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Monthly Archives: May 2017

  By Guy Ryder, Director-General of the International Labour Organization (ILO) CLIMATE change is the result of human activity. That activity is, for the most part,...

-cocaine-in-timber suspects were on CANU radar for three months -15 witnesses to testify   AFTER three months of surveillance and investigation by the Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU),...

-- as probe deepens into trafficking of Haitians here THE KEY players involved in the Trafficking In Persons (TIP) ring to smuggle several Haitians,...

THE Court of Appeal on Tuesday granted Attorney General Basil Williams leave to appeal to the Caribbean Court of Justice decision it made earlier...

– Harmon says climate, sectoral policies still not integrated LACK of integration and coordination between climate policies and other sectoral policies have been identified by...

A RELATIVELY low turnout of sugar workers is hindering GuySuCo’s chance of reaching its first crop target of 74,172 tonnes of sugar, GuySuCo Public...

SEVERAL public servants are benefiting from the 4th edition of Spanish courses being held under a cultural agreement between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs...

TIMOTHY Bhagwandin, a food vendor of Triumph, East Coast Demerara (ECD) was robbed of one Samsung Galaxy S4 cellular phone valued $36,000 by two...

EMOTIONAL in tone, Village Toshao of Chenapau Edward Mc Garrell related that his people were treated like criminals after they were arrested on Sunday...

NEW Amsterdam vendor, 51-year-old Maria Sampson, died at her Lot 54 Angoy’s Avenue home on Tuesday afternoon, five months after she was involved in...