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Monday, March 30, 2020

Govt investigating alleged ‘trophy killing’ of jaguar

The recent killing of a jaguar, Guyana’s national animal, has gone viral on social media and has grabbed the attention of Government which has...

Region urged to prepare for ‘big’ quake

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — The head of the seismic Research centre (SRC) at the St Augustine campus of the University of the...

Eco Atlantic estimates 4 billion barrels of oil in Orinduik Block

Eco Atlantic, which is preparing to drill two wells in the Orinduik Block offshore Guyana, has estimated that there might be four billion barrels...

National Toshaos’ Council blasts Govt for broken promises

The National Toshaos' Council (NTC) conference of 2018 opened on Monday with Chairman Joel Fredericks putting government on blast for a number of unimplemented...

Storm hits Linden causing significant infrastructural damage

By Utamu Belle A severe lightning and thunder storm on Tuesday resulted in damage to several homes and public buildings in the Linden, Region 10...

Climate Change and Food Security Institute launched

at Critchlow Labour College  One of Guyana’s oldest training institutions, the Critchlow Labour College (CLC), has moved to establish the Guyana Climate Change and...

Authorities rescue stranded sea turtle at Kitty Seawall

A juvenile green sea turtle which was recently stranded at the Kitty Seawall has been rescued and returned to its natural habitat. The marine creature...

India’s 105-year-old mother of trees

(CNN) Being unable to have children is a heartbreaking situation for anyone who wants to conceive. But in rural India, infertility carries an added...

UG introduces refrigerant management course

The University of Guyana (UG) today launched a refrigerant management and equipment presentation course that teaches new and emerging technologies to replace chemicals that...

More rainfall expected over next 3 days

After being affected by floodwaters, the township of Mahdia in Region Eight (Potaro-Siparuni), found some relief as the water is slowly receding. On Saturday,...

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Prison authorities taking measures to keep coronavirus out prisons

The Guyana Prison Service is taking proactive measures to ensure the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is kept out of the country’s prisons. Director of Prisons Gladwin...

‘No fuel shortage’, says GuyOil

The Guyana Oil Company (GuyOil) has given all assurances that there is an adequate supply of fuel in the country to meet domestic demands...

‘Ultimate objective of any judicial system is to resolve disputes according to the law’...

The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) is of the view that the court has no jurisdiction to give legitimacy to what is “plainly illegitimate”, that...

India’s pandemic lockdown turns into a human tragedy

(Reprinted from BBC) When I spoke to him on the phone, he had just returned home to his village in the northern state of...

Audit Office had cited embattled company for expired HIV kits on numerous occasions

Caribbean Medical Supplies, the company currently embroiled in scandal for supplying Guyana’s Public Health Ministry with expired Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) testing kits, has,...

Who’s the greatest T20 cricketer?

A format that began in 2003 and revolutionised the sport. Leagues all over the world. Team managements and players challenging conventional cricketing thought. And...

Partial lockdown in New Amsterdam; Police to take action over failure to comply

In light of a suspected COVID-19 case in the town of New Amsterdam, Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne), the municipality on Sunday stated that non-essential...

Cops called in to ensure ‘Social Distancing’ compliance

As Guyana continues to confront the coronavirus pandemic, efforts are now being put in place to utilise ranks of the Police Force in order...

Guyana confirms 3 more COVID-19 cases; total now up to 8

Guyana has confirmed another three cases of the novel coronavirus, bring the total cases here to eight. This was announced by Public Health Minister, Volda...

PPP’s applicant in elections case commits suicide

Reaz Holladar, the man who had obtained an injunction blocking the declaration of a winner of the March 2 polls, has committed suicide. Holladar, 26,...