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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Delay in fuel shipment results in shortage at Gas Stations

iNews visited some Gas stations in the City today and was told that they are still experiencing a shortage of gas Retailer at Rubis’s Vlissengen...

Berbice Expo opens

“Raising our Standards, Enhancing our Competitiveness” is the theme for the ninth annual Berbice Expo which opened on Friday evening with one objective in...

Guyana touted as the answer, as Caribbean Food Import Bill spikes

(AP) - A Caribbean trade bloc released a report Saturday that warns the region's food import bill is increasing at a rate of 7...

China Set to Build Its Way Past U.S.

The Wall Street Journal - After decades of blistering construction, China could overtake the U.S. as the world’s wealthiest nation in terms of built...

Labour Ministry to inspect businesses for compliance of minimum wage

The Ministry of Labour is slated to inspect businesses for compliance to the new national minimum wage order. In an invited comment today, Labour Minister...

New restaurant to open doors to public on Thursday

Footsteps United Centre at Camp and Regent Streets today introduced the media to their new addition of Restaurant and Bar, which is located on...

Guyana, EU advance negotiations on Forest Law Enforcement Governance, Trade

Guyana’s National Technical Working Group (NTWG) has been involved in technical meetings and the second round of negotiations with representatives from the European Union...

GMSA seeks to refine negotiating skills of Company Executives

The Guyana Manufacturing and Service Association today hosted a seminar on how to clinch the best deals through win-win negotiations… Executives from 10 companies were...

Gold Hits One-Month High

Gold jumped more than $30 a troy ounce to hit a one-month high as investors in the precious metal continued to take heart from...

Guyana gets closer to producing manganese after 41 years; US$233M investment likely

Reunion Manganese is targeting a silica manganese product at its Matthews Ridge, Region One operation in its pursuit to develop market access, employment and...

Recent Articles

Berbice student assaults colleagues; Education Ministry launches probe

The Ministry of Education has launched an investigation into an incident where a male student attached to the New Amsterdam Technical Institute assaulted three...

Opposition files no-confidence appeal at CCJ

The Opposition, Peoples Progressive Party Civic (PPP/C) today filed its appeal in the no-confidence case at the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ). The matter, filed...

Miner charged for murder of cousin

A miner who allegedly murdered his cousin during an argument was on Tuesday remanded to prison when he appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan. David...

Teen miner remanded on murder charge

A teen miner was Tuesday remanded to prison for the murder of his friend, Herbert Willie on March 24, 2019. Emmanuel McCloud, 19, was not...

Linden house destroyed by fire; 8 homeless 

A fire of unknown origin today destroyed a house at Amelia's Ward, Mackenzie in Linden, Region Ten, leaving eight persons homeless. The house reportedly went...

Govt dual citizens will return to National Assembly – Chief Whip

Dual citizenship parliamentarians on the government side will return to the National Assembly despite court rulings that such persons are disqualified from sitting in...

Bravo and Watson come up trumps against Delhi

Chennai Super Kings 150 for 4 (Watson 44, Mishra 2-35) beat Delhi Capitals 147 for 6 (Dhawan 51, Bravo 3-33) by six wickets This encounter was billed as...

LETTER: The APNU/AFC’s selective acceptance of Appellate Court’s ruling is no surprise

Dear Editor, The masses in Guyana and abroad are still shocked beyond belief by the Appellate Court’s split decision to nullify the Chief Justice (ag)...

Guyana signs trade agreement with UK

Ambassador David Hales last Friday signed the CARIFORUM-United Kingdom Economic Partnership Agreement and a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on behalf of the Government of...

PAHO calls for hefty taxes on fatty, salty, sugary foods

Given that Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs) is one of the main causes of death among Guyanese, specialists at the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) believe...