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Deaths of Berbice siblings may not be dengue-related, samples sent to lab for diagnosis...

As investigations continue into the deaths of the Berbice siblings who died a day apart from each other, health officials have sent samples to...

Stabroek Market Wharf cleanup is 85% complete

Efforts to clear the rubble and debris from the collapsed Stabroek Market Wharf are swiftly underway, with approximately 85 per cent of the clearing...

Govt to appeal ruling on teachers’ strike – AG

The government will be moving to the Court of Appeal seeking to overturn the ruling handed down by Justice Sandil Kissoon at the Supreme...

Jurassic-themed promenade, boating activity, golf course, shops, boardwalk among plans for National Park

The Protected Areas Commission (PAC) has revealed a new zone plan for the enhancement of the National Park, which will see the introduction of...

Saharan Dust plume projected to pass over Guyana from Friday-Sunday – EPA

See full statement from the Environmental Protection Agency: The Environmental Protection Agency hereby issues an advisory on a forecasted Saharan Dust plume projected to be...

2 mining operations in Puruni flagged for unsafe conditions

Two operations in Puruni Mining District in Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni) were flagged by the Occupational Safety and Health Department of the Ministry of Labour...

Berbice siblings died from dengue complications – Dr Anthony

The Berbice brother and sister who died a day apart had complications associated with dengue fever, Health Minister Dr Frank Anthony has revealed. Speaking to...

Vreed-en-Hoop to G/town water taxi operation back to normal

See full statement from the Maritime Administration Department (MARAD): Waters taxis have received the green light to resume use of the Stabroek stelling for the...

President Ali receives UWI American Foundation Legacy Award

  President Dr Mohamed Irfaan Ali, championing a robust Caribbean identity, has urged the region to actively embrace and value its unique culture and abundance...

Govt/contractor dispute on GtE will not affect US EXIM Bank loan – Jagdeo

The ongoing dispute between the Guyana Government and its contractor for the model Gas-to-Energy (GtE) project, Lindsayca CH4 Guyana Inc. (LNDCH4), will not affect...