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Friday, January 19, 2018

An eight year-old St. Lucian Cub Scout currently in Guyana for the 14th Caribbean Cuboree is in critical but stable condition following an accident which occurred on Tuesday afternoon in the vicinity of the Scout Association of Guyana’s (SAG)...

July 11 marks two years since Copa Airlines began operating in Guyana. During this time the Airline has been able to expand its service and strengthen its partnership with a number of individuals and groups in the country, a press release...

A heavily armed gang of Spanish-speaking men are reportedly terrorizing Guyanese villagers in a Region 7 border village with Venezuela. The gang is said to be aided by one Guyanese. Reports reaching NewsNow indicate that the men, whom villagers say...

Guyana’s Head-of-State, President David Granger is scheduled to meet with his Surinamese counterpart, President Desi Bouterse, in Paramaribo today. Discussions are expected to be focused on continental, regional and bilateral issues. President Granger will be accompanied by Minister of...

The climb in the price of gold following the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union could help Guyana surpass its production target. Gold rose on Monday, staying close to the more than two-year high hit on Friday...

Guyana will soon have a coordinated Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) regarding oil spills prepared through a multi-stakeholder workshop currently underway. The workshop is being hosted by the Civil Defence Commission (CDC) with assistance from the United States (US) Southern...

The Guyana Oil Company (GUYOIL) has come in for high praise for its significant contributions to the economy over the years. Minister of Finance, Winston Jordan, said with challenges often faced by government in the financing of its “Good...

A US $524,000 contract signed today would cater for an Information Communication Technology (ICT) needs assessment project to be executed in Guyana’s rural and hinterland areas. This baseline ICT study will define, among other things, what infrastructure, technical capacity,...

The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) said on Thursday it supports the rights of workers and joins its Union in rallying for continuous, improved working conditions. However, its leadership, the company stated, has made it clear that it...

“Painting the Spectrum 12,” SASOD’s twelfth annual lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) film festival 2016 opens this today, for nine ‘edutaining’ evenings of thought-provoking films and post-screening discussions at the Dutch Bottle Café, 10 North Road, Bourda. In a press...

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