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The project to repair the sinkhole at the Georgetown-Kitty seawall has two phases, one of which is 85 per cent completed, according to Geoffrey Vaughn Permanent Secretary within the Ministry of Public...

Georgetown, Guyana – President David Granger saluted Britain’s support for the development of Guyana’s security sector and its struggle to preserve its sovereignty and territorial integrity. The...

The Minister of Natural Resources Raphael Trotman moved the second reading of the Petroleum Commission Bill in the National Assembly. Minister Trotman moved for the Bill to go to Special Select Committee...

Georgetown, Guyana –President David Granger, for the third time in two years, has announced several adjustments to his Cabinet with Minister of Education, Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine now assuming responsibility...

Cabinet has approved the appointment of two new ambassadors to Guyana. They are His Excellency Najm Us Saqib of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan His Excellency Ambassador Surask Suparat of the Kingdom...

UN Environment is working with the government of Guyana by providing technical support on the elaboration and development of the Green State Development Strategy (GSDS). On Friday at the inaugural Green...

DPI/GINA, GUYANA, Tuesday, May 30, 2017 The Liliendaal Bridge re-opened today with the addition of walkways on both sides of the structure, catering for pedestrians. The bridge had shown signs of imminent...

Works on the Kitty seawall sinkhole project are moving apace, and are expected to be completed in June. The sinkhole developed near the Kitty pump station last December, and a $127.1M contract was subsequently...

Deputy Director General of the Civil Defence Commission (CDC), Major Kester Craig said flood waters have receded off the land in Region Eight, but water in the Ireng River remains high. Several farmlands...

First Lady, Mrs. Sandra Granger, urged the Guyana Dental Association to make their footprint more visible through high standards of professionalism and continuous education. The First Lady, who was invited...