The cruise ship life

Cruise ship Minerva returned to Guyana this week after a 10-year break. It was the first visit of a cruise ship this year, the Government Information Agency reported. Director, Guyana Tourism Authority (GTA) Indranauth Harlasingh (left) with Director of Hotel, Eddie Thompson onboard the MV Minerva. (GINA photo)

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  Under construction: Work ongoing on the Sparendaam Magistrate’s Court after the old wooden structure was demolished in February of this year.

Wakapao, Pomeroon River residents during the meeting with Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, Sydney Allicock and team (GINA photo)

Ministerial team visits Pomeroon

Several hinterland communities in the Pomeroon River, Region Two were visited by Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, Sydney Allicock and his team on July 20-21, GINA said.

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Preliminary Report on Drop-In Centre fire handed over

The Preliminary Report of the Commission of Inquiry (COI) to probe the fire at the Hadfield Street Drop In Centre, which resulted in the deaths of two young children, was today handed over to Minister of State,  Joseph Harmon, at the Ministry of the Presidency by Commissioner, Retired Colonel Windee Algernon.

Chief Executive Officer of NAREI, Dr. Oudho Homenauth (second from right) presents a copy of the contract to the contractor S&K Construction Services. Also in the picture are head of the Mangroves Department Kene Moseley and NAREI's Engineer Luandra Jack. (Ministry of Agriculture photo)

$21.5M contracts inked for river defence

The National Agricultural Research and Extension Institute (NAREI) on Wednesday inked two contracts totaling $21.5M with S&K Construction Services to improve river defence on the coastland, a release from the Ministry of Agriculture said.

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