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As part of government’s efforts to tackle the scourge of suicide in Guyana, several initiatives have been launched, in this regard on Monday February 15, 2016, the Schools Welfare Unit of the Department of Education – Georgetown, held the...

The Jubilee children’s Mashramani competitions are ongoing with the well -anticipated finals slated for February 17 to 20, 2016. According to the Ministry of Education special emphasis is being placed on increasing participation and improving the quality of the 2016...

The Guyana Telephone & Telegraph Company (GTT) under its new “DO MORE” brand, today unveiled its partnership with the Ministry of Education to host this year’s Children Costume Parade. The company in a press release said it is onboard with...

As budget 2016 continues in the National Assembly today, the topic of sport and youth empowerment became areas of contention, as opposition Member of Parliament (MP), Neil Kumar and Minister with responsibility for Sport, Nicolette Henry shared opposing views,...

  The Ministry of Education said today the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) will be held on Wednesday April 27 and Thursday April 28, 2016. The ministry, in a statement, said it has decided to extend the dates by one month...

While there has been an increase in the number of persons receiving treatment for HIV/AIDS, Region four remains the focus of the National AIDS Program Secretariat (NAPS) as it is still the region that is mostly affected by the...

During his induction as Patron of the Scout Association of Guyana (SAG), President David Granger announced that government will be making an annual contribution of $1.2M to the scouting body. This announcement was made on Saturday during the 106th anniversary...

Some 12 Guyanese who will soon depart Guyana as a part of the Chevening Scholarship programme have been urged to hold the new APNU+AFC government accountable and not become bureaucrats on their return. This charge was delivered by former Director...

The Ministry of Education on Thursday released the results of the May/June 2015 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) which saw a private school - Saraswati Vidya Niketan (SVN) coveting several of the top spots including top student. Seventeen year old...

Minister of State Joseph Harmon has revealed that Guyana along with several other CARICOM countries will be taking a firm stance against the imposition of a fee increase by the Hugh Wooding Law School (HWLS) in Trinidad and Tobago. The...

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