At first glance, the rickety dwelling looks as though it once rested comfortably on a bank of the Essequibo River.
The implementation and enforcement of the laws and regulations contained in the Tobacco Control Act are now dependent on the establishment of a Tobacco Enforcement Committee.
Two men died following a car accident on the Cornelia Ida Public Road, West Coast Demerara on Tuesday night.
The family of Kapilldeo Mohit want the police to properly investigate the circumstances that led to an accident on Sunday which resulted in his death.
The Morning Glory Rice Cereal Factory at Anna Regina on the Essequibo Coast remains in operation and is fully functional, according to Institute of Applied Science and Technology (IAST) Director Dr.
Emphasising the cultural and economic contributions of the Chinese people on the 165th Anniversary of their arrival on these shores, President David Granger yesterday welcomed the new wave of migrants from China and said it was a testament to the strong ties between Georgetown and Beijing.
The Foodmaxx Supermarket is set to open tomorrow at the Giftland Mall and Chairman of the Giftland Group Roy Beepat is confident that it will revolutionise grocery shopping in Guyana.
Minister of Communities Ronald Bulkan has reprimanded Region Two Regional Executive Officer (REO) Rupert Hopkinson and recommended that he apologise to the Anna Regina Town Council (ARTC) for infringing on its jurisdiction when he chose to fill the main drainage channel in front of the Department of Education at Cotton Field without permission.
Imagine waking up to a breathtaking view of the sun rising over the Pakaraima Mountains, visible from the comfort of your bed.
An afternoon of horseback riding along the 63 Beach in Berbice (Photo by Mariah Lall)
“You name it—the talent, the know-how, it is all here. President Granger, I hope you’re watching this because all the skills you require to build a sustainable country are right here!” this year’s University of Guyana (UG) Valedictorian Elsie Ann Harry declared yesterday on the occasion of the institution’s 51st convocation.
A young woman is now one step closer to obtaining her Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Studies after an intended job interview resulted in her being granted a full scholarship to the University of Guyana (UG).
An investigation has been launched to determine the circumstances that caused Police Constable Clement Cockfield to shoot his fiancée and fellow officer Shanice Fraser on Tuesday evening, before turning the gun on himself.
“I just want to be able to walk again,” says Jesse Gibbs. Three years after being involved in an accident in which his left leg was badly damaged, Gibbs, 28, appears to be giving up his hopes of having a normal life, including being able to provide for both himself and his children.
Once the sole bread winner for his family, 45-year-old Wasir Ali is now left to depend on his wife to take care of him after a life-changing accident cost him his left leg.
A year after an accident left her teenage son bedridden in a semi-vegetative state, Sharon Cosbert remains hopeful that he will one day be able to walk and talk again.
Several years after Barabina Hill in the Mabaruma Sub-region started to experience issues with its main access road, residents are still fuming over its deplorable state.
Efforts are afoot to have Mabaruma become a model town in Guyana’s hinterland with a focus on a green economy and youth development.