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Pres. Granger’s cancer in remission

President David Granger has returned to Guyana last night from Cuba having completed a scheduled medical evaluation at CIMEQ over the past few days. The...

Cancer survivors, patients and caregivers receive self-care vouchers

The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) in collaboration with partnering companies, has distributed 42 self-care vouchers to cancer survivors, cancer patients and caregivers...

Local authorities working to prevent swine flu outbreak in Guyana

With an outbreak of the swine flu disease in other parts of the world, local authorities are working to ensure the illness does not...

Granger to return to Cuba for health check-up

President David Granger will be returning to Havana, Cuba for a medical check-up on Saturday, October 19, 2019. He made this disclosure on the sidelines...

Over 40% adult Guyanese overweight/obese – FAO

Guyana and the rest of the Caribbean region have made immense progress in reducing absolute hunger; however, they are now being faced with another...

Glaucoma main issue detected during free eye tests at GPHC

Hundreds of persons showed up at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) on Thursday to benefit from free eye tests, an annual activity undertaken...

Guyana looks to improve on yellow fever defence

With a 95% vaccination coverage for yellow fever in Guyana annually, the need for intensified surveillance has been cited as crucial to capturing the...

GPHC to offer free eye tests tomorrow

The Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) will be offering a number of services to the public, free of cost, in observance of World Sight...

Substandard, falsified medicines continue to flood Guyanese market

Substandard drugs and other medicines not registered by authorities in Guyana continue to be sold to the populace, according to Government Analyst-Food and Drug...

1 dead, 2 critical after allegedly consuming poison

One person has been confirmed dead and two others critical after they reportedly consumed a poisonous substance on Tuesday. While details are sketchy, it has...

Recent Articles

Over 600 murders recorded in Guyana from 2015

A whopping 631 murders were recorded in the country between the year 2015 and the November, 2019, the Guyana Police Force (GPF) said. In 2015,...

Student, 6, beaten with broken glass bottle at school

Fawaz Asgar, 6, is now traumatised after a fellow schoolmate slashed his hand with a broken glass bottle, at the Mon Repos Primary School,...

Cricket West Indies appoints new team analyst

(CWI) Cricket West Indies (CWI) is pleased to announce the appointment of A.R. Srikkanth as the new West Indies Men’s Team Analyst, on a...

LETTER: Massive amount of work needed to rebuild and then grow Guyana’s economy in...

Dear Editor, The good news is that Guyana is not bankrupt; the bad news is that we are broke. Consistently spending more than we earn...

Jagdeo says will fight to ensure eligible voters are not disenfranchised

In light of the APNU/AFC objections to thousands of living people, claiming them to be dead, the Opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP) says it...

No date fixed by President to dissolve Parliament

– necessary mechanisms have to be in place for fair, credible elections – Harmon Despite having set March 2, 2020 as Election Day, President David...

Nine-year-old child genius to graduate university

(CNN) A child prodigy from Belgium is on course to gain a bachelor's degree at the tender age of 9. Laurent Simons is studying electrical...

Woman dies a month after being beaten by son

One month after being severely beaten by her son, a 77-year-old woman succumbed to her injuries. Dead is Jaganarin Lalta, also called “Bob”, of Lot...

Troy Resources operations remain closed

…losses estimated at US$5M and counting – exploring possibility of future underground mining venture Since closing down its mining and processing operations, Troy Resources has sustained...

Trini jailed for faking kidnapping files appeal

A Trinidadian man, who was found guilty and jailed by Magistrate Fabayo Azore in October for faking his own kidnapping in Guyana, has filed...