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Govt invites ECD squatters to meeting to initiate land allocation process

  Persons who have been occupying lands south of the railway embankment, in the Vryheids Lust, Success, and Chateau Margot communities on the East Coast...

3 years jail for man who had sex with dead Covid-19 patient

A 50-year-old man was today sentenced to three years imprisonment after he pleaded guilty to having sex with a dead woman who had tested...

Cops fire tear gas, rubber bullets during confrontation with ECD squatters

Officials of the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) and the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL) today went to the village of Success, East...

Full Petroleum Production Licence for Payara

The Government of Guyana has released the full Petroleum Production Licence for ExxonMobil's Payara Project

ExxonMobil to proceed with Payara; production to begin in 2024

ExxonMobil has made its final investment decision to proceed with the Payara field offshore development in Guyana after receiving government approvals. Payara is the third...

2 more Covid-19 deaths recorded; total at 82

The Ministry of Health (MOH) regrettably informs that as of 17:00hrs on September 30, 2020, two other persons who tested positive for the novel...

NGSA top 10 students awarded

The students occupying the top 10 positions at this year’s National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) were awarded today (Wednesday) for their stellar performances at...

AFC to meet on Sunday to discuss fallout with APNU

The Alliance For Change (AFC) says it will be meeting on Sunday to discuss the way forward after yet another fallout with its coalition...

Guyana key “game-changer” in the region – petroleum expert

With oil production expected to tip one million barrels of oil per day in the coming years, Guyana; South America’s newest oil producer, is...

Man critical, another injured after shooting outside Essequibo Coast hotel

Reeaz Khan, 20, is now critical while his colleague, 25-year-old Cordell Grinds is said to be in a stable condition after a shooting incident...