Joint Services to get an extra month salary

President Donald Ramotar sharing meals to junior ranks of the Guyana Defence Force at Camp Stephenson, Timehri (GINA photo)

The men and women who serve in the nation’s joint services are to receive an extra month’s salary, President Donald Ramotar, announced when he addressed hundreds of soldiers, at Camp Stephenson, Timehri, today, as they participated in their annual Christmas luncheon.

SOL launched its Fuel Up and Win


SOL launched its Fuel Up and Win Promotion yesterday in a small ceremony at Shell Gas Station, Vlissengen Road. Under the promotion, the first prize will see any customer who spends $3,000 having an opportunity to win free gas for a year.

Top music student


The top student of the Clemsville Music Conservatory Gael Barker proudly displays his trophy. He received it at the conservatory’s annual recital at the Theatre Guild yesterday.

At the UNASUR summit


Prime Minister Samuel Hinds and Minister of Foreign Affairs Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett, beside the equatorial line, in two different hemispheres, the Southern and Northern respectively.

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