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Monthly Archives: July 2015

FOLLOWING receipt of many complaints by motorists concerning daily police harassment, Traffic Chief Ian Amsterdam has advised members of the public not to give...

THE Government of Jamaica announced, yesterday, the launch of the country’s first electronic procurement platform, which will improve the efficiency and quality of public...

THE Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Go-Invest, Mr Keith Burrowes, confirmed yesterday that he has resigned from the entity, and he says that his...

THE body of 76-year-old cattle farmer Henry Lallman, called ‘Benimal’ was on Thursday afternoon discovered in a shallow grave at Lot 34 Kingstown in...

A Ministry of Education press release has said that the Technical, Vocational and Education Training (TVET) Centres are poised to continue providing quality training...

PRESIDENT David Granger has issued a call for the reformation of the Education system in the Caribbean to ensure that regional graduates are equipped...

Courts Guyana Inc. celebrated the Emancipation anniversary with staff, patrons and friends yesterday at its Main Street operations. Patrons were greeted by drumming after which...

  THE St. Joseph Mercy Hospital School of Nursing has graduated its 64th batch of Registered Nurses (RNs), and the efforts of the 17 medical...

THE Government of Guyana yesterday donated $2 million to the African Cultural and Development Association (ACDA) for the hosting of Emancipation celebrations.According to a...

THE Audit Office of Guyana has uncovered undocumented purchases of fuel and lubricants by the Central Housing and Planning Authority (CHPA) in 2013 amounting...