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Manickchand blasts former Govt over unpreparedness of education sector amid Covid-19

Former Education Minister Nicolette Henry was on Wednesday scolded by her successor Priya Manickchand after the former government official raised concerns over the fact...

Education Ministry engages CXC on possible grade changes amid mounting concerns

Guyana's Ministry of Education announced today that it is is registering vehemently with the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC), its dissatisfaction with the apparent poor...

Major concerns over inconsistencies in 2020 CSEC/CAPE results

Stakeholders including students and educations have raised major concerns over inconsistencies with the 2020 results for the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) and the...

Eyewitness: Schooling…

…and running-on-the-spot It’s not just our elections’ results that were delayed. That other disaster that hit Guyana – the COVID-19 – only slightly less traumatic...

OPINION: Voting against funds for Amerindian development another display of APNU/AFC’s recklessness

The following is an opinion piece by Dr Leslie Ramsammy The present Amerindian leaders sitting as MPs and in other influential positions who support APNU+AFC...

China’s new richest person is a bottled water tycoon

(BBC) The richest person is China is a bottled water tycoon, knocking Alibaba founder Jack Ma from his mantle. Zhong Shanshan founded Nongfu Spring in...

Bandits invade Linden house; suspect hospitalised

Police are investigating a robbery under arms committed on a 48-year-old labourer and a 21-year-old man of Fair's Rust Extension, Mckenzie, Linden. The incident occurred...

Armed bandits terrorize, beat WBD family

Three armed bandits last evening invaded a house at Recht-Door-Zee, Parfaite Harmonie, West Bank Demerara (WBD) where they terrorized and attacked a 37-year-old mechanic...

Family upset after suspect granted bail for killing father of 2

Family members and friends of John Alexander Yhap, who was stabbed to death on September 14, took to the streets for a second day...

Nandlall’s law books trial deferred pending CCJ ruling

The trial of Attorney General and Legal Affairs Minister Anil Nandlall, who is accused of stealing 14 Commonwealth Law Reports from the State, has...