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Cabinet green lights $565.6M School Feeding Programme

Cabinet green lights $565.6M School Feeding Programme

Georgetown: Cabinet gave its no objection to a $266.4M contract for the supply of fortified sweetened biscuits under the National School Feeding Programme, Cabinet Secretary Dr Roger Luncheon announced recently…. Read more »

Hugo Chavez Rehab Centre opened to serve the homeless

Hugo Chavez Rehab Centre opened to serve the homeless

Berbice: The Hugo Chavez Centre for Rehabilitation and re-integration of 180 indigent Guyanese is now ready to offer its services, according to Human Services and Social Security Minister Jennifer Webster…. Read more »

Sixth Observance of Caribbean Statistics Day underscored data revolution

Sixth Observance of Caribbean Statistics Day underscored data revolution

Georgetown: Statistics is a vital part of the development agenda but investment in statistics remains a challenge, this was noted yesterday as the Sixth Observance of Caribbean Statistics Day in… Read more »

$225M spent on continuous City cleanup

$225M spent on continuous City cleanup

Georgetown: Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Local Government, Collin Croal in giving an update to the media recently on the National cleanup project, said the Georgetown aspect, in terms… Read more »

Prime need for hemispheric cooperation on environment threats -Minister Rohee at 11th CDMA conference

Prime need for hemispheric cooperation on environment threats -Minister Rohee at 11th CDMA conference

Minister of Home Affairs, Clement Rohee reaffirmed Guyana’s support for any hemispheric-wide consensus for the strengthening of security and defence in the Americas.  The Minister along with Chief-of -Staff of… Read more »

First Caribbean death of 2014 Hurricane season  recorded

First Caribbean death of 2014 Hurricane season recorded

The first death in the Caribbean of the 2014 hurricane season was recorded in St. Maarten Tuesday as Hurricane Gonzalo, now a category three storm, continued its path towards Bermuda…. Read more »