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Monday, January 23, 2017

Earth-like planet discovered

Closest potentially habitable planet to our solar system found (CNN)  In a discovery that has been years in the making, researchers have confirmed the existence...

Scientists turn old plastic bottles into fuel

(CNN) Millions of tons of plastic garbage pollute our world. What if we could turn them into fuel instead? That's the ambitious plan of...

FAA orders ‘urgent’ engine fixes for Boeing 787 Dreamliners

(CNN) Describing it as an "urgent safety issue," the Federal Aviation Administration has ordered modifications on specific General Electric engines on some 787...

Cuba returns to the U.S. ‘wrongly shipped’ Hellfire missile

(BBC) - Cuba returned to the United States an inert Hellfire missile that had been wrongly shipped to Havana in June 2014. The missile, which...

Major shake-up at NCN – CEO, Human Resources, ICT, Engineering and Programming...

The newly appointed Board of the National Communications Network (NCN), this afternoon announced that “several positions including those of CEO, Human Resources, ICT, Engineering...

Facebook down for the second time in a week

- Facebook users are complaining that the website is down, just a week after the hugely popular social networking website experienced similar outages. Users...

E-Networks introduces new services

On Friday, E-Networks celebrated its 10th anniversary since entering the ICT industry, and during the anniversary observance at Georgetown Club, several new services were...

Now you can charge your mobile phone with urine, Scientists claim

Huffington Post - Scientists are claiming a world first in developing a way to charge mobile phones using human urine. The Bristol-based boffins have been...

Manickhand on electricity issue at schools: It is a Gov’t issue, contact the PM

Minister for Education, Priya Manickhand said that the electricity issue facing students at the Leguan and Wakenaan Secondary Schools is a government issue and...

Electricity woes pose challenge at Leguan Secondary School

Limited electricity supply on the Island of Leguan is preventing students at the secondary school from using their IT lab. Deputy Chairman of the Leguan...

Recent Articles

Police arrest 3 after raid unearths high-powered firearms, matching ammo

A Police raid on Sunday evening resulted in the arrest of three males after investigators unearthed two high-powered firearms along with matching ammunition at...

Drama in Tucville as horse thief evades arrest

A horse thief managed to evade arrest after Police gave chase in Tucville, Greater Georgetown, with a horse he had stolen some two weeks...

‘Leaning dangerously’

Motorists and pedestrians plying the Mandela Avenue area closer to the Plaza Bridge are doing so at the risk of a dangerously hanging GPL...

Govt attacks on Chancellor ‘unprecedented in its savagery’ – Ramkarran

…says blatant intimidation signals to judiciary “toe the line” The State-owned Guyana Chronicle has over the past few months been waging an obscene and libellous,...

Man killed after car slams into Soesdyke utility pole

A father of one was in the wee hours of Sunday killed after he reportedly lost control of his car and crashed into a...

Explosion at BM Enterprise kills CEO’s brother, leaves another injured

One man is now dead, and another injured following an explosion at the BM Enterprise ice plant in Houston, around 10:30hrs today. Inews understands that...

US Ambassador to Guyana remains on job- Embassy PRO

… not affected by President Trump’s envoy recall While newly elected Unites States President Donald Trump has announced a major shakeup in his country’s foreign...

The policemen who dressed as women to hide from IS

(BBC) When the so-called Islamic State group seized control of a town near Mosul and began killing police officers, some of them resorted to...

Bridge causes massive flooding on highway farms

… farmers call for Govt intervention A section of the flooded farmland on the Soesdyke/Linden Highway Several farmers in the vicinity of Splashmin’s Fun Park, Soesdyke/Linden...

Letter: They are either Ministers or students

Dear Editor, President David Granger is reported on in the State Media as saying “there is nothing corrupt about the granting of scholarships to ministers...