President at police dinner

President David Granger is greeted by some of the senior police officers including Crime Chief, Wendell Blanhum (second from right), upon his arrival at the Marriott Hotel, last evening.

Relief for women’s shelter

The Demerara Tobacco Company as part of its Christmas outreach and Community Service Initiative has donated several mattresses and electric fans to the Help and Shelter programme of the Ministry of Social Protection.

Song from Bina Hill

Song from Bina Hill: Thirty-six children from the Bina Hill Institute Youth Learning Centre in the North Rupununi visited the city on Tuesday and performed a song for MPs at Parliament during a break in the budget debate.

President spreads Christmas cheer to Eteringbang soldiers

President David Granger, today, called on the servicemen of the country, particularly those posted in the Eteringbang and other western Guyana locations to not only be watchful and on their guard, but to also to endeavour to let the world know that the Guyana/ Venezuela Border controversy was settled 117 years ago and that they are defending sovereign territory.


Prince Harry waves goodbye as he departs State House and concludes his last activity in Guyana. (Ministry of the Presidency photo)

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