After years of pleading with officials for potable water, the residents of Jackson Creek and Molsen Creek were delighted yesterday morning as the Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI) commissioned a water distribution network in Molsen Creek.
A group of police ranks along with members of the public graduated on Monday afternoon from several training programmes which were sponsored by the Board of Industrial Training (BIT) in collaboration with the Guyana Police Force.
The Government of Guyana has welcomed a donation of $5M from ExxonMobil Guyana, which will be handed over to the Civil Defence Commission (CDC) to aid in relief efforts for flood affected areas in Cuyuni-Mazaruni (Region Seven) and Potaro-Siparuni (Region Eight).
New GPC Inc has donated medical supplies to the Ministry of Public Health in an effort to combat the rise of any infectious or airborne diseases as a result of the flooding in Regions 7 and 8, a release from the company said yesterday.
In the May 20th edition of Stabroek News under the headline ‘Ex-GRDB members charged with failing to record over $250M in funds’ Majeed Hussain, pictured below, was incorrectly identified as Jagnarine Singh.
CARACAS, (Reuters) – Deepening her split with unpopular President Nicolas Maduro’s government, Venezuela’s chief prosecutor today accused security officers of excessive force and condemned the use of military tribunals to judge protesters.
City councillors tasked with renegotiating the controversial Georgetown metered parking deal were yesterday told they would have to restart the process from scratch because the current contract is illegal.
Workers from the Enmore sugar estate came out in large numbers yesterday and were joined by their families as well as minibus drivers and vendors to voice their displeasure over the planned closure of the facility.
Three men, who were arrested for the pirate attack that claimed the life of boat captain Mahadeo Ramdial last week, have confessed to the crime, in which they stole $3,000 in fish as well as a boat engine, according to Crime Chief Wendell Blanhum.