US$15M for legal fees

— Minister Greenidge says remainder of Exxon bonus for urgent technical training THE David Granger Administration has set aside US$15M, from the US$18M Singing Bonus, for legal fees in the event the Guyana/Venezuela Border Controversy is referred to the International Court of Justice (ICJ). This announcement was made by Vice President and Minister of Foreign

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468 graduate from CPCE

— President urges collaborative work to solve problems in education sector PRESIDENT David Granger on Thursday charged the 2017 graduating class of the Cyril Potter College of Education (CPCE) to focus their energies on serving and loving their country passionately. He said those who embrace the teaching profession are pivotal to realising the aspiration of quality

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“It’s a very real risk”

–foreign affairs minister on signing bonus being made public GUYANA’S Minister of Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge has noted the “very real risk” of the US$18M signing bonus being ventilated in the public to Venezuela’s advantage in the border controversy. This is even as the country anxiously awaits the United Nations Secretary General commitment to

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Citizens, stabilisation, infrastructure

— Jordan outlines three-pronged approach for spending of oil money CABINET has finally given the nod of approval to a three-pronged proposal on how best to utilise the proposed Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF). This was disclosed on Thursday by Minister of Finance, Winston Jordan, at the closing of a four-day Workshop for Review of Preliminary

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New RDC building, river ambulances, bus for Region10

REGION 10 is earmarked to benefit from a 32-seater bus, river ambulances and a number of road repairs in 2018, in addition to a spanking new $267M Regional Democratic Council (RDC) building within two years. This is according to Minister within the Ministry of Communities, Valerie Patterson-Yearwood as she successfully defended the region’s $3.4B allocation

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Toddler found dead in Mocha trench

THE body of a one-year-old girl cladded in napkin was discovered floating in a trench after her 23-year-old mother reported her missing at the Mocha Police Outpost and Providence Police Station Wednesday night. Dead is Amiah Eastman. Her body was retrieved from a trench at Barnwell North Mocha, East Bank of Demerara, a short distance

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We have to follow the steps to create the discourse of science

NOTHING is wrong with the minds of Guyanese toward their application to scientific dialogue, except that the process in the human consciousness that developed the early foundations of scientific thinking have scantly been a part of our formative daily discourse at any level. I’ve covered aspects of this in previous articles, but my brother Elton

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Buzzing this Weekend

It seems we’re going to have a lot of Caribbean artistes gracing us with their presence in the Land of Many Waters this weekend, so it’s going to be one pumped up couple of days! And that’s just a few of the things going on this weekend. It all starts with Destra tonight when she

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Diana Chapman aims for the stars To audition for ‘The Voice’

THIS vivacious mother of one is all about being successful and to continue down that path, one must have a positive outlook and the will to succeed. Success is what Diana Chapman strives for above all. The young, ambitious artist is a resident of Amelia’s Ward, Linden and is making strides, among which includes auditioning

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Recoup and Rejuvenate!

Jackie Jaxx returns to the music scene AT the turn of 2017, ‘Jackie Jaxx’ Hanover was as “out there” as any other public figure. After all, that was what her career was all about- being on stage, being seen, and interacting with the public. But somewhere along the road, the hype of popularity became overwhelming,

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