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Newspaper executives charged

Newspaper executives charged

Bridgetown. Three senior employees of the Nation Publishing Company are now on bail on a charge related to the publication of the photo, which accompanied a Saturday Sun story headlined,… Read more »

Act now to secure green, clean future

Act now to secure green, clean future

Georgetown: A call to urgent action has been issued to the populace of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) to exercise responsible action now in order to ensure that future generations benefit… Read more »

LIAT explores opportunities at world travel market

LIAT explores opportunities at world travel market

LIAT – The Caribbean Airline is seeking to strengthen its position as a robust interline partner following talks with travel industry and airline partners at the World Travel Market industry… Read more »

Newspaper bosses being questioned by police

Newspaper bosses being questioned by police

Bridgetown. Chief Executive Officer of the Nation Publishing Company, Editor in Chief Roy Morris and News Editor Sanka Price are being questioned by police officers at the District A Police… Read more »

Guyanese must demand their constitutional rights -AFC

Guyanese must demand their constitutional rights -AFC

Georgetown : The Alliance For Change (AFC) is calling all Guyanese to take a stand and demand their Constitutional Rights. Among these are; the right to an Ombudsman, the right… Read more »

Traffic Police died in road accident-one officer survives

Traffic Police died in road accident-one officer survives

Essequibo : The police are investigating a fatal accident that occurred at about  on the Zeelugt Public Road, East Bank Essequibo, which resulted in the death of Police Constable  Saquiel… Read more »

Berbicians will now be able to sit CAPE examinations-$45M sixth form upgrade

Berbicians will now be able to sit CAPE examinations-$45M sixth form upgrade

Georgetown : Education Minister Priya Manickchand said Region Five (Mahaica Berbice) students now have the opportunity to sit the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) without having to leave the region…. Read more »

Government gives the green light for more than $716M in contracts –$506M for health sector

Government gives the green light for more than $716M in contracts –$506M for health sector

Georgetown : Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr. Roger Luncheon disclosed that Cabinet at its November 12 statutory meeting, offered its ‘no objection’ to four contracts, two of which include… Read more »

Finance Minister is in contempt of the National Assembly-APNU

Finance Minister is in contempt of the National Assembly-APNU

Georgetown : The Minister of Finance has tabled three financial papers that will be considered at the next sitting of the National Assembly on November 21, 2013.  Finance Paper Number… Read more »

Special Organised Crime Unit for December implementation- HPS

Special Organised Crime Unit for December implementation- HPS

Georgetown: Cabinet approved the creation and operationalisation of a Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) that will be dedicated to the investigation of suspected financial transactions suggestive of money laundering and… Read more »