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ExxonMobil’s Local Content Advisor never wrote or instituted a policy in his life

Consultations on the strengths and weaknesses of Guyana’s draft local content policy are yet to begin. But this has not...

ExxonMobil will not be contributing to election campaigns in Guyana-Brasington

Over the last two years, several local activists have expressed serious concern about the capacity of USA oil giant, ExxonMobil...

Invest oil money in education– TT Professor urges Govt

President of the University of Trinidad and Tobago, Professor Sarim Al-Zubaidy believes that Guyana should invest a substantial part of...

US$950M Demerara River Crossing Project can make or break Guyana’s economy -Nandlall warns

If the coalition administration is not careful, then its US$950M Demerara River Crossing Project can break Guyana’s comparatively small, relatively...

Minister Jordan sues Edghill $200M for Malicious Prosecution

Finance Minister, Winston Jordan is suing Opposition Member of Parliament, Juan Edghill for damages of $200M. Jordan is suing because Edghill...

Corruption in Guyana’s corporate world a nightmare-Jagdeo

All and sundry seem fixated with corruption in the government. But when the spotlight is placed on the corporate world,...

Contractor to fix deteriorating $70M Baramita Airstrip

Amidst growing concerns by pilots and passengers, the recently upgraded Baramita Airstrip is set for another upgrade. This is despite...

Drafting of Guyana’s National REDD+ Strategy begins

Work has begun to draft a National Strategy for Guyana to implement Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+). A...

Ex-police, who kidnapped pensioner, gets bail

A former member of the Guyana Police Force (GPF) was today charged and released on $60,000 bail, for allegedly demanding...

Babysitter charged for burning 6-year-old with iron

A woman, who was hired to take care of a six-year-old boy, was today charged for allegedly burning his hands...

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