Guyana has much to be proud of – Teixeira tells Lindeners
Guyana has much to be proud about, Presidential Advisor, Gail Teixeira said in her feature address at the flag raising ceremony in Linden on Saturday to commemorate Guyana's 44th anniversary as a Republic. Gail Teixeira (centre), flanked by Regional ...
Guyanese nominated for T&T literary prizeStabroek News(Trinidad Express) Poet Roger Robinson, novelist Robert Antoni and writer Carole Boyce Davies represent Trinidad and Tobago alongside writers from four other Caribbean countries on the long list...Read More »
Persaud seeks GOA intervention
Embattled Guyana Football Federation (GFF) vice president Ivan Persaud has written the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) seeking the association's intervention in the administration of football within the GFF. Persaud, who is at odds with the GFF over ...
Corruption and the dichotomy of fairness
The 2014 Winter Olympic Games recently ended and although Guyana did not participate in these Games, they did reveal some very relevant issues particularly with respect to fairness and corruption. The Olympic Charter states: “The practice of sport is a ...
New E-Report: Guyana Makes its Case for BPO Investment
With a large English-speaking population and very competitive labor costs, Guyana's outsourcing industry is primed for strong growth, the latest E-Report by Nearshore Americas has discovered. A former British colony with a population of under 1.5 ...
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Guyana's Steady Climb to Outsourcing Respectability
With a large English-speaking population and labor costs far below those in the Philippines, Guyana is well positioned to attract large foreign investment in its outsourcing industry. The latest white paper by Nearshore Americas reveals the measures ...
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US extends republic anniversary greetings to GuyanaStabroek NewsAccording to a statement, Kerry noted that the United States and Guyana share a dynamic partnership based on common interests and aspirations for peace, democracy, and respect for universa...Read More »
Guyana, EU hold political dialogueStabroek NewsThe Guyana Government and the European Union (EU) engaged in discussions on bilateral, regional and international issues of mutual concern on February 19 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The talks repre...Read More »
The police force needs complete overhaulingStabroek NewsWhat is happening in the Guyana Police Force will not stop until it is completely overhauled. The GPF is festering; the nation has become its victims; and the administrators are inept and cannot t...Read More »
More judges in Guyana to cut backlog of cases
GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) — Guyana has increased the number of judges to tackle the country's daunting backlog of civil and criminal caseloads. The number of judges eligible to sit in Guyana's high court has been boosted from 11 to 20. President ...
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