Stabroek News2588 documented Venezuelans in GuyanaStabroek NewsThere are a total of 2,588 documented Venezuelan migrants in Guyana and the Ministry of the Presidency has said that the government is working to support them. The figure was released yeste...Read More »
Guyana Goldfields aims for strong finish to 2018
Guyana Goldfields (TSX: GUY) has played down its third quarter results with president and CEO Scott Caldwell confident of ending the year “with our strongest quarter to date”. Guyana Goldfields aims for strong finish to 2018. Guyana Goldfields' Aurora ...
Gov't says making plans for long-term support for Venezuelan migrants
The Government says it is making plans for long-term support for Venezuelan migrants, 2,588 of who have so far been documented in Guyana. A release from the Ministry of the Presidency follows: ...
Guyana expects increased marine traffic with availability of high-tech nautical maps, charts – Demerara Waves Online News Guyana
Demerara Waves Online News GuyanaGuyana expects increased marine traffic with availability of high-tech nautical maps, chartsDemerara Waves Online News GuyanaMARAD said now that the survey has been conducted, Guyana would now “benefit significantly” fr...Read More »
Mariners can now get updated nautical maps and charts to aid them in navigating part of the Demerara River safely through a British-funded US$1.1 million hydrographic survey, paving the way for increased traffic of boats and ships with larger amounts of cargo, the Maritime Administration (MARAD) said Tuesday. “The first phase of the project entailed …Read More »
CGX Energy Inc. has announced their intention to contribute to the capacity building of Berbice residents in the oil and gas sector. Dr. Suresh Narine, Executive Chairman of CGX Energy Inc., announced that 30 Guyanese from the Berbice area will be trained in geo-chemistry. He remarked that the decision comes at the time when the …Read More »
Ban sugar-sweetened drinks from school areas; integrate school-feeding strategy to fight deadly diseases
Caribbean governments are being urged to ban sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) from school environments and integrate the health, education and agriculture ministries, in an effort to reduce stem the scourge of non-communicable diseases such as diabetes. President of the Healthy Caribbean Coalition, Sir Trevor Hassell issued the call at the Caribbean Week of Agriculture (CWA) 2018 …Read More »
Govt offers teachers pay increases for 2016, 2018 but no word on 2017; amount increased for de-bunching
The Guyana government is offering teachers a 10 percent salary increase for 2016, eight percent for 2018, and GY$350 million to adjust some salary scales, a Guyana Teachers’ Union official confirmed Monday night. Asked about the fact that no mention was made of a salary hike for 2017, a senior union official said on condition …Read More »
Guyana: Government, union hold talks amid reports of another strike by teachers – St. Lucia News Online
St. Lucia News OnlineGuyana: Government, union hold talks amid reports of another strike by teachersSt. Lucia News Online(CMC) – The Guyana government Monday reportedly made a new offer to teachers who earlier this year embarked on industrial action ov...Read More »
Town hall meeting answered urgent questions
Sept. 29, town hall meeting at York College, was clearly a success, since many pressing questions were answered by Guyana's VP and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge, who, after issuing his statement to the United Nations 73rd GA, and a hectic ...