University plans to open specialty hospital in Guyana

Although the Guyana Government has scrapped its plans to establish a specialty hospital in Guyana, Texila University is currently conducting a feasibility study with...

REMOVED: Sand truck operators removed from EBD Highway

…complain of abrupt removal  Sand truck operators who traverse the East Bank Demerara Highway have been hit with a seemingly abrupt decision to prohibit them...

Discussions underway for construction of Region 10 Abattoir

Representatives of the Guyana Livestock Development Agency (GLDA) are expected to meet with officials of the Region 10 (Upper Demerara/Berbice) Health Committee to discuss...

UG partners with Jamaican publishing company to establish press

The University of Guyana (UG) and Ian Randle Publishers (IRP) of Jamaica signed an agreement last week to establish The University of Guyana Press...

AML/CFT committee could have prevented inter-agency conflict – Nandlall

- GRA vs SOCU To ensure cooperation between agencies, a task force committee on money laundering had been established in Guyana in 2013. Had its...

Family wants justice following fatal Phagwah night accident

A Better Hope, East Coast Demerara (ECD) family is pleading with the relevant authorities to ensure justice is meted out, following the loss of...

Skeldon factory was set up to keep sugar alive – Jagdeo

Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo met with a large gathering of Berbice sugar workers on Saturday, and made it pellucid that unlike the misinformation being...

Sugar would not be closed – PM Nagamootoo

Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo, speaking yesterday at the Commemorative Ceremony of the 104th Anniversary of the Rose Hall Sugar Estate Martyrs declared that the...

Updated road policy to address overloaded vehicles

The Ministry of Public Infrastructure will be updating the National Road Policy in a bid to address the issue of overloaded vehicles using the...

New appraisal instrument being developed to monitor teachers’ performance

The Ministry of Education is moving to develop a new evaluation mechanism to monitor teachers’ performance. Chief Education Officer (CEO) acting, Marcel Hutson said...

Recent Articles

LETTER: Anarchy rules

Do as I say; or else… Dear Editor, The shadow of the former PNC regime looms over Guyana’s judiciary, as it does over the entire country. Only...

D&I works to benefit Region Two farmers

Region Two farmers are set to benefit from the construction of a relief structure at Good Hope, Essequibo Coast. Region Two Regional Chairman, Devanand Ramdatt,...

Motorcyclist killed in hit-and-run accident, police hunting driver

Police are presently searching for the driver of motor car PNN7736 who fled an accident scene on the Skeldon Public Road, Berbice after allegedly...

Canada to legalise ganja by mid-2018

(AFP) — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals will introduce legislation in the coming weeks which would legalise the recreational use of marijuana in Canada...

Death of magistrate and AG’s ominous remarks to judge must be investigated – PPP

The Opposition People's Progressive Party (PPP) said it is "deeply concerned about the reckless utterances" and their implications made by Attorney General Basil Williams...

Pastor replaces Green as chair of new CH&PA Board of Directors

Pastor of the Albouystown Fellowship and leader of the Guyana Apostolic Team, Elsworth Quintel Williams, is the new Chairman of the Board of Directors...

Barama concessions to be distributed by April

The Ministry of Natural Resources is expected to begin distributing the forest concessions that were given up by Barama in April. Minister of Natural Resources,...

BREAKING: Fire erupts at Noble House Seafoods, fuel tanks destroyed

Fire fighters are vigorously working to contain a disastrous fire in the compound of Noble House Seafoods at Bagotstown, East Bank Demerara. Inews understands that...

Miners in Marudi told to get act together

Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotman will appoint a facilitator to help guide discussions among Romanex Guyana Exploration, miners and residents in the South...

West Indies must get familiar with Pakistan’s new faces, says Holder

Allrounder Jason Holder has put West Indies' loss in the first T20 against Pakistan largely down to the unfamiliarity factor, according to ESPNCricinfo. Shadab Khan,...