President David Granger, last evening, attended the special dinner hosted by the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) in honour of the newly-commissioned officers, who successfully completed the Standard Officers’ Course (SOC) No.
Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Keith Rowley (second from left) and Prime Minister of Guyana Moses Nagamootoo (second from right) with the President of the Indian Diaspora Council, Ashook Ramsarran (left) and other executives at the 100th Anniversary celebration of abolition of Indian Indentureship at the National Cultural Centre in Chaguanas, Trinidad.
Police ranks in ‘A’ Division acting on information received went to a house at ‘E’ Field South Sophia about 10.30 pm on Friday and conducted a search which revealed an unlicensed 9MM Smith and Wesson Pistol with three live matching rounds and twelve grams of suspected cannabis.
In observance of the 130th anniversary since Adventism arrived in Guyana, the Seventh Day Adventist churches along the Essequibo Coast and Pomeroon River yesterday held a grand motorcade and rally under the theme ‘Motivated by our History, Pursuing our Destiny’.
The Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), through the Ministry of Public Infrastructure (MPI), today received two state-of-the-art portable Explosive Trace Detection (ETDs) Machines from the United States Transportation Security Administration (US-TSA).