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Letter: When your bullying actions are about to be curbed

Dear Editor, The APNU/AFC are bullies, that’s a sure fact, and this characteristic trademark trait of theirs was manifest at the last sitting of parliament....

EPA moves closer towards “real-time” monitoring of offshore activities

By: Amar Persaud Some two years after the country became an oil-producing nation, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has moved closer towards conducting “real-time”...

ExxonMobil to restore mangroves after removing them to install fibre optic cable

The National Agricultural Research and Extension Institute (NAREI) will be monitoring the removal and subsequent restoration of approximately 240m2 of mangroves and cordgrass at...

More talks this week on licensing of teachers- Manickchand

Minister of Education Priya Manickchand will meet this week with other education officials to further discuss the appraisal instruments for the licensing of teachers. The...

Rape accused remanded for shooting 17-Y-O victim

A Corentyne, Berbice rape accused was on Monday remanded on an attempted murder charge. Remanded was 40-year-old Ravello Tyndall, who was not required to plead...

Granger to step down as APNU Chairman

The much-anticipated meeting between former President David Granger and Alliance For Change (AFC) leader Khemraj Ramjattan, has finally taken place, with reports indicating that...

Cops have no authority to remove tint from vehicles but drivers can volunteer to...

Divisional Traffic Officer of Division 4A – (Georgetown), Deputy Superintendent Timothy Williams, during a recent programme hosted by the Guyana Police Force (GPF), weighed...

Eyewitness: Renewal…of Georgetown?

With all the initiatives by the First Lady and her husband’s administration to return some dignity to our capital city’s appearance, do you think...

Improved surgical healthcare as Human Organ and Tissue Transplant Bill passed

The Human Organ and Tissue Transplant Bill 2021 was passed in the National Assembly on Monday. The Bill provides the legal framework for the...

Govt continues search for auditors to examine ExxonMobil’s post-2017 expenses

Minister of Natural Resources Vickram Bharrat said the Guyana Government continues its search for auditors to examine ExxonMobil’s post-2017 (2018-2020) expenses. Minister Bharrat responded Monday...