The MovieTowne complex at Turkeyen, East Coast Demerara is now set to open next year, according to an advertisement in yesterday’s Sunday Stabroek.
Team Innosys (Innovative Systems) yesterday beat out six other competitors to emerge the winners of this year’s Hackathon, gaining the opportunity to develop their concept into a real database management system for tax collection at the local government level.
President David Granger on Saturday charged the residents of Cuyuni-Mazaruni (Region Seven) to ensure that the voice of every citizen is heard as he launched ‘Radio Bartica’ at the Bartica Learning Centre.
Former Guyana Rice Development Board (GRDB) General Manager Jagnarine Singh and agricultural consultant Madanlall Ramraj have denied a total of 34 charges that have been instituted against them for allegedly keeping fraudulent accounts and fraudulent appropriation of property.
The Private Sector Commission wants a meeting with the Brazilian Ambassador and Minister of Foreign Affairs Carl Greenidge to explain the myriad obstacles Guyanese businesses face accessing the benefits of the Guyana/Brazil Partial Scope trade agreement.
The policeman who allegedly provided the gun which was used in the murder of businessman Godfrey Scipio is still under close arrest as the investigation continues.
The owner of the car that is allegedly linked to the death of school teacher Kescia Branche is set to return to the country soon and is willing to cooperate with the police in clearing his name.
The Guyana Gold and Diamond Miners Association (GGDMA) is calling on the government to enforce the established Road Users Agreement to monitor the weight of supplies which are being transported on vehicles, in a bid to prevent the interior roads from being destroyed.
The rehabilitation of the Issano and Karrau to Buckhall roads are major projects being undertaken by the Ministry of Public Infrastructure (MPI) in Region Seven.
The Rajiv Gandhi University of Science and Technology on Monday inaugurated its new campus building at Cummings Lodge.
The Guyana Police Force (GPF) has embarked on an operation to target carjackers and will now zoom in on bodywork shops since they are suspected of buying the parts from these hijacked vehicles.
Since producing its first gold bar in August 2015, Canadian miner, Guyana Goldfields Inc (GGI) says it has paid US$26.5m in royalties to the state and purchased US$84.1m in goods and services from local businesses.
Former Attorney General Anil Nandlall says that the Attorney General’s Chambers’ retention of six attorneys to prosecute a number of high profile cases is unconstitutional and he is warning that the right to a fair trial will be compromised by a politically-tainted process.
Guyana’s total public debt increased from $317.7 billion to $330.6 billion in 2016 but the total debt as a percentage of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) declined to 46.4% from 48.6% at the end of 2015 due to a nominal increase in the GDP.
Family, friends and well-wishers turned out in their numbers to say their final goodbyes to murdered school teacher Kescia Branche, who was laid to rest yesterday afternoon.
A recent Biodiversity Assessment Team (BAT) survey of the Kaieteur National Park (KNP) and the Upper Potaro area has led to the discovery of up to 31 new or potentially new species to science.
A Mon Repos, East Coast Demerara resident died on Thursday after he was attacked by a swarm of bees while returning home.
The National Assembly on Friday approved $3 billion in extra budgetary allocations, including almost $1 billion in additional financing for the Ministry of Public Infrastructure (MPI).
The lawyer for Tameshwar Jagmohan, the new owner of the 100-acre Sunset Lakes housing development at Providence, East Bank Demerara, says his client was not a partner of former owner Brian Tiwarie in the venture and that he has fully paid for the property.
After declaring himself to be Secretary to the Cabinet, State Minister Joseph Harmon has clarified that he does not hold the post but that Cabinet matters remain with his remit.
The Public Service Appellate Tribunal, which is already examining five cases, is urging public servants who feel that the Public Service Commission (PSC) has not done justice to their respective cases to seek redress.
The two prime suspects in the murder of Sophia resident Jamal Munroe, including the alleged shooter, were arrested on Friday.
A quick response by neighbours early on Friday morning saved four children from a fire that ripped through the bottom flat of their home at Supply, Mahaica.
A mason is now hospitalised after being shot during an argument with another man, whom he had accused of having an affair with his wife.
Debra Rostron was just 17 when she departed Guyana to study in Canada.