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300 Guyanese scholars return

Over the past three days, about 300 Cuban trained Guyanese have returned from the spanish speaking island  to serve their country. Over the last two...

Sunday’s Health Tip: The Decline in Male Fertility – Scientists Puzzle Over Declining Sperm...

Are today's young men less fertile than their fathers were? It's a controversy in the fertility field, with some experts raising the alarm over...

Consumers urged to desist from purchasing expired medical products

Only the consumers can bring an end to the sale of expired goods, particularly medical products. This is the view of the former Health Minister...

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....

Suriname, Guyana convene Bi – National meeting

The Ministry of Health today convened its first Bi - National meeting for collaboration on Health with Suriname. The meeting is aimed at discussing health...

US Embassy provides medical care to over 200 Linden residents

The U.S Embassy’s Humanitarian Assistance Program (HAP) team, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, the Wismar Mosque, and the Central Islamic Organization of...

Guyana records reduction in teenage pregnancies

Over the last two days, Caribbean nationals have been participating in the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (UN/ECLAC) and...

Top blood donors honoured

The National Blood Transfusion Service (NBTS) of the Ministry of Health yesteday hosted an appreciation ceremony at its East and Lamaha Streets location in...

Firefighters trained to become first aid responders

Seventy Five ranks of the Guyana Fire Service have been trained in First Aid and Traffic accident response by the French Guiana Fire and...

Police Force sensitised on Disability Act

A Sensitisation Seminar on the Disability Act 2010 organised by the Guyana Road Safety Association in collaboration with the National Commission on Disability (NCD)...

Recent Articles

4 more Covid deaths, 60 new cases recorded

The country has recorded four more fatalities from the novel coronavirus, taking the overall death toll to 430. The latest fatalities are a 39-year-old man...

Pfizer and Moderna unable to supply Covid vaccines to Guyana until 2022

The Guyana Government may not acquire Covid-19 vaccines from US-manufacturers Pfizer and Moderna until 2022, according to Health Minister Dr Frank Anthony. He made this...

UG to launch inaugural virtual career fair on Friday

Thousands of prospective students, both locally and internationally, hoping to secure a place at the University of Guyana (UG) to further their academic careers,...

Prompt response saves Better Hope house from total destruction by fire

Prompt response from public-spirited citizens and the Guyana Fire Service last evening resulted in a house at Better Hope, East Coast Demerara (ECD) being...

Pensioner appeals 60-year jail sentence for murdering brother-in-law

Sixty-five-year-old Les Charles Critchlow who was sentenced back in March to 60 years’ imprisonment for murdering his brother-in-law has moved to the Court of...

Taxi driver beats man after collecting money then refusing to take him home

A 26-year-old taxi driver has been arrested after he attacked a passenger shortly after he collected his money and refused to take him home. The...

Letter: GECOM must be decisive

Dear Editor, The reactions to the elections fiasco of 2020 and the role and approach of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) are under the highest...

Deadly WCB crash: Victims identified; woman and baby hospitalised

The three persons who were killed in this morning's accident at Fort Wellington, West Coast Berbice (WCB) have been identified as 23-year-old Carlos Edwards,...

Floodwaters still “excessively high” in Kwakwani – CDC

  The Civil Defence Commission (CDC) on Saturday posited that the floodwaters in Kwakwani, Region 10 is “excessively high” thus resulting in homes in the...

CAL to restart Georgetown to Miami flights on June 16

From June 16, Caribbean Airlines will restart commercial flights between Miami International Airport and Georgetown, Guyana in South America. To kick-start the re-launch, all customers...