- city says businessman denies granting permission for vending
The Water Street vendors who were given 24 hours to move from the pavement in front of the former Guyana Stores Limited bond are pleading with the City Council to give them an adequate amount of time to move as they have nowhere to go.
- but Granger trumpets need for national effort to break petrol addiction
Guyana will put in a bid for a cut of the grant financing for renewable energy projects being made available by the United States but President David Granger says it will be insufficient for the government’s plans to reduce national dependence on fossil fuels.
In a written submission to the Commission of Inquiry (CoI) into the education system, several teachers of the Bishops’ High School are advocating for teachers to be paid to mark those School Based Assessments (SBAs) which are part of the requirement for the external examinations conducted by the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC).
As conflicting information circulates about the location of the outstanding US$5 million for the sale of government shares in the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT), President David Granger is adamant that former president Donald Ramotar is the one to provide answers.
The Ministry of Public Health in collaboration with charity organisation, Guyana Help The Kids (GHTK) today opened the Neo-natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at the Bartica Regional Hospital in Region 7 (Cuyuni/Mazaruni).
City Hall yesterday shut the door on any resumption of vending at Stabroek square, while promising vendors upset over their removal that the temporary site for their relocation would be ready by today.
It is too early to see the results of the measures government has put in place to fight crime, President David Granger said yesterday, while adding that overtures made to the UK will soon see a fresh approach to security sector reform.
Three men, including a security guard who police say aided in the planning, were yesterday charged with stealing almost $9 million from the Ramada Princess Hotel casino and their lawyers told a city court that they were abused while in custody.