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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Rupununi women excited to utilise training from ‘Success in Business’ workshop

Rupununi women excited to utilise training from ‘Success in Business’ workshop

Georgetown: Thirty-two Rupununi women are now much more business-savvy after completing a five-day ‘Self-Reliance and Success in Business Workshop’, held under the auspices of the Office of the First Lady, at the… Read more »

ASL pilots new Aeronautical Engineering School

ASL pilots new Aeronautical Engineering School

Georgetown: Employees of domestic air carrier Air Services Limited (ASL) were selected earlier this year to be the first batch of engineering students of the Aeronautical engineering school at the… Read more »

Guyana Foundation Continues Mental Health, Suicide Program

Guyana Foundation Continues Mental Health, Suicide Program

Georgetown: Over the past few weeks, the Guyana Foundation has continued its mental health and suicide prevention program, by conducting training workshops, community outreaches, and other activities on the Essequibo… Read more »

Bartica the gateway to a green Guyana

Bartica the gateway to a green Guyana

Bartica: Government is committed and arrangements are being made to transform Bartica into a green Town. Following the success of a green Bartica, similar efforts would be advanced to metamorphose… Read more »

Port Kaituma suffered from neglect – Minister Ferguson

Port Kaituma suffered from neglect – Minister Ferguson

Port Kaituma : Minister within the Ministry of Public Infrastructure Annette Ferguson, paid a visit to Port Kaituma, Region One recently where she heard a number of complaints from the… Read more »

President Granger calls on Region Ten to build a new economy -as LEN launches with $155M allocation

President Granger calls on Region Ten to build a new economy -as LEN launches with $155M allocation

Georgetown : President David Granger announced, what he called the Linden Action Plan, as he urged residents of Linden, Region Ten, to rebuild their economy on the four pillars of… Read more »

President’s ‘three Bs’ programme donates 52 bicycles to St Ignatius students

President’s ‘three Bs’ programme donates 52 bicycles to St Ignatius students

Georgetown : As part of President David Granger’s ‘Three Bs’ (Boats, Busses, and Bicycles) initiative, Minister of Social Cohesion, Amna Ally presented 52 bicycles to the students of the St…. Read more »

Family of slain cop to get $1M from Government

Family of slain cop to get $1M from Government

Georgetown : The family of the late Police Constable Antonio Dawson, who was killed in the line of duty in September, will receive $1 million from Government. Twenty-eight-year- old Dawson… Read more »

Ed Ahmad land lease deal terminated – – Minister Harmon

Ed Ahmad land lease deal terminated – – Minister Harmon

Georgetown  : The Guyana Government has ended a questionable land lease deal that was ‘gifted’ to Ed Ahmad, close friend of former President Bharrat Jagdeo. This was announced at yesterday’s… Read more »

AML/CFT Amendment Bill 2015 to be laid at next Sitting of National Assembly

AML/CFT Amendment Bill 2015 to be laid at next Sitting of National Assembly

Georgetown:  Provisions in response to matters that were recently raised by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), relating specifically to the Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT)… Read more »