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UN chief appeals for global solidarity at General Assembly, warns COVID is ‘dress rehearsal’...

NEW YORK, USA – In his centerpiece address to the historic and unprecedented 75th session of the UN General Assembly, Secretary-General António Guterres on...

Death of Lusignan prisoners regrettable, but necessary – Minister Benn

Minister of Home Affairs Robeson Benn has noted that the death of two inmates at the Lusignan Prison on September 19 is regrettable but...

Contractors complain of delayed payments, discrimination during meeting with Education Minister

Education Minister Priya Manickchand, pursuant to a request, met with contractors who usually do or have done work for the Ministry. According to a press...

GNBS to intensify monitoring of electrical equipment at sale outlets

The Guyana National Bureau of Standards has announced that it will be intensifying the monitoring of electrical equipment and fittings offered for sale based...

Project Manager hired by APNU/AFC at US$6800 per month; salary funded by taxpayers –...

Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Gail Teixeira on Tuesday, clarified that a Project Manager who was hired by the previous Coalition Government is being paid...

Govt denies staging questions during Budget Estimates

Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance Gail Teixeira Monday denied that the government was putting up its own Members of Parliament (MPs) to ask...

“We were always behind” in loss to England – Taylor

West Indies Women’s captain, Stafanie Taylor believes a failure to adapt to the playing surface resulted in their downfall against England at Derby on...

LETTER: Undeniable fact that coalition woefully neglected agriculture sector

Dear Editor, The Agriculture Minister, the Honourable Zulfikar Mustapha’s words will reverberate in the minds of Guyanese for a long time to come when he...

First man to climb Everest 10 times dies at 72

(Reuters) Kathmandu, NepalAng Rita Sherpa, the first man to climb Mount Everest 10 times, died of a lengthy illness on Monday, his family said, an...

EYEWITNESS: Where’s the leader…

… of the PNC? Is it me, Dear Reader, or do you also have the feeling that Granger has once again gone into hibernation, just...