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Monthly Archives: July 2018

TOMORROW marks the 180th Anniversary of the historic occasion of the Emancipation of Slavery that occurred on August 1, 1838. It brought to an end in...

Dear Editor, FROM the mightiest perch of all time and like a God who knows it all “Krauss” honed in on Guyana and in one fell...

Dear Editor, If there are people who need to be specially celebrated and recognised in the world, it is our African brothers and sisters. They are...

THE youth arm of the Alliance for Change (AFC) political party, the Youth For Change (YFC) has launched a campaign that seeks to stamp...

By Gabriella Chapman AUGUST 1, 2018, Guyana will observe Emancipation Day with celebrations across the country to commemorate the abolition of slavery in 1834. Emancipation...

- Mayor says follow guidelines or leave OFFICERS have been objecting to the new system for revenue collection at the municipal markets, but Mayor Patricia...

- Street vending policy foremost on agenda HAVING been appointed the new chairman of the Markets and Public Health Committee, Councillor Trichria Richards has said...

WHEN we see young people in advocacy, we must appreciate and give recognition to their efforts in making people’s lives better and making their...

TOWN Clerk Royston King has lamented that the Mayor and City Council (M&CC) has failed to set up a National Capital Planning Commission, recommended...

…says CWSS Principal on acquiring 6th form status THE Christianburg Wismar Secondary School (CWSS) in Region 10 has achieved Sixth Form status, and now joins...