Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson, yesterday met with residents of Timehri North for discussions on the community and the planned Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA), Timehri expansion, a release from his ministry said.
President David Granger and First Lady Sandra Granger just before they departed for a dinner hosted by Prime Minister of Malta Dr Joseph Muscat for the Commonwealth Heads of Government and their spouses at Hagar Qim.
Minister of State Joseph Harmon yesterday delivered the charge to the 2015 graduating class of the West Demerara Secondary School where he stressed the importance of information and communication technology in today’s world.
After days of assessing Guyana’s drainage system, the Dutch Risk Reduction (DRR) Team last evening, November 26, 2015, presented its recommendations on the way forward for Guyana, the Ministry of Public Infrastructure said.
Commonwealth Heads of Government with Queen Elizabeth II, and Commonwealth Secretary General, Kamalesh Sharma at their summit in Malta today. Guyana’s president David Granger is in the second row standing, second from right.
A fire hydrant on Robb Street is finally working after many years. People gathered around the scene on Wednesday and expressed their surprise as most of them related that they have not seen the hydrants work for more than two decades.
Midwives have been assured of the support of the Public Health Ministry, amidst efforts to improve the profession, GINA said. This support will be in the form of training, guaranteed referral systems, and educating principals about internationally acceptable standards of the profession.
The Ministry of Public Infrastructure is currently lending technical and managerial support to the National Communications Network (NCN) for the construction of its perimeter fence, a guard hut and the accompanying revetment works at its headquarters, Homestretch Avenue, Georgetown, GINA said.