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Health Ministry launches HEARTS Technical Packages at Lethem Hospital

In observance of World Heart Day 2022 under the theme “Use Heart for every Heart”, the Ministry of Health’s (MOH) Chronic Diseases Unit launched...

Taxpayers making payments to GRA with dishonoured cheques can be charged, blacklisted

See full statement from the Guyana Revenue Authority: The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) wishes to advise the general public that TAXPAYERS AND THEIR REPRESENTATIVES making...

Letter: Whatever happened to the setting up of poison control centres?

Dear Editor, The Caribbean Voice lauds Health Minister Dr Frank Anthony and the Ministry of Health for the various initiatives undertaken to address mental health...

Letter: Is the Coalition serious about national unity?

Dear Editor, Is the PNC, and by extension the Coalition, serious about national unity? The PNC in Opposition has always used one strategy; and that...

1 homeless after fire destroys Linden house

A house that was situated on a government reserve at Wismar Housing Scheme, Linden is now destroyed following a fire that was ignited by...

Govt to address shortage of Judges when Parliament reconvenes

With the Judiciary long decrying the shortage of Judges across the country, the Guyana Government is looking to address this issue as soon as...

Bascom’s charges: DPP asks presiding magistrate to recuse herself from case

Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Shalimar Ali-Hack has requested that Magistrate Leron Daly be removed from presiding over Police Sergeant Dion Bascom’s court case...

Govt seeking contractors to finance, build Young Professional houses

The Government, through the Housing and Water Ministry’s Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA), is looking to engage private contractors or developers to finance...

Over 10,300 Grade Six pupils benefitting from breakfast programme

The National Breakfast Programme was formally launched in Georgetown at a simple ceremony hosted by the Education Ministry at the West Ruimveldt Primary School...

Bel Air Park businessman charged for conspiracy to commit a felony

Dorwain Bess, a 45-year-old businessman of Bel Air Park, Georgetown was today charged for conspiracy to commit a felony, contrary to Section 33 of...