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Letter: Welcome Home President Ali

Dear Editor, Allow me to extend a hearty ‘Welcome home’ to President Irfaan Ali on his return from the 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference...

ICJ ruling puts Guyana in ‘good stead’ going forward – AG Nandlall

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Friday ordered Venezuela to refrain from taking any action on Guyana’s territory, a significant development that bolsters...

Agri Ministry threatens legal action over Opposition’s false claims of chicken smuggling

See full statement from the Ministry of Agriculture: The Minister and the Ministry of Agriculture refute in the strongest possible terms the malicious, false and...

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      Director of the Guyana Tourism Authority (GTA) - Mr Kamrul Baksh and the Senior Officer of Marketing - Mr Nickoli Primo, officially have welcomed...

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Site for new Orealla secondary school being identified

The construction site for a new secondary school in the Amerindian community of Orealla, Region Six, is currently being identified as the government pushes...

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Letter: Let the Essequibo referendum be a No-Confidence on President Maduro

Dear Editor, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro seems to be on a fishing expedition for popularity to garner support to win an agreed 2024 election via...

“Reset & reflect” on how climate challenges can be tackled inclusively – Pres. Ali...

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CARICOM expects Venezuela to uphold ICJ’s order

See full statement from the Caribbean Community  (CARICOM Secretariat, Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, Guyana - Friday, 1 December 2023) - The International Court of Justice has...