(Trinidad Guardian) Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and United States President Donald Trump yesterday agreed that both administrations will continue to strengthen the relationship which exists between the two countries.
On March 16, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) is to hear an appeal by fish glue cocaine convict, Vishnu `Haffa’ Bridgelall who had been sentenced to 10 years in jail in 2007 for drug trafficking but was later freed and then had his sentence reinstated.
RK’s Security Services says it will be forced to pull its guards from government locations in the interior regions from next month due to the loss it is suffering as a result of the implementation of the new statutory minimum wage for private workers.
Lindener Diana Chapman-Clarke’s call for the government to “Put your house in order” landed her the title of 2017 Adult Calypso Monarch Queen, dethroning fellow townsman, Lester “De Professor” Charles.
Machinery Corporation of Guyana Limited (Macorp) has reiterated its commitment to enhancing the abilities of Guyana’s human resources with the launch of a new learning centre at its Providence, East Bank Demerara location.
Digicel Guyana, usually one of the largest contingents in the Mashramani float parade, has decided to opt out of participating in this year’s festivities in order to focus its efforts on executing community and family events, as it celebrates its 10th year here.