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Friday, December 4, 2020

25 years later, and Sir Vijay Mohabeer shows no sign of slowing down

By Lakhram Bhagirat “I love this job although it is not what I wanted to do at first, I have grown to love it. I...

Teaching has evolved into a new sphere in my 18 years in the system...

By Lakhram Bhagirat Teaching is more than just imparting academic knowledge; it is about the holistic development of those in your charge and with the...

Sir Ron Ghanie – Moulding the minds of Bartica’s children for over two decades

By Lakhram Bhagirat As cliché as one would say it is, Ron Ryan Ghanie or Sir Ron, as he is known to many, never wanted...

Dr Shilindra Rajkumar improving Guyana’s plastic surgery capabilities one patient at a time

…while mentoring young doctors as part of a succession plan By Lakhram Bhagirat Guyana has a long way to go in relation to the development...

From Georgetown to Florida: Dr Moti Ramgopal shares journey of becoming a leading Infectious...

By Lakhram Bhagirat The world of infectious diseases is vast and though it may seem as though much of it is explored, that may be...

From being a school dropout to successfully building an agrobusiness – Jennifer Singh shares...

By Lakhram Bhagirat Just as she was about the complete the last lap of her secondary education, Jennifer Singh was forced to drop out of...

Farming wasn’t my first career choice, but now I love it – Naitram Nihal

By Lakhram Bhagirat Life has the uncanny ability to lead us down the path we need to go rather than the path we rather be...

Agriculture is all that I ever wanted to do – Natasha Forde

By Lakhram Bhagirat Agriculture is perhaps the most important sector in every country for the simple reason that it provides the necessary sustenance for the...

Guyana-born Artist Frank Bowling Awarded Knighthood in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Guyana-born artist, Frank Bowling OBE RA, has been given the honour of Knight Bachelor conferred upon him in the Birthday 2020 Honours List by...

Parika Back residents still not able to access potable water

By Lakhram Bhagirat The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that just over 700 million people are without access to potable water, making them more prone...

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Rehabilitative works begin at Kingston Seawall

First Lady Arya Ali has announced that rehabilitative works have commenced at the Kingston Seawall which is one of the areas targeted for major upgrade...

Int’l universities showing interest in Guyana – President

President Dr Irfaan Ali on Wednesday announced that universities from around the world have expressed an interest in his government’s 20,000 scholarship initiative he...

Small businesses urged to become registered to possibly benefit from tax exemptions

The Small Business Bureau Wednesday evening hosted a webinar for small and micro enterprises (SMEs) to examine solutions small business owners could use to...

Police Force announces new measures to ease traffic congestion on EBD

Press Statement from the Guyana Police Force Following a meeting with the General Manager of the Demerara Harbour Bridge, Mr. Rawlston Adams, Deputy Commissioner "Operations"...

Over $500M being invested to ease flooding during rainy season

The Ministry of Agriculture is placing greater importance on drainage and irrigation countrywide while other strategies are being implemented to lessen the effects of...

New batch of officers being trained to reduce corruption in prisons

A new batch of prison officers is currently being trained to be initiated into the Guyana Prison Service with the aim of ridding the...

Politician named after Adolf Hitler wins election in Namibia

(BBC) A Namibian politician named after Adolf Hitler says he has no plans for world domination after winning a sweeping victory in local elections. Adolf...

Chief Justice halts deportation of detained Haitians

Chief Justice (ag) Roxane George on Thursday evening issued a conservatory order halting the deportation of 26 Haitian nationals who, according to their lawyer...

Over $1B housing project for Region 3 in 2021

Over $1 billion will be injected into the Region Three housing sector come 2021, through an Inter-American Development Bank-funded project. Minister within the Ministry of...

Police Force gets $2M in bikes and accessories

The Ministry of Home Affairs today received two motorcycles worth approximately $1M each along with accessories to help police officers perform their duties. Minister, Robeson...