In wake of rising cases, Caribbean economies urged to invest in infrastructure to secure...

In the face of rising COVID-19 cases, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is cautioning that Caribbean economies will need more...

With new COVID-19 outbreaks, recovery of regional trade still uncertain-IDB

After a drop in the value of exports by 16 percent in the first half of 2020, the Inter-American Development...

BK’s pussyfooting on $826.7M Yarrowkabra School will now affect 600 students – Ministry

Because of a contractor’s inability to meet deadlines in the construction of a school, some 600 students will now be...

Jagdeo’s claim about failed efforts to have dialogue with Coalition is a “shameful, barefaced”...

Leader of the main Parliamentary Opposition, Joseph Harmon is up in arms over comments made by the Vice President (VP)...

PPP MP denies being dual citizen; mulls legal action against Sherod Duncan

Government Member of Parliament (MP), Alister Charlie has refuted claims made by the Opposition, that he is a dual citizen....

Services of Finance Secretary terminated without any reason

Without any reason given, the Guyana Government yesterday terminated the services of the country’s Finance Secretary, Michael Basil Joseph. In a...

“Always demonstrate a positive attitude to Public Service” – President Ali

President Dr Irfaan Ali has urged the nation's public servants to hold their roles in high esteem and maintain a...

TNM Fallout: Norton says party was ‘pawn’ in a PPP Chess game; touts for...

People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) Executive Member, Aubrey Norton is of the opinion that the fallout between members of The...

TNM founding member, others leave party over allegations of financier takeover

Dr Josh Kanhai, a founding member of The New Movement (TNM) political party, has called it quits. He submitted his...

Coaltion claims PPP/C gov’t fired over 500 Afro-Guyanese workers

See full statement below from the A Partnership for National Unity + Alliance for Change (APNU+AFC): Tuesday 10th November 2020 marks...

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