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Guyana’s  fight against corruption goes for real- UNODC Official

Guyana’s fight against corruption goes for real- UNODC Official

Georgetown : The UN Office on drugs and Crime is encouraged by the cooperation shown by the present Government of Guyana. According to the Regional Representative for the Regional Office… Read more »

Over  $100 M to clean key areas in Georgetown and surrounding communities

Over $100 M to clean key areas in Georgetown and surrounding communities

Georgetown : As The Government of Guyana continues with the “Clean –Up My Country” campaign, the Mayor and City Council of Georgetown has embarked on the cleaning and desilting of… Read more »

Government moves towards tackling NCDs

Government moves towards tackling NCDs

Georgetown : The government of Guyana through the Ministry of Health is moving towards strengthening the fight against Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs). This was a commitment made by the administration… Read more »

Guyana, Mexico’s mutual respect for democracy, human rights celebrated

Guyana, Mexico’s mutual respect for democracy, human rights celebrated

Georgetown: President David Granger and First Lady, Mrs. Sandra Granger last evening attended a reception in commemoration of the 205th anniversary of the independence of Mexico at the Marriott Hotel… Read more »

Small earthquake off Trinidad and Tobago

Small earthquake off Trinidad and Tobago

A 3.8 magnitude tremor was recorded off Trinidad and Tobago just before 1 a.m. today. The University of the West Indies Seismic Research Centre said the quake occurred at six… Read more »

Albouystown man shot in front of his home

Albouystown man shot in front of his home

Georgetown: At about 12:05 a.m today, Anton Johnson of Independence Boulevard, Albouystown, was in front of his home when shots were discharged at him. According to the pokice the shot… Read more »

Jamaican writer makes history

Jamaican writer makes history

A Jamaican writer has made history by becoming the first ever national of his country to ever be shortlisted for a top UK literary award. Here are five facts about… Read more »

Developing countries warned to brace for possible tremors as US tightens monetary policy

Developing countries warned to brace for possible tremors as US tightens monetary policy

Developing economies, like those in the Caribbean, should brace for possible financial market turbulence from the upcoming U.S. monetary policy tightening cycle, according to a new World Bank policy research… Read more »

Brian Lara tells Dominica more help coming from Trinidad

Brian Lara tells Dominica more help coming from Trinidad

Brian Lara, Special Envoy of new Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has told Dominicans they can expect more help from the twin-island republic as they recover from… Read more »

PPP says appointees on state media boards are political and shallows omn professionals

PPP says appointees on state media boards are political and shallows omn professionals

Georgetown : The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) SAYS THE recently-named state media boards are dominated by political appointees of the APNU+AFC, contrary to statements by Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo that… Read more »