An alarm has been raised about the availability of foreign currency in Guyana within the last three or so months. The alarm was sounded by the commercial banks as they reportedly were unable to fulfil the demand for foreign currency by their customers.
PPP, WPA ask Carter to intercede
by Sharief Khan
OPPOSITION parties are calling on former US President Jimmy Carter to again intercede with President Desmond Hoyte to help prevent rigging of the coming general elections.
Reynolds Is Back…
Joint $US25m Bauxite Project
THE Government of Guyana and Reynolds International Inc., last Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding in which they agreed to join in the development and mining of bauxite deposits located in the Aroaima region of Guyana, and in the marketing and sale of bauxite extracted from that mine.
I would imagine that no one pictures their child/children being in a sex tape at any point in their lives. Many try to ignore the fact that one day their children will be interested in sex – perhaps even convincing themselves that their ‘innocence’ will last forever.
We have none – Gittens
By BERT WILKINSON
GUYANA Manufacturers’ Association (GMA) President Mr. Brian Gittens says his association has nothing against an agreement with the Internatonal Monetary Fund (IMF).
MANAGER of the Little Rock TV Communications and Hotel proprietor Rockcliffe Christie is calling for a working relationship among TV Communications operators in Guyana for the benefit of all Guyanese.
As a young child, I loved accompanying my stout father, “Mr. Big” to the city sea wall for his regular swim after a long, exhilarating walk along the Fort Groyne, a weathered, narrow concrete erosion barrier bolstered by great granite boulders, jutting out into the ocean like a giant index finger at the far end of breezy Kingston.
A new report from Freedom House on political liberties around the world ranks the United States pretty high on the list, but if President Donald Trump continues on his present course, we are likely to see the country falling far behind the world’s freest countries next year.
Collin Sells Here and Abroad
PAINSTAKING, disgusting at times is the art. Collin Maloney makes and sells finished products made of Tibisiri, Mockru, Cooper and Nibbi materials on the western side of the Water Street pave in front of the National Bank of Industry and Commerce (NBIC).
Sabrien Amrov is a PhD student in Human Geography at the University of Toronto in Canada
The murder of six Muslims at an Islamic Center in Quebec City, Canada, on Sunday January 29th has generated great public outcry.