The celebration of Guyana’s 50th year of Independence continues with the unveiling of Caribbean Airlines (CAL) 737/800 Boeing aircraft, which will be branded with the 50GUY anniversary logo, a release from the Department of Culture, Youth and Sport said yesterday.
Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI) has upgraded its protective wear for workers including those in the sanitation department.
A release from GWI yesterday said that this programme has been implemented under the guidance of Chief Executive, Dr.
Citing the polarising effect on society from government decisions, the Guyana Human Rights Association (GHRA) yesterday called on the APNU+AFC administration to make a more concerted effort to build effective coalitions to mitigate the divisions that have arisen
Saying that the intentions of the coalition Government as articulated by President David Granger to create a more secure, fairer and inclusive society are laudable, the GHRA said that realizing them in the context of the most racially-polarised elections in Guyanese history is a distant prospect.
Approximately 15,000 ounces of gold is being smuggled from Guyana each week and the country is losing as much as 60% of gold produced here in this manner, Minister of Natural Resources Raphael Trotman says.
(Barbados Nation) A day after Chris Gayle was fined for making disrespectful comments to a TV reporter, he has denied fresh allegations that he indecently exposed himself to a woman in Sydney during the 2015 World Cup.
Almost a week after army intelligence officer Robert Pyle was killed in a horrific vehicular collision that claimed two other lives, the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) yesterday broke its silence and confirmed that he was on a “legitimate operation.”
“Defence Headquarters wishes to notify the public that the late Sergeant Robert Pyle, a member of the Intelligence Unit of the Guyana Defence Force, was deployed on a legitimate operation in support of the Special Organized Crime Unit, (SOCU) on Wednesday December 30, 2015,” the GDF said in a statement yesterday.
Chairman of the Guyana National Broadcasting Authority (GNBA) Leonard Craig yesterday said that a report that all radio licences issued by former president Bharrat Jadgeo will be rescinded is erroneous as the board has not yet made a decision on the way forward.
Former Attorney General (AG) Anil Nandlall yesterday slammed government for what he termed an “exercise in cosmetology” in relation to consultations on two bills set to be debated in the National Assembly tomorrow.
The Guyana Police Force has launched an investigation into a scam allegedly carried out by a businessman, who obtained a total of $1M from 19 persons by claiming he could get United States (US) visas for them.