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Minister Trotman says BOSAI unrest resolved

Georgetown, Guyana – (August 7, 2015) - Minister of Governance with responsibility for Natural Resources and the Environment, Raphael Trotman has disclosed that an agreement has  been reached between the BOSAI Minerals Company and its workers for them to stay on the job and work eight hours daily instead of 12 hours in an effort to prevent retrenchment.

Finance Minister Establishing Strict Accountability Systems for Travel Allowances

Minister of Finance Winston Jordan

Georgetown, Guyana (August 7, 2015) - The Minister of Finance, Winston Jordan, today lashed out at the Guyana Times for continuing to peddle misinformation regarding out of pocket allowances for Ministers and Government officials, despite his efforts to clarify the issue.

Another Rigged Amerindian Village Captain Election at Capoey Lake

In Guyana, the word ‘’village captain elections’’ has become synonymous with fraud.Nowhere in the Amerindian communities and villages,not even among the most fanatic of supporters of the now elected captain of Capoey,can anyone be found who will declare unequivocally that the 28th July,2015 election were free or that the results represent the will of the people.The first

US to Provide Technical Support for Secure Document Production even as Guyana Pushes to Decentralise Passport Services

Minister of Citizenship, Winston Felix and US Chargé d' Affaires to Guyana, Bryan Hunt

Georgetown, Guyana- (August 06, 2015) - The United States, through its Embassy in Guyana is looking to strengthen cooperation in border security under the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative, support possible areas of training.

President Granger is still willing to hold talks with Venezuelan President Nicholas Maduro

President David Granger

In a press briefing yesterday(August 6, 2015) President David Granger said that he is still willing to hold talks with Venezuelan President, Nicholas Maduro.

Burnham’s Rich Legacy Remembered at 30th Death Anniversary

President Burnham's Mausoleum at the Seven Ponds in the Botanical Gardens and some of the attendees at today’s ceremony

Georgetown, Guyana – (August 6, 2015) - President David Granger today paid tribute to the Guyana’s first Executive President, Linden Forbes Sampson Burnham, O.E., S.C, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of his death.

"Social Cohesion is Integral to National Development" Minister Ally Tells Lindeners

Minister of Social Cohesion, Amna Ally

Georgetown, Guyana - (August 06, 2015) - Minister of Social Cohesion, Amna Ally on Wednesday, August 05, 2015 took the message of social cohesion to the mining town of Linden, Region 10, Upper Demerara- Upper Berbice, telling those present that the time has come for all Guyanese to work to achieve national unity and togetherness.

South Carolina Man Perry Lee Holloway is the New U.S. Ambassador to Guyana

Ambassador to Guyana Perry Lee Holloway

Perry Lee Holloway was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on August 05, 2015 as the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Cooperative Republic of Guyana.

30th Anniversary of the death of President Linden Forbes Sampson Burnham

Linden Forbes Sampson Burnham

It has been 30 years since the death of Guyana’s first Prime Minister and first Executive President Linden Forbes Sampson Burnham. President Burnham died at the tender age of 62 at around 10:45 am on August 06, 1985 at the Georgetown Public hospital.

Blackout woes hit Essequibo hard

Without a healthy, sustainable energy, there can be no production, factories, business, fisheries, ports, and transportation routes carry the region‘s commerce. For the past weeks, Essequibians have been feeling the heat with frequent blackouts, some lasting for 12 hours or more. When the Wartsila goes down, our lights and business go out.

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Countdown to Benab reconstruction promise

515 days, 12 hours, 40 minutes since the Benab (Umana Yana) was destroyed by fire. Citizens await rebuilding.

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