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Govt. seeking higher turnout for November LGE

With a dismal 43 percent voter turnout at the last Local Government Elections (LGE) held in 2016, the Government of...

$93M approved for rehabilitation of several police stations in Berbice

The sum of $93Million has been approved for the rehabilitation of the Central Police Station at New Amsterdam, and police...

GUYOIL reduces fuel prices

Amidst public outcry over the increased price for fuel at the nation’s pumps, the Guyana Oil Company Ltd (GUYOIL) has...

State closes case in $600M larceny charge against Dr. Jennifer Westford

The State, represented by Prosecutors Natasha Backer and Teshanna Lake, this afternoon, closed its case in the $600M larceny charge...

Berbice Bridge wants to increase tolls

Despite generating some $3M per day, the Berbice Bridge Company Inc. (BBCI) says that it is not making any profits...

Probe launched as plane with false registration lands at CJIA

An investigation has been launched after a privately chartered aircraft, with what appeared to be a false registration number, landed...

Pandit, son found dead following suspected home invasion

A bizarre double murder of a father and his son in their Campbellsville, Georgetown home has left relatives in tears...

Going forward … Guyana has no excuse if it repeats another ExxonMobil contract...

The Guyana-ExxonMobil Production Sharing Agreement (PSA) has been criticized at length for its appalling weaknesses. With lessons learned from that...

GMSA expresses concern over state of hinterland roads

Members of the Guyana Manufacturing and Services Association (GMSA) are concerned about the deteriorating state of hinterland roads. In the entity’s...

Sand prices at the pits… GGMC Head dismisses claims of looming royalty increase

One of the major reasons for the increase in sand prices at the pits along the Soesdyke/Linden Highway, was talks...

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