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Kaieteur News

Kaieteur News

One of largest daily newspapers published in Guyana. Kaieteur News is a privately owned daily newspaper published in Guyana, South America. 

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Guyana Chronicle

Stabroek News

Stabroek News

The Stabroek News is a privately owned newspaper published in Guyana founded by David DeCaires. It was first published in November 1986, first as a weekly but it later changed to a daily print newspaper. The entry of the paper into the mass media in Guyana brought a new openness to the media environment in the country.

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Demerara Waves

Guyana Times

Guyana Times

Guyana Times The Beacon of Truth

  • Govt commits to helping riverine communities transport & market agri produce – Pres Ali
    by GTIMES on May 26, 2024 at 10:05 am

    – says Demerara River will return to days of prolific agri-trade The Dr Irfaan Ali-led Government has committed to helping communities along the Demerara River not only to transport their goods, but also in their actual agricultural production and in finding markets for their produce. During a visit on Saturday to Sand Hill Village, Upper The […]

  • Govt selects potential partner to monetize gas resources – VP Jagdeo
    by GTIMES on May 26, 2024 at 10:04 am

    – will enter tripartite agreement once Cabinet approval granted The Guyana Government is moving at full steam to monetize the country’s gas resources, and Vice President Dr Bharrat Jagdeo has disclosed that a company has already been shortlisted as a potential investment partner. In making this disclosure during his most recent press […]

  • 40 more Indigenous women certified to work in maritime sector
    by GTIMES on May 26, 2024 at 10:03 am

    A total of 40 Indigenous women from Regions Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni) and Nine (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo) are now equipped to work and enhance Guyana’s Maritime sector. This was made possible through a fully-funded scholarship between the Office of the First Lady and the Atlantic Maritime and Offshore Training Institute (AAMOTI). This aligns […]

  • New Forest to get electricity for 1st time by July – Finance Minister assures residents
    by GTIMES on May 26, 2024 at 10:02 am

    – as Govt moves aggressively to electrify remote, unserved areas As Government continues its multi-pronged approach to expanding energy infrastructure across the country, and especially to unserved and remote areas, Finance Minister Dr. Ashni Singh on Saturday announced that Government would be providing electricity to New Forest in East Canje, […]

  • GPL to roll out smart grid system to combat electricity theft, reduce overall losses
    by GTIMES on May 26, 2024 at 10:01 am

    – to add 245 megawatts to national grid by year-end The Guyana Power and Light Inc. (GPL) continues to face severe challenges relative to electricity losses, which currently stand at approximately 25 per cent of its output. To address this issue, the company is relying on a smart grid system which would be established under The post GPL to roll […]

  • What …Independence?
    by GTIMES on May 26, 2024 at 9:55 am

    We’re commemorating the 58th Anniversary of our Independence from Britain today!! Imagine that!! Babies born in that year are approaching retirement!! But these anniversaries force us to think about what it must’ve been back then; so, here goes! And it ain’t just a matter of nostalgia, cause no matter how hard we try, we cannot The post […]

  • Degutting Independence
    by GTIMES on May 26, 2024 at 9:50 am

    The decision by the PNC to boycott this year’s official commemoration of Independence Day has precipitated this meditation. During their rule over their empire, on which “the sun never set”, the British insisted that, unlike the white “settler colonies” such as Australia or Canada, the ones populated by non-European “natives” had to […]

  • Wismar: Ethnic cleansing, bomb, and closure
    by GTIMES on May 26, 2024 at 9:45 am

    Today we commemorate the “Independence” given to the PNC Government by Britain in 1966, after engineering the latter’s victory in the Dec 7, 1964 elections. But 1964, and specifically May 25-26, 1964, also marks the silencing of a rupture in the history of Guyana, and, more specifically, the history of the relations between African- and The […]

  • End of Indentureship (Pt 1)
    by GTIMES on May 26, 2024 at 9:40 am

    By Ravi Dev Some would treat the end of Indentureship as analogous to the Emancipation of enslaved Africans. Nothing could be further from the reality. While the lived experience of the indentured Indians was unquestionably brutal, they were not chattel, and possessed rights even though cribbed by contract and ordinances. Most critically, each […]

    by GTIMES on May 26, 2024 at 9:35 am

    Over the years, during every whelping season, I am confronted with requests from anxious pet owners whose mother dogs have deposited litters that they abandoned soon after birth. We have already delineated, in a previous “Pet Care” column, the possible reasons why the dams reject their puppies. There are also regrettable situations in which […]

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