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Cuban ambassador describes President Trump recent directive as ill advised

Cuban ambassador describes President Trump recent directive as ill advised

Georgetown: Cuban Ambassador to Guyana Julio Cesar Gonzalez Marchante described US President Donald Trump recent speech and directive as ill advised, resulting in the roll-back of progress achieved over the… Read more »

Historic inaugural Diaspora Engagement Conference Set for July

Historic inaugural Diaspora Engagement Conference Set for July

Georgetown: The University of Guyana will discuss the establishment of a Caribbean Diaspora Engagement Centre at the inaugural Diaspora Engagement Conference. Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor Dr Ivelaw Griffith,… Read more »

Health officials recommend In2Care Mosquito Trap to control Vector-borne viruses

Health officials recommend In2Care Mosquito Trap to control Vector-borne viruses

Georgetown: The recent rainy weather has resulted in an increase in the mosquito population and therefore the threat of the spread of vector bourne viruses such as Zika, chikungunya and… Read more »

CPCE accepting applicants for September 2017 intake

CPCE accepting applicants for September 2017 intake

Georgetown: The Cyril Potter College of Education (CPCE) has on file over 400 applicants for the September 2017 intake and anticipates an additional 1500. As such, the College wishes to… Read more »

Guyana STEM Robotics team set for World competition in Washington

Guyana STEM Robotics team set for World competition in Washington

Georgetown: Guyana is set to field a team to the first International Robot Olympics for high school students scheduled for Washington D.C from July 16 to 28, 2017. There they… Read more »

Increase errant drivers charged through CCTV footage

Increase errant drivers charged through CCTV footage

Georgetown: A total of 711 errant drivers have been charged due to the efficiency of the video surveillance of the Closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras as compared to 487 in 2016…. Read more »

Creative industry has potential to be an economic driver

Creative industry has potential to be an economic driver

Georgetown: Barbados Minister of Culture, Stephen Lashely believes that the creative industry can drive economic development in the region. The Minister was speaking at the Twenty-Fifth Meeting of CARICOM’s Regional… Read more »

VISA abolition agreement signed with Columbia

VISA abolition agreement signed with Columbia

Georgetown: The Government of Guyana and the Republic of Colombia signed an “Agreement on Mutual Exemption of Visa for Holders of Ordinary Passports” Wednesday in the margins of the 47th… Read more »

First female Chairperson of Public Utilities Commission sworn in

First female Chairperson of Public Utilities Commission sworn in

Georgetown: President David Granger, Wednesday, administered the oath of office to Attorney-at-Law, Ms.  Dela Attakuma Britton as Guyana’s first female Chairperson of the Public Utilities Commission (PUC). The swearing-in ceremony,… Read more »

Berbice man brutally kills wife – on the run

Berbice man brutally kills wife – on the run

Berbice : Police are investigating the murder of Mintie Karamchand, 40, a waitress of lot 19 Sheet Anchor Village, East Canje, Berbice,  at the said address, allegedly by her reputed… Read more »