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Guyana’s first Credit Bureau to benefit consumers

Guyana’s first Credit Bureau to benefit consumers

Georgetown: Guyanese consumers will now have the opportunity to better charter their credit history and benefit significantly from their high credit scores as Credit Info (Guyana) Inc., a credit bureau… Read more »

Govt should restore Berbice River Ferry -AFC

Govt should restore Berbice River Ferry -AFC

Georgetown: The Alliance for Change (AFC) said that it regards the government’s almost 20 year old decision to remove the Berbice River Ferry as outrageous and irresponsible.   AFC member Trevor… Read more »

Study finds poverty reduces brain power

Study finds poverty reduces brain power

 Poverty and the all-consuming fretting that comes with it require so much mental energy that the poor have little brain power left to devote to other areas of life, according… Read more »

President’s College hosts its 28th Orientation Exercise

President’s College hosts its 28th Orientation Exercise

Georgetown: President’s College (PC) held its 28th orientation exercise to welcome the 2013 – 2014 batch of new students to the college. Students and parents from all walks of life… Read more »

US Deputy Chief of Mission pays courtesy call on Minister Persaud

US Deputy Chief of Mission pays courtesy call on Minister Persaud

Georgetown : Newly appointed US Deputy Chief of Mission, Mr. Bryan D. Hunt today paid a courtesy call on Natural Resources and the Environment Minister, Robert Persaud to discuss ongoing… Read more »

Albouystown man wanted for murder

Albouystown man wanted for murder

Georgetown : Muammar Jabbar is wanted by the police for questioning in relation to the murder of Tolasicy Marshall called ‘Talo’, which was committed on August 20, 2013, at James Street,… Read more »

Steps taken to address poultry price increase-Commerce Ministry

Steps taken to address poultry price increase-Commerce Ministry

Georgetown: Over the past year, Tourism, Industry and Commerce Minister, Irfaan Ali has pledged his support towards addressing any shortfall and unreasonable increase in pricing of poultry. In an effort… Read more »

TIP, security in mining community took center stage at social forum

TIP, security in mining community took center stage at social forum

Georgetown: Trafficking in Persons (TIP), security in mining communities and other related concerns were center stage at a Social Forum organised by the Mining Week 2013 Organising Committee to allow… Read more »

Solid waste management to tackle garbage with additional bins worth $37M

Solid waste management to tackle garbage with additional bins worth $37M

Georgetown : Cabinet had approved a $37M for the acquisition of 827 waste disposal bins to better effect solid waste management in 15 Neighbourhood Democratic Councils (NDCs) in Region Four… Read more »

LIAT plane develops problems in the air

LIAT plane develops problems in the air

Bridgetown. Officials at the troubled regional airline, LIAT, has denied media reports that smoke was seen coming from one of its aircraft after it t had developed a pressurization problem… Read more »