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Saturday, August 17, 2019

Climate Change could make hurricanes stronger and more frequent

By Bryan Walsh   Existing research suggests that hurricanes could become stronger but less frequent thanks to climate change. But a new study says both could...

Corruption getting worse – Transparency International

BBC - More than one in two people think corruption has worsened over the last two years, according to a public opinion survey by...

Egypt unrest: Brotherhood rejects Mansour poll decree

President Mohammed Morsi was ousted by the army last week after mass protests. The Tamarod movement, which organised the protests, has said it was...

Egypt unrest: Morsi supporters shot dead in Cairo

BBC - At least 40 people have been killed in a shooting incident in Cairo, amid ongoing unrest over the removal of Egypt's President...

Egypt’s President Mohammed Morsi ousted

Huffington Post – The Egyptian military has announced the removal of Mohammed Morsi as President, presenting a roadmap for reconciliation in the country. In a televised...

Nelson Mandela ‘critical but stable,’ says Zuma

Pretoria, South Africa (CNN) — The condition of South African anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela has improved overnight, President Jacob Zuma said today, as the eyes...

Kevin Rudd ousts Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard

Kevin Rudd has ousted Prime Minister Julia Gillard as leader of Australia's Labor Party. He won by 57 votes to 45, in a leadership ballot...

US Supreme Court overturns gay marriage provision

The US Supreme Court has struck down a law that defines marriage as between a man and a woman only, in a landmark ruling. The...

Up, up and away: Google to launch Wi-Fi balloon experiment

(CNN) -- Google is preparing to conquer a new dimension: the stratosphere. The Internet giant is releasing 30 high-tech balloons in a trial of technology...

Scientifical Research leads to Cancer Cure, Government says no.

Every news title/information is only for place-holding purposes and is not meant to be real, still it is not meant to provoke falsehood but...

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...