Ptolemy Reid Rehabilitation Centre turns 50

President David Granger yesterday pledged more government support towards the work of the Ptolemy Reid Rehabilitation Centre, as he noted that every child, despite challenges, can become masters in their field of choice, once they are empowered and given the opportunity, a statement from the Ministry of the Presidency said.

Minister Norton meets religious, social groups

New Minister of Social Cohesion, Dr. George Norton, today, held introductory meetings with representatives of various religious and social groups to ensure continuity and increased areas of collaboration as part of advancing the social cohesion agenda, a release from the Ministey of the Presidency said.

Winning logo

Queen’s College students Omari Joseph (second right) and Jonathan Jacobus (centre) yesterday received book vouchers worth $30,000 each as their prize for winning the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce’s  Business Incubator Logo Design and Business Name Competition.

Agri Minister in outreach

Agriculture Minister, Noel Holder accompanied by a team of technical officers yesterday conducted an outreach exercise in the Mahaica, Mahaicony and Abary areas to have dialogue with farmers, according to a press release from the Ministry of Agriculture.

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