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Friday, January 19, 2018

As controversy surrounding the circumstances under which government has moved to rent a medical bond facility continues, a trade unionist known for his outspokenness says the administration is exhibiting double standards and an unwillingness to uphold the standards of...

Omar Shariff, the Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of the Presidency sent on administrative leave to facilitate a probe, is roundly denying allegations of wrongdoing and claims that he has billions of dollars in several commercial banks. Shariff sent a...

Former speaker of the National Assembly Ralph Ramkarran says the highly controversial medical storage bond deal government has entered with Linden Holdings Inc. will see Guyanese losing more than $9M per month, and when taken in its entirety, reeks...

The Ministry of Finance in a statement on Saturday said it notes with absolute disgust a report in the Guyana Times, captioned; “Govt hikes taxes on steel imports”, August 11, 2016, which asserts that the import tax on steel would...

Finance Minister Winston Jordan today cleared the air on the “travel restriction” issue for persons who have not paid off their University of Guyana student loan, saying no such travel ban is in effect. Speaking at a press conference at...

(Washington Post) LUANDA, Angola — As the price of oil rose earlier this decade, this capital city did as well. Glass skyscrapers soared above the rubble of a 27-year civil war. American pop stars such as Mariah Carey were flown...

The games of the xxxi Olympiad were declared open in spectacular fashion on 5 August, as host city Rio de Janeiro welcomed the world to what promises to be an incredible two weeks in the latest chapter of the...

The Guyana Power and Light Inc. said on Thursday the total electricity shutdown experienced in the Demerara Berbice Interconnected System on July 12 was due to a fault on a submarine cable offshore Kingston and not damage at the...

The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) said on Monday disruption of internet connectivity to airlines in Guyana is due to the failure of the Americas-11 cable system near the shore of Martinique. GTT said the cable consortium has been...

Exxon Mobil Corporation announced an estimated second quarter 2016 earnings of $1.7 billion, or $0.41 per diluted share, compared with $4.2 billion a year earlier, in a press statement Friday. The results reflect sharply lower commodity prices, weaker refining...

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