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Sunday, December 5, 2021

Eritrean born Muslim scholar for Youman Nabi celebrations in Guyana

The Central Islamic Organization of Guyana (CIOG) has announced that it will be observing the upcoming Youman Nabi celebrations with a series of special...

Over half million touched down at CJIA in 2015

Commercial and Administrative Manager of the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) Corporation, Dursatty Doodnauth, has reported that 2015 was another successful year for the...

We shall not be moved! …Govt refuses to budge in sending Welch on leave...

The A Partnership for National Unity/ Alliance for Change (APNU/AFC) Coalition Government has refused to budge in its position regarding calls being made to...

Singer Natalie Cole dies

International news outlets are reporting that singer Natalie Cole, whose hit songs included the duet ‘Unforgettable’ with her father Nat 'King' Cole, has died...

24-year-old man is first murder victim of 2016

Guyana has recorded its first murder victim of 2016. The Guyana Police Force (GPF) in a press statement this morning reported at about 0010h....

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...

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Yes, there’s no PNC “Camp”; it’s now been converted into a bunker, as the bedraggled troops of Burnham – such as they are –...

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President Dr Irfaan Ali and a high-level team of Government officials today heard pitches for several developmental and infrastructural projects from a group of...

3 more males die from COVID; 50 new cases

The Ministry of Health has reported that three more persons who tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have died. This takes the total number...

$37.5M in ganja destroyed at Fort Nassau

Ranks of the Guyana Police Force's Regional Division Six on Friday conducted an eradication exercise along the Berbice River, in the vicinity of Fort...

Cop’s cellphone damage, breathalyzer equipment lost in bid to arrest drunk motorcyclist

A motorcyclist, who was allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol, was arrested but not before he had a scuffle with a police officer...

Motorcyclist hospitalised after colliding with tractor on Hague Access Road

A 23-year-old motorcyclist is now a patient of the Georgetown Public Hospital after he collided with a tractor on the Hague Back Access Road,...

VP of Ghana arrives for 3-day visit

See below for a statement on the visit of the Vice President of Ghana to Guyana"  His Excellency Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Vice President of the...

Human Services Ministry launches ‘Wish Upon a Star’ initiative 

'WISH Upon a Star' - an initiative conceptualised by Minister of Human Services and Social Security, Dr. Vindhya Persaud, to fulfill the dreams of...

Fyrish Well to be replaced as GWI surveys land

Approximately 10,000 persons from Albion to Number One Village, served by the Fryish well station, will soon see an improvement in their water service....

2 Reserve Officers are first females to compete paratroopers course

Two female Reserve Officers have etched themselves into the history of the Guyana Defence Force, following their successful completion of the Basic Paratrooper Course. Second...