The United States (US) Embassy will be hosting a College Information Fair at Queen’s College next Wednesday and graduates from 15 US universities will be sharing their experiences about studying in the United States.
In yesterday’s edition of Stabroek News under the headline `Parliament must approve GuySuCo bailout – Jordan’, Minister of Finance Winston Jordan was reported as saying that the Guyana Sugar Corporation has not received bailout money and this will not happen until Parliament approves this.
The Guyana Defence Force (GDF) recently concluded a Non Commissioned Officer and Officer Leadership subject matter expert exchange with the US Embassy Security Cooperation Office and the Florida National Guard where they shared best practices in the art of military control.
In the wake of her recent visit to the New Opportunity Corps (NOC), Onderneeming, Essequibo, Minister within in the Ministry of Education, with responsibility for the Department of Culture, Youth and Sport, Nicolette Henry says that she will set up a Task Force to address the issues currently existing there.
An 18-year-old miner was stabbed to death by robbers early yesterday morning on the Kitty Public Road.
Keith Daniels of Yarakita River, was stabbed three times by his assailants, who set upon him and his brother as they were returning to their aunt’s residence, where they were staying.
The Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) has not received any bailout money and this will not happen until the process is taken to the National Assembly for approval, Finance Minister Winston Jordan has said.
A nine-year-old died yesterday after a concrete pillar fell on him at his Sparendaam Squatting area home.
Tyrese Isaacs, who was a student of the Plaisance Primary School, along with his elder sibling, Theon, 12, was helping his mother to fill water as she washed clothes.