Former Head of NICIL, Winston Brassington says he had notified SOCU and the police of his willingness to co-operate fully with any investigations they may be conducting. 0
The cap on the housing allowance for ministers was raised from $25,000 per month to $500,000 per month under the new government in 2015, according to Clerk of the National Assembly Sherlock Isaacs, who says that a decision was also taken at the same time for all allowances to be paid by the Parliament Office, from where they draw their salaries. 0
Local ExxonMobil affiliate ESSO Exploration & Production Guyana Ltd (EEPGL) and a United States-based development company DAI Global, LLC, are setting up a Centre for Local Business Development, which is expected to help local businesses better position themselves in areas that serve the oil and gas industries. 0
Tecona Welcome, who was driving the car that crashed into the Liliendaal Bridge on Saturday night, resulting in the death of her friend, was yesterday charged with driving under the influence and released on $20,000 bail after professing her innocence. 0
Berbice businessmen said yesterday that they do not support the move by the Berbice Bridge Corpora-tion Inc (BBCI) to increase the tolls for local vessels by more than 300% as this will only affect the economy negatively. 0
The proposed increase in processing fees to $4,000 per ounce of gold, is necessary to keep the Guyana Gold Board “afloat,” according to Finance Manager Eondrene Thompson. 0
Hoff Van Aurich is a sleepy little village on the Essequibo Coast situated 26 kilometres from Supenaam. The village is home to approximately 100 people, whose presence dates back to the 1800s when their fore parents arrived here on indentureship contracts.
The Education Ministry has signalled that 10 subjects will be the maximum that students will be permitted to take at CXC exams.