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Saturday, May 25, 2019

Guyana Gov’t sues financial institutions totaling over $186M

  - Attorney General Anil Nandlall has filed three actions on behalf of the State claiming a total of $186,132,052 against Citizens Bank Guyana,...

Macorp launches D2 series hydraulic excavators

  - Prime Minister Samuel Hinds and Minister of Public Works, Robeson Benn were among persons present to witness Machinery Corporation of Guyana Limited’s...

Ramesh Persaud is new PSC Chairman

  – Former Financial Director of the Private Sector Commission (PSC) Ramesh Persaud has been appointed Chairman of the body. Persaud succeeds the late Ronald...

GCCI looks at Chaguanas business model to boost business in Guyana

- The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) wants to adopt the Chaguanas business model to attract and  boost business in the Guyana.   So...

Demerara Bank hopes to open two more Branches; Drive for Live Promotion Launched

  - Chief Executive Officer of Demerara Bank Limited Pravinchandra Dave on Saturday (May 03) announced that the Bank is eyeing the establishment two...

GT&T registers concerns with aspects of Telecoms Bill

- Chief Executive Officer of the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph (GT&T) Company, R.K Sharma reiterated that the entity is fully open and welcomes...

GT&T, UG ink $60M MoU

  - The University of Guyana (UG) will have $60 million to spend over a three year period with a yearly disbursement of $20M. The...

GRA set to rake in $135.3 billion in taxes for 2014

  - The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) has its sights set on collecting $135.3 billion in taxes for the 2014 fiscal period, Commissioner General...

New PAC Office commissioned; to also house Litter Wardens

By Kurt Campbell - A new Protected Areas Commission (PAC)  building is complete and ready for occupancy and was commissioned on Tuesday evening (April...

Book of Condolences opened for Ron Webster

– A book of condolences has been opened for the late Chairman of the Private Sector Commission (PSC), Ronald Webster at the PSC’s...

Recent Articles

President pardons 2 female prisoners

President David Granger on Friday pardoned two female prisoners in observance of Guyana’s 53rd Independence Anniversary. The women freed are Bibi Parjohn, 40, and 30-year-old...

Decomposed body of miner found in latrine

The decomposed body of a 25-year-old miner was on Wednesday found in a latrine in Tasawenie Backdam, North West District (NWD). It is believed that...

Carpenter arraigned for murder of reputed wife

Devenand Narine, a saw operator was earlier today arraigned for the brutal murder of his reputed wife, Farida Khayum who was stabbed at their...

Constable nabbed with several passports at his home under “open arrest”

The Police Constable who was earlier this month nabbed by law enforcement officials with several passports at his home is under “open arrest” but...

Takatu Landing fatal stabbing: Victim identified as Diamond, EBD resident

The police have confirmed that the miner who was stabbed to death at Takutu Landing, Puruni Road, Mazaruni River after he went in aid...

UG on lock down following bomb scare

The University of Guyana (UG) is currently on lock down due to a possible bomb scare. As a result, the gates to the tertiary...

Who will win the World Cup? The captains have their say

(Taken from ESPNCricinfo) Aaron Finch (Australia) It's a good question, I think, England have been in great form over the last couple of years and along...

$67M approved for preparatory works, consultancy services for EBD to ECD bypass road

The National Assembly on Thursday, approved $67M to start preparatory works and consultancy services for the new design of the East Bank to East...

Ambitious Hetmyer eyeing World Cup as breakout moment

SOUTHAMPTON, England (CMC) — Big-hitting left-hander Shimron Hetmyer hopes to use the World Cup to make an indelible mark on the international stage, but...

Theresa May quits: UK set for new PM by end of July

(Excerpts from BBC) Theresa May has said she will quit as Conservative leader on 7 June, paving the way for a contest to decide...