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Friday, July 10, 2020

Govt has no plans as yet for ICT in nursery schools

At a media conference hosted at the Telecommunications’ Ministry on Monday, a representative who spoke on behalf of the subject Minister, Catherine Hughes admitted...

No legislation in place to protect online shoppers

Although the number of persons now rushing to the online markets have increased significantly in Guyana, the country is still dragging behind as it...

Exxon gifts UG $8M to replace lab equipment destroyed by fire

The University of Guyana (UG) Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Mathematics, Physics and  Statistics (MPS) has received  equipment purchased with a gift of...

Massy to train mechanics to convert cars to run on cooking gas

Come next year technicians across Guyana will be involved in training geared towards equipping them with the knowledge of converting cars which use gasoline...

STEMGuyana to launch “Reading & Robotics” program in 13 libraries

STEMGuyana and the Guyana National Library, in association with the Office of the First Lady, the Ministry Of The Presidency, Ministry Of Public Telecommunications...

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...

Recent Articles

WHO Chief blasts ‘lack of leadership’ and calls for global unity as coronavirus cases...

(CNN) The director-general of the World Health Organization has condemned a "lack of leadership" in fighting the coronavirus pandemic and made an emotional plea...

Basil Williams incites Lowenfield to violate the law – PPP

PRESS STATEMENT BASIL WILLIAMS INCITES LOWENFIELD TO VIOLATE THE LAW It is an established fact that Attorney General Basil Williams has not won a singular case...

Brathwaite’s 65 puts West Indies, 159-3, closer to England’s total in 1st Test

West Indies stayed in control of the first test against England on Friday by reaching lunch on Day 3 at 159-3 to trail by...

Eyewitness: The morning after

…the foot fell The last time there was an expected momentous court decision in this elections outrage that’s been fuelled by the judicial antics of...

Authorities urge persons to wear face masks properly

Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Karen Gordon-Boyle is pleading with Guyanese to wear their face masks properly. "We continue to witness the misuse of the...

Guyanese fear of becoming infected with COVID-19 has decreased – DCMO

A survey conducted by the Ministry of Public Health in collaboration with the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has found that Guyanese fears of...

142 Guyanese return on first repatriation flight from Canada

A total of 142 Guyanese returned home on Thursday via WestJet Airlines – the first repatriation flight for citizens who were stranded in Canada...

COVID-19 screening & testing unit set up at Aranka/Arangoy Landing

Persons living and working on the Aranka/Arangoy Landing, up the Cuyuni River in Region Seven, can now easily access COVID-19 screening and testing at...

GECOM Chair instructs CEO to present Elections Report by 2PM tomorrow

...says he must use recount figures  Chairperson of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Justice Claudette Singh has instructed Chief Elections Officer (CEO) Keith Lowenfield to...

CARICOM Chair calls for declaration of results “without further delay”

Chairman of the Caribbean Community, Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines Ralph Gonsalves has called for the declaration of elections results in...