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Thursday, January 23, 2020

Contracts inked for cleaning major city canals, internal drains at Le Repentir

  - Minister of Local Government and Regional Development, Norman Whittaker who handed over the contracts to the contractors, explained that the works entail...

Sun & Sand 5-star Hotel, Casino enjoys similar incentives as Marriott

  - The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between investors and Go-Invest for the construction of a five-star hotel by a Dubai-based company at Liliendaal,...

Lands & Surveys to prosecute Squatters

  By Tracey Khan - Drakes - The Guyana Lands & Surveys Commission will be moving to prosecute illegal squatters and increase its demolition exercise...

‘​Police in Concert’ set for this Sunday at Theatre Guild

  By Leroy Smith - Members of the Guyana Police Force will put their best foot movements, voice, fingers and dramatic skills on show when...

Guyana’s Human Development Index value increases by 23.6%

  By Tracey Khan - Drakes - The Human Development Report 2014 was today launched by the United Nations Development Population (UNDP). The report seeks...

Rice harvesting starts on Essequibo Coast, bountiful harvest expected

  - Harvesting of paddy for the autumn crop has started on the Essequibo Coast. iNews understands a farmer has harvested the golden grains...

Cabinet approves $204.5M contract for new Zeeburg Secondary School

  - Cabinet gave its ‘no objections’ to eight contracts in the areas of education, local government and health and for the Guyana Elections...

Gov’t, Conservation International, GBTI sign $60M Agreement

- The Government of Guyana, in collaboration with the Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) and Conservation International today launched the GY$60M...

Copa Airlines announces two new destinations

  - Copa Airlines, subsidiary of Copa Holdings, SA, today announced accomplishments for the first half of 2014 and growth plans for the second...

More power outages for Bartica – GPL announces

– The Guyana Power and Light announced that there will be more power outages in Bartica, as the company continues to effect repairs...

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Berbice businessman living in fear after 3rd robbery in 2 months

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Nandlall concerned over 91,000 changes being made to RLE

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US Congressional Delegation meets with Govt, Opposition & Private Sector

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$219M for Republic Day celebrations 2020

As Guyanese gear up for the much anticipated celebrations to commemorate the country’s 50th Republic Day, the Ministry of Social Cohesion is eyeing a...

Parent, teacher charged over Winfer Gardens school attack

Another teacher and parent were on Wednesday morning charged at the Georgetown Magistrates' Courts in relation to a fight at the Winfer Gardens Primary...

68-Y-O shop owner attacked, robbed

A 68-year-old businessman was on Tuesday evening attacked and robbed by two armed bandits who stormed his shop while he was in the process...

4 nabbed with ganja in separate raids

Four persons have been arrested following the discovery of 4876 grams of marijuana, which were found during separate raids in Police Division Nine (Lethem). Based...

CANU, FIU sign MoU to tackle drug trafficking, money laundering

Guyana's Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU) and its Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to tackle issues such as drug...

Opposition concerned over Finance Minister meeting with Canadian company printing ballot papers

The Opposition – People’s Progressive Party/Civic – has raised concerns over a scheduled meeting between Finance Minister Winston Jordan and the Canadian company that...

GECOM Commissioners in Canada to oversee ballot printing

As the Guyana Elections Commissions continues to prepare for the March 2 polls, two Commissioners are currently in Canada to oversee the printing of...