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Sunday, March 24, 2019

STEMGuyana Signs Agreement To Bring International Youth Robot Competition To Guyana

On September 19, 2018, STEMGuyana signed an agreement with the International Youth Robot Association to be the pre-qualifying body responsible for organizing the annual...

‘Robotics and computer science are the future of education’- First Lady

First Lady, Mrs Sandra Granger, on Friday attended the closing ceremony of the Information Communication Technology (ICT) Training programme in Leonora, Essequibo Islands-West Demerara...

Smartphones can help sight and hearing impaired – ICT Roadshow workshop

People living with hearing and visual impairments participated in a workshop this morning on how Information and Communications Technology (ICT) can improve their quality...

First Lady urges youths to embrace technology at robotics exhibition

First Lady, Mrs Sandra Granger, on Saturday attended the Second Annual Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Robotics Exhibition hosted by STEM Guyana in...

Port Security to be tightened with US$8,000 ID card system

A Port Security Access Card (PSAC) system donated by the United States on Firday is expected to significantly tighten up security at ports in...

62 complete Linden STEM Robotics Workshop

First Lady, Mrs Sandra Granger, on Thursday, encouraged 62 graduates of the first Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Robotics Workshop to be held...

British funded solar lights installed at National Park

The Guyana Energy Agency (GEA) in collaboration with the British High Commission saw the installation of forty five (45) integrated stand-alone solar powered 80W...

India funded ICT Centre at UG in its final stage- High Commissioner

The India-funded US$1 million Centre of Excellence in Information Technology is expected to be in operation by the end of next month. This is according...

Taxpayers, companies can now file their tax returns online as GRA launches ‘eServices’

The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) says that taxpayers and companies can now file their tax returns online with the long awaited introduction of its...

Over 50 coaches to be certified for participation in National Robotics Tournament

A series of Certification programmes for technology ‘buffs’, youth leaders and teachers interested in starting technology clubs in communities will be conducted by STEM...

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PSC urges GECOM to continue election preparations

In light of the Appeal Court’s decision that 34 votes were needed to validly pass the no-confidence motion, the Private Sector Commission (PSC) is...

CCJ fixes case management hearing in challenge of GECOM Chairman’s appointment

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has set a date for a case management hearing in relation to the appeal filed to reverse the...

Chef in ‘hot water’ after police find illegal shotgun in mining camp

Police in ‘F’ Division (Interior Locations) have arrested a chef, who was the lone occupant at a mining camp where an illegal shotgun and...

President Granger’s 1st phase of medical treatment in Cuba successful – medical specialists

-no more chemo treatment, radiotherapy to commence in April  The first phase of President Granger’s medical treatment in the Republic of Cuba has been successfully...

Known felon, other arrested with illegal gun, ammo during high speed chase  

A high speed chase by ranks of the Guyana Police Force on Friday afternoon in the streets of Georgetown led to the arrest of...

Teen miner fatally stabbed by drunk employer

A teenager is now dead after he was allegedly murdered by his employer, who happened to be a close relative. Dead is 19-year-old Dave Boyal,...

ERC calls for prevailing calm among Guyanese

The current political situation in Guyana is not going unnoticed by the Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) and the entity is calling for the prevailing...

Charrandas Persaud files $30M lawsuit against Ramjattan

Former APNU/AFC Parliamentarian Charrandas Persaud has filed a $30 million lawsuit against Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan for libel committed after the passage of...

“Strange Mathematics” cannot change what is in Guyana’s Constitution – Jagdeo

The Constitution of Guyana is pellucid on what number of votes is needed for the passage of a no-confidence motion; it is a majority...

Sugar worker killed by Africanised bees

A Berbice sugar worker was on Thursday killed by a swarm of Africanised bees as he was clearing bushes. Dead is Rameshwar Poonoo, 31, of...