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Saturday, August 17, 2019

Guyanese, Brazilian arrested in connection with gun, ammo find

According to the police, two men – a Guyanese and a Brazilian – have been arrested in connection with the discovery of a .38...

Labour Ministry to inspect businesses for compliance of minimum wage

The Ministry of Labour is slated to inspect businesses for compliance to the new national minimum wage order. In an invited comment today, Labour Minister...

New restaurant to open doors to public on Thursday

Footsteps United Centre at Camp and Regent Streets today introduced the media to their new addition of Restaurant and Bar, which is located on...

Guyana, EU advance negotiations on Forest Law Enforcement Governance, Trade

Guyana’s National Technical Working Group (NTWG) has been involved in technical meetings and the second round of negotiations with representatives from the European Union...

Guyana gets closer to producing manganese after 41 years; US$233M investment likely

Reunion Manganese is targeting a silica manganese product at its Matthews Ridge, Region One operation in its pursuit to develop market access, employment and...

President justifies Cabinet maintaining ‘no objection’ to contracts

President Donald Ramotar has argued in favour of Cabinet maintaining its “no objection” role in the award of contracts, which opposition politicians want abolished...

Bagotstown man accused of choking, dragging mother from parked car

Thirty – seven - year old Errol DeFreitas of Bagotstown Georgetown appeared before Chief magistrate Priya Beharry charged with grievous bodily harm which he...

‘Ball in Granger’s Court to bring back Amaila Falls legislation’ – PPP

Speaking at the People's Progressive Party weekly press conference today, Executive Member, Irfaan Ali says the ball is now in the court of...

PPP outlines economic benefits of Amaila Falls Project

It has been estimated that electricity tariffs could be reduced by as much as 40 percent with Amaila Falls Hydro-electricity project. This is according to...

GPL to certify list of pensioners eligible for subsidy

The Guyana Power and Light is in the process of verifying a list of pensioners who are eligible to be granted a yearly...

Recent Articles

UK Govt denies Russian claim of military base construction in Guyana

Britain’s Defence Ministry on Friday denied the allegations that it was involved in a plot to overthrow the Venezuelan Government using a military base...

Bids received for upgrade of zoo

Guyana’s lone Zoological Park, located within the Botanical Gardens on Vlissengen Road, Georgetown, will soon be upgraded with bids in excess of $5 million...

Virgin Atlantic expresses interest in Guyana

United Kingdom-based Virgin Atlantic Airways is the newest airline to express interest in expanding its service to Georgetown, Guyana. This was revealed by Public Infrastructure...

Rape accused gets six weeks for assaulting minibus conductor     

Senior Magistrate Leron Daly on Friday sentenced 40-year-old Adrian Brandt to six weeks imprisonment after he admitted to assaulting a minibus conductor, causing him...

Trans Guyana Airways introduces new route to Europe

Trans Guyana Airways, in collaboration with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, has introduced a new route to the Amsterdam International Airport Schiphol in the Netherlands. The...

4 arrested, questioned for armed robberies

Four men are now being grilled by the police, for their alleged involvement in several armed robberies committed in various villages in Corentyne, Berbice. The...

US$1.6B land titling/demarcation project commences

The Amerindian Peoples Association (APA), along with its partners, the Indigenous Peoples Affairs Ministry, the National Toshaos’ Council (NTC) and the South Rupununi District...

Burnt 7-year-old opens eyes after first phase of treatment in Texas hospital

Seven-year-old Atiya Shaniya Persaud, who walked out of her burning Mon Repos, East Coast Demerara (ECD) home with third degrees burns over 97% of...

Civil society groups join calls for President, Cabinet to resign

…illegal Govt needs to respect the supreme law of Guyana — protestors A handful of persons representing two civil society groups picketed the Ministry of...

GCAA to get $1.2B headquarters at Providence

With the country’s aviation sector poised to undergo expansive development in the coming years, the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has begun preparing and...