After a lengthy debate this morning, the People’s Progressive Party /Civic (PPP/C) Members of Parliament (MPs) along with the representative of the list joinder Lenox Shuman voted in favour of a motion to remove Opposition Member David Patterson as the Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC).
Recipients of the Guyana Online Academy of Learning (GOAL) scholarships will be obligated to provide volunteer services based on the length of their studies, according to Minister of Public Service Sonia Parag.
A woman was yesterday placed on $75,000 bail after being charged with scamming a man of $1.2 million for a house lot at Cummings Lodge.
The Region 10 health department is exploring innovative ways to increase uptake of COVID-19 vaccines, according to Regional Chairman Deron Adams, who blames misinformation for vaccine hesitancy in the region.
Minister of Health, Dr. Frank Anthony yesterday stated that the vaccination drive-thru programmes that were held over the weekend went well as over 2,700 persons were inoculated.
Elton ‘The Guyanese Gladiator’ Dharry is ready to shake off some ring-rust.
West Indies head coach Phil Simmons is stressing on the importance of the team building large opening partnerships.
ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates, CMC – Sherfane Rutherford’s second Twenty20 half-century went in vain as Peshawar Zalmi crashed to an eight-wicket defeat to Multan Sultans in the Pakistan Super League here Sunday.
(Trinidad Guardian) A 43-year-old man from Enterprise was shot and killed yesterday.
SAN SALVADOR, (Reuters) – The United States will grant $115 million in cooperation aid to El Salvador to slow migration from the Central American country, Samantha Power, administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), said yesterday.
SAN JOSE, (Reuters) – A top adviser to Costa Rican President Carlos Alvarado resigned yesterday after judicial officials said he was under investigation for his alleged role in a bribery scheme that has ensnared officials and top businessmen.
CANBERRA/LONDON, (Reuters) – Britain and Australia announced a free trade deal today which the British government hailed as an important step in building new trade relationships following its departure from the European Union.
BUDAPEST, (Reuters) – Hungary’s parliament approved a government proposal today to donate state-owned land to a planned Chinese university in Budapest, despite opposition criticism and a recent protest that accused the government of cosying up to Beijing.
BRUSSELS, (Reuters) – NATO leaders warned yesterday that China presents “systemic challenges,” taking a forceful stance towards Beijing in a communique at Joe Biden’s first summit with an alliance that Donald Trump openly disparaged.