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Georgetown, Guyana
Friday, August 7, 2020

Heavy rainfall causes flooding

As has become customary, several parts of the country, more so in the capital city, Georgetown is flooded due to the heavy rainfall, today...

New Pharmacy, Baby Store commissioned

A new Pharmacy and Baby store was opened today in Barr Street, Kitty. The two establishments were commissioned by Former Minister of Health Dr....

GCCI backs PSC position in support of Amaila Falls Project

The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) has endorsed the sentiments expressed by the Private Sector Commission (PSC) and is calling on all...

Master Plan for Zoological Park revealed

The Zoo Park master plan was finally unveiled last evening at the National Park. The plan was revealed by the Ministry of Natural...

PSC urge politicians to move forward with Amaila Falls Project

The Private Sector Commission is urging politicians to work together regardless of time to ensure the smooth passage of the required legislation before...

GCCI alarmed at spike in robberies

The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce & Industry (GCCI) have expressed its alarm at the number of robberies being perpetrated on city businesses and businesspersons. In...

Finance Minister concerned Amaila Falls Project will be threatened

Minister of Finance, Dr. Ashni Singh is concerned that the controversial Amaila Falls Project will be at threat, if it is not supported by...

Gov’t to proceed with airport expansion, US$20M already invested

Government intends to go ahead with the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) expansion project in light of the fact that the hefty sum of...

PSC calls on Gov’t to renegotiate contracts

The Private Sector Commission is calling on government to consider renegotiating its contracts that are affected by the implementation of the National Minimum...

Brazil takes important step on Lethem Road, Hydro Project

The governments of Guyana and Brazil have agreed to establish a joint commission on infrastructure development, which will see this this country benefiting from...

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Blanhum returns as Crime Chief

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