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Monthly Archives: August 2014

GECOM recruiting “reservoir” of personnels

GECOM recruiting “reservoir” of personnels

Georgetown: As part of its overall preparedness plan, the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM)has embarked on a recruitment process that will see the establishment of a “reservoir” of personnel who would… Read more »

Caricom kicks off Government procurement consultations

Caricom kicks off Government procurement consultations

Georgetown: The Caricom Secretariat has convened three regional consultations to discuss the findings of a major consultancy on Government procurement in the Caricom Single Market and Economy (CSME). The consultations… Read more »

Service Commissions appointments for confirmation soon

Service Commissions appointments for confirmation soon

Georgetown: President Donald Ramotar has announced that following consultations with Opposition Leader, David Granger, the members to the four Service Commissions are scheduled to be sworn in, in the new… Read more »

STARR Computers hosts technology, empowerment seminar for women

STARR Computers hosts technology, empowerment seminar for women

Georgetown: Entrepreneurial women of the St Cuthbert’s Mission craft centre and representatives of the ‘S-4 Foundation’ were Saturday treated to a technology seminar at STARR Computers Inc. at the company's… Read more »

GAWU awards Bursaries

GAWU awards Bursaries

GEORGETOWN: The Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU) awarded twenty-six (26) bursaries to workers’ children who sat the National Grade Six Examinations this year. This year’s event was conducted… Read more »

Russian Ambassador explains the Ukraine Crisis and development

Russian Ambassador explains the Ukraine Crisis and development

GEORGETOWN: At the invitation of the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Guyana (FITUG) – the nation’s majority trade union grouping – Russian Ambassador to Guyana, His Excellency Nikolay D…. Read more »

Opposition remains unmoved on AML Bill as targeted review looms

Opposition remains unmoved on AML Bill as targeted review looms

Georgetown: The Opposition members on the parliamentary committee to which the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (Amendment) Bill was referred are yet to respond to an invitation… Read more »

Foreign firm eyes mega manganese mining

Foreign firm eyes mega manganese mining

Georgetown: Natural Resources and Environment Minister Robert Persaud on Wednesday announced that an international mining firm is looking at large-scale magnesium mining here. Persaud, who was at the time speaking… Read more »

GGMC, Gold board Port Kaituma offices for November opening

GGMC, Gold board Port Kaituma offices for November opening

Port Kaituma, Guyana’s second highest gold declaring district, is set to have fully operational offices of the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) and the Guyana Gold Board by November…. Read more »

Natural Resources Ministry to provide $80M to GWI

Natural Resources Ministry to provide $80M to GWI

Georgetown: The Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment will provide $80 million towards the construction of a water treatment plant in Port Kaituma, Region One, in light of pollution… Read more »