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Monthly Archives: October 2015

First Lady calls for early screening in the fight against breast cancer

First Lady calls for early screening in the fight against breast cancer

Georgetown: Breast cancer survivors, their families and supporters were lauded for their strength, fortitude and dedication by First Lady Mrs. Sandra Granger, today, as they turned out for the annual… Read more »

GTUC calls on coalition government to cease double standards

GTUC calls on coalition government to cease double standards

Georgetown: The Guyana Trades Union Congress (GTUC) has called on the coalition government to respect the rights of all workers, in all instances, and at all times. “The double standards… Read more »

Caribbean Medical Mission concludes annual outreach in Guyana

Caribbean Medical Mission concludes annual outreach in Guyana

Georgetown: Over the years, the Caribbean Medical Mission on its annual mission to Guyana has contributed tremendously to making the lives of the less fortunate more enjoyable. Recently, Guyanese and… Read more »

NYPD Officer Randolph Holder laid to rest in Guyana

NYPD Officer Randolph Holder laid to rest in Guyana

Georgetown: A military salute and grief-stricken relatives greeted a flag-draped coffin of slain hero NYPD Officer Randolph Holder as it arrived to the St. George's Cathedral Saturday morning. The Cathedral… Read more »

GDF adds 375 new troops as training concludes

GDF adds 375 new troops as training concludes

Georgetown: Some 375 new soldiers were promoted to the rank of Private in the Guyana Defence Force as simultaneously conducted Basic Recruit Courses concluded. On Friday, 283 of the soldiers… Read more »

Another school boat handed over to the children of the Pomeroon -President plugs education for development agenda

Another school boat handed over to the children of the Pomeroon -President plugs education for development agenda

Georgetown: Another boat was handed over to the children of the Pomeroon, Friday, as part of President David Granger’s 'Buses, Boats and Bicycles' or ‘three Bs’ programme aimed at ensuring… Read more »

European Union, British High Commission jointly participating Green Expo

European Union, British High Commission jointly participating Green Expo

Georgetown: The EU views the Expo as an excellent opportunity to showcase its efforts in raising awareness of climate change as an issue of global importance, and to highlight the… Read more »

Islamic Development Bank officials meet with President

Islamic Development Bank officials meet with President

Georgetown:  Guyana is looking to expand the list of international financial organisations with which it does business and the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) is vying to be the newest addition… Read more »

EU Launches Human Rights Film Festival

EU Launches Human Rights Film Festival

Georgetown: The European Union Delegation is hosting a Human Rights Film Festival from 30 October to 5 November 2015. The inaugural ceremony took place last evening at the Marriott Hotel and… Read more »

President calls for equity in education delivery across Guyana -At National Education Awards ceremony

President calls for equity in education delivery across Guyana -At National Education Awards ceremony

Georgetown: President David Granger, today, underscored the need for a reshaping of the education policies in this country in order to address the decline in the education system and reduce… Read more »