Residents in Campbellville, Georgetown will soon be relieved of drainage problems as the Ministry of Public Infrastructure is currently working along with the Mayor and City Council (M&CC) to address this issue, GINA said.
Windies captain Jason Holder (left) and Indian captain Virat Kohli posing with the trophy on the first day of the first Seagram’s Royal Stag Test Match between West Indies and India at Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua yesterday.
The Guyana Oil Company in collaboration with Tradewind Tankers yesterday officially handed over a newly constructed music room to the Covent Garden Primary School which is located in the school’s compound, Covent Garden, EBD.
Vigil held for Linden trio killed in 2012: Scores turned out at the Wismar-Mackenzie Bridge on Monday for a candlelight vigil to commemorate the lives of the three Lindeners—Shemroy Boyea, Ron Somerset and Alan Lewis—who were shot dead on July 18, 2012 during the Linden protest.
Former President Bharrat Jagdeo (right) has urged the FAO’s Committee on Forests (COFO) to play a more active role in the implementation of the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals related to rests and food security, a release from his office said today.
Minister of Social Cohesion Amna Ally, this morning, received a gift of 60 bicycles from the Guyana Bahamas Association that will be distributed under President David Granger’s Boats, Buses, Bicycles plus Breakfast and Books (‘Five Bs’) programme, a release from the Ministry of the Presidency said.
President David Granger, this morning, at the Ministry of the Presidency, accepted Letters of Credence from Ambassador Kim Højlund Christensen, accrediting him as Non-resident Ambassador of the Kingdom of Denmark to Guyana.
The Moco Moco hydro power facility is expected to come on stream shortly as the Government has been successful in securing $200M in international financing, Minister of Social Cohesion Amna Ally, told over 100 residents at the Moco Moco Primary School over the weekend.
President David Granger and First Lady Mrs. Sandra Granger sang national songs and made merry with the children of the Hope Children’s Home at Enmore, East Coast Demerara, yesterday, as part of continuing celebrations for the President’s 71st birth anniversary, which was observed on Saturday.
The pothole on this bridge linking Croal Street and South Road at Alexander Street in the city has become treacherous. It is now possible to see the trench below through the hole when crossing the street.