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Another Covid-19 death takes toll to 333

The Ministry of Health (MOH) has announced that as of May 12, 2021, another person who tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has...

ExxonMobil now required to pay EPA for excess flaring

EPA Issues a Modified Environmental Permit to EEPGL for the Liza 1 Project The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) wishes to advise that the Environmental...

Former Chief of Protocol Vic Persaud dies

President Dr Irfaan Ali's statement on the passing of Vic Persaud It is with deep sadness that I have just received the news of the...

‘We’ll keep enforcing Covid-19 measures’ – Top Cop

Commissioner of Police (ag) Nigel Hoppie says members of the Guyana Police Force (GPF) will continue to educate the population all the while enforcing...

Covid-19 death toll climbs to 332

The Ministry of Health (MOH) has announced that as of May 12, 2021, another person who tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has...

“Labour for Electoral Reform” launched

Statement from the Labour for Electoral Reform  The five (5) month impasse following the March 02, 2020 National and Regional Elections remains vivid in the...

Skeldon Energy boosting output capacity to 30 megawatts

The Skeldon Energy Incorporated is set to improve its output capacity by 14 megawatts taking it to 30 megawatts with the installation of a...

Younger age groups now dying from Covid-19 – Dr Anthony

Data gathered in recent weeks show that more individuals from lower age groups are succumbing to the novel coronavirus disease. This is according to Health...

Deeds Registrar resumes duties after fraud conviction, sentence overturned by Appeal Court

Deeds Registrar Azeena Baksh, whose fraud conviction and sentence were set aside by the Guyana Court of Appeal last month, has resumed her duties. Confirming...

1 week later: Essequibo man dies after being lashed to head

One week after he was lashed to his head with a piece of wood, 24-year-old Kurt Stephany of Henrietta, Essequibo Coast has succumbed to...