A school which houses a multi-purpose centre was recently commissioned at Whitewater to allow children from hinterland communities greater access to education, the Government Information Agency (GINA) said in a press release.
A man accused of stealing two big bunches of plantains and a bag of eddoes was remanded to prison when he appeared at the Leonora Magistrate’s Court on Thursday.
The Region Nine village Karasabai held a wreath-laying ceremony to mark the tenth death anniversary of President Cheddi Jagan.
The long awaited installation of new traffic lights at some 50 junctions across the city will not be finished in time for the cricket world cup games and the authorities may have to resort to giving priority to the route leading to the stadium at Providence.
Guyana could become the next South American country blazing the agro-energy trail – albeit on a smaller scale – as a pilot bio-diesel project is set to go commercial.
Heads of State and government of the Rio Group members have indicated that they would support the initiative to fight hunger and poverty tied to innovative financing mechanisms.
The People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) will be hosting a series of activities to honour the memory of party founder and President Cheddi Jagan on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of his death.
With the start of Cricket World Cup 2007 now a matter of days away stores in Georgetown are reporting brisk sales of official CWC souvenirs.
It used to be one of Georgetown’s most popular hotels and “hang out joints” during the ’60s and ’70s and come March 15 the Penthouse Hotel will be making a “comeback.” – with all the suavity and sophistication of a modern hotel.
This 19th Summit of the Rio Group was really the one that should have taken place in 2005 in Argen-tina.
Two cousins who admitted that they broke into the home of another man and stole items were remanded to prison yesterday at the Leonora Magistrate’s Court pending sentencing.
The case against Navin Prashad who is charged with causing the death of a University of Guyana student on Carifesta Avenue was put off until next month.
I’ll quite understand if I am considered as being “too late”; coming in only now “after the fact”.
Twenty wickets fell on the first day as Berbice passed Demerara’s paltry first innings score of 80, then crumbled for 101 in the final round match of the Castrol inter-county under-15 two-day cricket competition at the Police Sports Complex ground yesterday.
Ronald Bulkhan returned a gross 92 to end with a net 66 from a 26 handicap to win the Daewoo Farm Supplies Ltd golf tournament last weekend at the Lusignan Golf Club.
Notes 1 – Interim results 2 – Prospective EPS: earnings per share for 12 months period to the date the latest financials have been prepared.
The Forest Producers Association (FPA) is claiming that some of its members have been required to pay millions of dollars to the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) based on the incorrect levying of VAT charges.
The Caribbean Media Corporation (CMC) has issued a CMC widescreen rights licensing checklist for persons planning to show cricket matches in 2007, including Cricket World Cup matches.
The Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry Limited (GBTI) made a profit after tax for the year 2006 of $506m making 2006 one of the most profitable years for the Bank.
I served in the United States Air Force for over 16 years including a stint in the first Iraq war and when I had to give briefings on leadership to younger officers, I often used one of our phrases in the Air Force, “level flight – rising terrain” If you were flying an aircraft at a level flight and there was rising terrain, obviously you will crash.
Now that there are several new and renovated hotels and guest houses in Georgetown and its environs the problem of the scarcity of the skills necessary to enable these institutions to provide a high standard of service is staring us even more squarely in the face.
A police inspector testifying in the trial of Swiss House boss, Farouk Razac and his beauty queen wife said that during the raid at the businessman’s house, Razac said that he was keeping the weapon that was found to combat wanted man Rondell ‘Fineman’ Rawlins if he should attack.
President Bharrat Jagdeo yesterday told the top brass of the Guyana Defence Force not to allow criminals and drug lords to take over the country and launched a broadside against the US on a number of fronts.
Dear Editor, I write specifically in relation to the School Board of the Anna Regina Secondary (Multilateral) School, Order No.