GRA wants Police to investigate Email leak

The Guyana Revenue Authority and its Commissioner General want the Police to launch a full scale investigation into the leak of “sensitive correspondence” from the GRA. The Revenue Authority’s newest call is in response to the disclosure of several emails which were allegedly sent by the Commissioner General of the Guyana Revenue Authority to the […]

Guyana and Barbados to establish Trade Missions

Guyana and Barbados on Friday inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) aimed at establishing Trade Missions between the two countries. The MOU was signed by Keith Burrowes, Chief Executive Officer, Guyana Office for Investment and Madaline Headley-Woodroffe, Business Development Officer, Barbados Industrial Development Corporation (BIDC) at the Guy Expo Investment Forum held today at the […]

Guyana needs to cheapen imports and exports -President Ramotar

Guyana’s President, Donald Ramotar, believes that there is the need for importers and exporters to ensure the quality of their products are maintained while adding more value and making the same products more affordable. Speaking at the opening of the GuyExpo Trade Fair and Exhibition on Thursday evening, Mr. Ramotar said the country remains open […]

Miner dies after mining pit caves in at interior location

An investigation has been launched into the death of another miner in the mining community. The Guyana Police Force is reporting that 32-year-old miner Rocklyn Solomon, of Paradise Village, WCB, died just after 12 o’clock on Thursday afternoon when a pit he was working in, caved in and buried him alive. The incident took place […]

Dr. Luncheon rushed to hospital after collapsing at OP

Head of the Presidential Secretariat and Cabinet Secretary Dr. Roger Luncheon was rushed to hospital just after 11:30am on Thursday after he reportedly collapsed and fell at the Office of the President. Emergency Services were called to the Presidential Secretariat just after 11 o clock on Thursday morning.  Several senior Government Officials were at the […]

APNU and AFC recommit to no confidence support and LGE

The Opposition Parties, A Partnership for National Unity and the Alliance For Change have recommitted themselves to the no confidence motion which will be moved against the People’s Progressive Party Civic government later this  month. Leaders and Senior Executive members of the two opposition parties held high level discussions on Wednesday where they “re-affirmed their […]

Mining Toolkit relaunched to guide stakeholders

Stakeholders operating in the mining sector are now better equipped to understand the more than a dozen pieces of legislation that directly and indirectly govern the sector, thanks to the latest edition of the Guyana Mining Information Toolkit (GMIT). The comprehensive mining sector guide was handed over today to Natural Resources and Environment Minister, Robert Persaud by Canadian High […]

Auditor General hands over 2013 Report

Guyana’s Auditor General Deodat Sharma on Tuesday handed over his 2013 report to the Speaker of the National Assembly, Raphael Trotman at Parliament Building. The report is on public accounts for Government Ministries. The report includes Government’s spending for its various Ministries and agencies. The report will be sent to the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), […]

CANU gets mini bus to boost its drug fight

The Customs Anti Narcotics Unit which has been at the forefront of the fight against the narcotics trade has been presented with a spanking new minibus by the Ministry of Home Affairs. The Ministry of Home Affairs on Monday presented CANU with a mini-bus to assist in its transportation needs. According to the Government Information […]