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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Deadlock between Gov’t, GT&T prevents BK from completing EBD Road

  - Road contractor, BK Internationals has once again lamented the financial strains his company is facing because of the deadlock between the Guyana...

US$5M Ball Mill arrives for Karouni ‘Gold’ Project

By Kurt Campbell - A US$5M Ball Mill has arrived in Guyana and was offloaded at the Omai wharf in Region 10 on Monday,...

Guyana to know population count/growth rate by the end of June

  – Finance Minister Dr. Ashni Singh has once again assured Guyanese that they can expect the results of the 2012 National Census by...

US$2M ‘Candy Factory’ officially opens in Eccles

  – Sueria Manufacturing Inc – a US$2M candy factory, was officially opened on Saturday evening (May 17) at Eccles Industrial Site, East Bank...

Bank of Guyana Governor laid to rest

- The Governor of the Bank of Guyana, Lawrence Williams was laid to rest on Saturday (May 17). Williams passed away on May...

Courts donates $2M to Guyana Festival

  - As the Ministry of Tourism prepares for the upcoming Guyana Festival, Courts Guyana donated $2M towards the initiative. The cheque was handed...

CDB to hold consultations with Co-operating Institutions, MSMEs in Guyana

- The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) will be hosting consultations with two key groups during its Annual Board of Governors’ meetings in Georgetown,...

Controversial Marriott Hotel Lights Up

  – The Marriott Hotel, which is still under construction, has installed its signature on the building in Kingston, Georgetown. Only on Thursday (May 15),...

CBSI Supports International Port Security Training seminar in Guyana

  - Representatives from the International Port Security Program, in conjunction with the Maritime Administration of Guyana, conducted a port security seminar on May...

Border Trade fuel allowed but restricted – GEA

  - The Guyana Energy Agency has allowed “border trade” along border areas to the west as long as the materials being brought into...

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