Monthly Archives: November 2014

THE Alberttown/Queenstown Community Policing Group (CPG), in observance of National Road Safety Month, conducted a two-day sign painting exercise on the roadways in that...

IT HAS been over three decades since the first case of AIDS was recorded, leaving a trail of crippling fear that gripped the nations...

THIS World AIDS Day brings with it the realization that in less than 400 days, the Millennium Development Goals would have expired. It is...

THE 2014 World AIDS Day theme is ‘Closing the Gap’. This theme challenges us as Policy makers, programme managers and implementers to identify and...

A MAJOR threat to the Caribbean Region is climate change, according to Secretary-General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Ambassador Irwin LaRocque. “This is truly an...

AN announcement on the way forward, following the much-talked-about November 10 prorogation of Parliament, can be expected shortly.  This is according to President Donald Ramotar,...

GUYANA’S agricultural sector has on board an international company with a multi-million-dollar investment, providing more international impetus, farming experience and techniques and crop diversification...

A MIDDLE-aged East Bank taxi driver, said to be a drug addict, yesterday relieved a policeman, who happens to be his cousin, of his...

THE Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) will roll out its 7th cycle of continuous registration today.And persons will be allowed to register for the first...

WITH the aroma of Sujata curry filling the National Park Tarmac, King’s annual Duck Curry competition tantalised the taste buds of hundreds of persons...