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Thursday, August 5, 2021

100 not out!!! Corentyne woman thanks God for life

A Corentyne woman has become Guyana’s latest centenarian. Sumitre Saju also called “Mai” of No 60 Village Corentyne, Berbice, celebrated the milestone on Saturday. As...

Grandmother seeks help to provide for twins after mother dies

Following the death of their mother in 2019, the grandmother of two girls (twins) who were left in her care, is now seeking assistance...

Felicia Collins believes Guyana needs more Marine and Environmental Biologists so she became one

By Lakhram Bhagirat Guyana – the land of many waters – is among the big players in the world when it comes to pristine forests...

From being retrenched to creating a business, Odela Joseph shares her Ojay’s Skincare journey

By Lakhram Bhagirat Challenges form part of our daily existence. Without a doubt, life is going to throw us challenges constantly but how we deal...

Dr Rei-launya Amsterdam’s Eden Clay changing the local beauty industry one product at a...

By Lakhram Bhagirat Eden Clay is a holistic personal care brand that aims at enriching one’s self-care routine. The handcrafted body care products are all-natural...

1 year later: GPHC reflects on dramatic changes in responding to Covid-19

By: Vahnu Manikchand As Guyana was grappling with the impasse of the March 2, 2020 elections, the country was thrown into an unprecedented situation after...

IWD: Evening News’ Editor Devina Samaroo shares her journalistic journey

By Lakhram Bhagirat Devina Samaroo is without a doubt a household name when it comes to news reporting. Whether it is in front of the...

IWD: Jemima Holmes expertly navigates a “man’s field” of sport reporting as Guyana Times’...

By Lakhram Bhagirat The world of sport journalism is, without a doubt, a heavily male-dominated field. It remains that way for many reasons but over...

IWD: As a mother and woman in the media, my main challenge is achieving...

By Lakhram Bhagirat Working in the media is chaotic to put it lightly. The thing about the media is that it thrives on the uncertainty...

IWD: My journey in becoming a journalist was an accident, but the decision grew...

By Rupa Seenaraine Being a science student at St Joseph High School; the idea was to continue in that field, for it was something I...

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Guyana seeks Islamic Development Bank funding for small hydropower plants

The Government of Guyana has applied to the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) for financial support for the Hinterland Electrification Programme, and intends to use...

Eyewitness: Dead end…

…on Caricom? A veteran European analyst, writing on the Caribbean in another newspaper, was pretty bleak about Caricom’s fortunes in the days ahead. In a...

2 more Covid deaths, 62 new cases

The Ministry of Health (MOH) has announced that two more persons who tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have died. This takes the...

UG launches “UG Cares” App to provide relief to flood-affected citizens

The University of Guyana (UG), in collaboration with Unity.GY has launched an App titled “UG Cares” which seeks to match the needs of flood-affected...

Motie aiming to make a name for himself representing GAW

Gudakesh Motie will now gear up for the Guyana Amazon Warriors (GAW) in the 2021 edition of the Hero CPL and according to the...

Over $577M in contracts signed for additional works at CJIA

Three contracts totalling over $577M were today signed by the Ministry of Public Works for additional works to be done at the Cheddi Jagan...

Process to acquire birth certificates made easier with amended law

The process to acquire a birth certificate has now been made easier with the passage of the Registration of Births and Deaths (Amendment) Bill...

Off duty cops can be terminated for breaching Covid curfew

Even though police officers are listed as essential workers who are allowed to operate beyond national curfew hours, off duty ranks can face severe...

Dr Cummings urges public to take vaccine during APNU+AFC protest against Covid-19 measures

Former Public Health Minister Dr Karen Cummings – during an APNU+AFC-organised protest against the recent Covid-19 measures announced by the Guyana Government – has...

Letter: Come on Mr Mayor, stop being so petty

Dear Editor, I listened today (Tuesday) with complete horror and distress to the most recent press conference hosted by the Mayor and a few Councillors...