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Tuesday, February 19, 2019

New Year’s resolution: President commits to building public trust and confidence

As across the Nation, Guyanese ushered in Guyana's Jubilee year, President David Granger, like many others, spent the time in prayer and reflection at...

Increased focus on promoting healthier lifestyles in 2016

Health authorities here in Guyana have made it clear that this year (2016), increased focus will be placed on addressing issues relating to Chronic...

Changes in ministerial responsibilities aimed at meeting national needs – Govt

President David Granger, after seven months in office, has said that he has had the opportunity to identify policy areas that need strengthened Ministerial...

Twelve organisations receive National Awards

To usher in the new year (2016) -the commencement of Guyana’s 50th Independence Anniversary-  the Government of Guyana has honoured twelve cultural and religious...

Teen accused of escaping with employer’s money

A teenager, who allegedly fled to Berbice with $400,000 of his employer’s money, was on Thursday charged for fraudulent conversion and placed on $100,000...

Fake visa appointment letter lands man in court

A computer technician was on Thursday released on $50,000 bail when he appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan for forging an appointment letter from...

GTUC not happy with the removal of Broomes from Labour portfolio

The Guyana Trades Union Congress (GTUC) has stated that the removal of Minister Simona Broomes from the Labour portfolio could not have been informed...

Govt lists priority items for 2016 …urges all citizens to rally together

The Government of Guyana in its end-of-the-year press statement has outlined several plans for the development of the country and promises that the new...

Guyana records over 3000 child abuse cases in 2015 …Govt promises more aggressive approach...

Government intends to take a more aggressive approach in 2016 to tackle child abuse and child exploitation. This is according to Social Protection Minister...

2015 a dismal year for sugar workers – GAWU

2015 would be indelible in the sugar workers’ memory as the year when, for the first time in thirty-one (31) years, they were not...

Recent Articles

1 charged for severe beating of Mabura man

Romel Vieira also called “Rasta man” was charged for the severe beating of Mabura resident, Cliff Williams which occurred on Friday last. The accused, who...

Parents picket N/A Training Centre

A few concerned parents staged a picketing exercise outside of the Vryman’s Ervin Training Centre in New Amsterdam, complaining that students are being constantly...

Lusignan vendors will return after completion of road works – NDC Chairman

Weeks after ordering vendors of the Lusignan Market to relocate to a section of the Annandale Market, Chairman of the Mon Repos/La Reconnaissance Neighborhood...

Minibus driver, conductor charged for assaulting peace officer

The duo seen on social media assaulting a traffic rank last week made their appearance at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court on Monday slapped with...

Bible college student slapped with rape charge; granted $200,000 bail

A student of the Bible College was, earlier today (Monday), ordered to make his appearance in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts after being arraigned on...

Deaf Association protests Public Security Ministry for drivers’ licenses

“The deaf should be given equal privileges as those who can hear and should not be discriminated against” was the message reiterated earlier today...

Windies Women trio make crucial gains in rankings

LONDON, United Kingdom (CMC) – West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor, along with the new-ball pair of Shakera Selman and Shamilia Connell, have made important...

Steven Ramphal cops Chutney Monarch title

The Anna Regina Community Centre Ground came to life on Sunday Night as hundreds flocked the venue to support their favorite artistes vying for...

3rd person arrested for failed execution attempt on Chinese National

Police in ‘B’ Division (Berbice) have arrested a third person in connection with the foiled execution attempt on a Chinese businessman at Skeldon, Berbice...

Antigua gov’t raises new concerns regarding Scotiabank sale

ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) — The Antigua and Barbuda government has raised new concerns regarding the sale of Scotiabank operations here amid reports that...