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Thursday, January 23, 2020

Counterfeit flour discovered in Linden

  - National Milling Company (NAMILCO), has reported that it has found a shopkeeper in the mining town of Linden retailing counterfeit flour packaged...

Land Reclamation forum held for miners

  - The Ministry of Natural Resources & Environment today (July, 16) held its Land Reclamation project miners’ forum to educate and enlighten miners...

Police Force gives out over $12M in awards

- The Guyana Police Force paid out some $12.3 M in awards to 1,300 Officers, Inspectors and other ranks today (Wednesday, July 16),...

$7.2M spent to resurface UG access road

  - The main access road which leads to the University of Guyana entrance has been resurfaced. This project was completed on Monday, July...

New York/Guyana Mission conducts medical, educational outreach

  – The New York Guyana Medical and Humanitarian Mission (NYGM) conducted medical outreach programs at Mora Point and at Mortice, Mahaicony River during...

TravelSpan to fly home delayed passengers to Guyana tomorrow

  By Leroy Smith – Pilots were forced to turned back a Travelspan Guyana bound plane last evening to the John F. Kennedy International...

No special treatment for Bai Shan Lin – Commissioner Singh

  - Bai Shan Lin does not possess close to 1 million hectares of forestry lands and contrary to reports, Commissioner of Forests, James...

Persaud dubs draft National Biodiversity Strategy “Vision-less”

  By Kurt Campbell – Natural Resources and Environment Minister Robert Persaud believes that the draft version of Guyana’s Third National Biodiversity Strategy and Action...

GGMC to resolve BOSAI’s royalty dispute in 10 days – Chairman

 By Kurt Campbell – Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC), Clinton Williams says the Board will...

Region 2 farmers cannot secure market for over 75,000 lbs pumpkin

- A cash crop farmer of Aurora Village, Essequibo Coast has complained to President Donald Ramotar that he cannot secure market for his...

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

A businessman of D'Edward Village, West Bank Berbice (WBD) is living in fear after experiencing a third robbery in less than two months. Harry Lalsa,...

Nandlall concerned over 91,000 changes being made to RLE

Former Attorney General Anil Nandlall has expressed concerns over the 91,000 changes being made to the Revised List of Electors by the Guyana Elections...

US Congressional Delegation meets with Govt, Opposition & Private Sector

A United States congressional delegation today met with representatives of the Guyana Government, the main political opposition, and members of the private sector where...

$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...