Mandatory quarantine reduces to 4 days

Mandatory quarantine reduces to 4 days

4 mandatory quarantine days for incoming passengers on commercial airlines. Read more

Prime Minister promises radical change in youth programmes

Prime Minister promises radical change in youth programmes

Prime Minister, Dr the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell, is promising radical changes to improve the impact of government initiated programmes to promote youth empowerment and devel

Government clarifies leaked internal circular on allowances

Government clarifies leaked internal circular on allowances

The Government of Grenada advises that the leaked internal circular on the temporary suspension of some allowances, which was circulated to Permanent Secretaries and Heads of Depar

Government pushing ahead with plans for 2021 Budget

Government pushing ahead with plans for 2021 Budget

The Government of Grenada is pushing ahead with plans for the 2021 budget despite the economic uncertainties created by the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more

 US$9B Payara project gets ‘green light’

US$9B Payara project gets ‘green light’

AFTER weeks of intense consultations and negotiations, the Government of Guyana has granted approval for global oil giants, ExxonMobil to commence its US$9 billion Payara Developme

 Evidence from Berbice teens’ murder sent to St. Lucia for analysis

Evidence from Berbice teens’ murder sent to St. Lucia for analysis

EVIDENCE gathered from investigations into the murders of West Coast Berbice teenagers Isaiah Henry, Joel Henry and Haresh Singh has been sent to St. Lucia for analysis, President

 VAT on exports reversed, over 100 licence fees reduced

VAT on exports reversed, over 100 licence fees reduced

THE Value-Added Tax (Amendment) Bill and several others passed in the National Assembly on Monday will bring financial relief to Guyanese in keeping with the PPP/C Government Manif

International Day of Older Persons 1 October

International Day of Older Persons 1 October

The year 2020 marks the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations and the 30th Anniversary of the International Day of Older Persons. This year has also seen an emergence of COVID-19,

Historic California law establishes path to reparations for Black people, descendants of slaves

Historic California law establishes path to reparations for Black people, descendants of slaves

California on Wednesday became the first state to adopt a law paving the way for Black residents and descendants of slaves to receive reparation payments. Read more

The pandemic: Clusters in NYC growing at an alarming rate

The pandemic: Clusters in NYC growing at an alarming rate

The outer-borough COVID spike is growing. City Hall revealed late Wednesday that the major southern Brooklyn coronavirus outbreak cluster now spans from Brighton Beach all the way

CARICOM Youth Ambassadors’ Message – Caribbean Youth Day

CARICOM Youth Ambassadors’ Message – Caribbean Youth Day

The theme of this year’s Caribbean Youth Day is Vision 2020: Caribbean Youth, Crafting One Vision, a statement that highlights our youth’s commitment to furthering the

People over 60 have been hardest hit by COVID-19 in the Americas

People over 60 have been hardest hit by COVID-19 in the Americas

Health systems in the Americas are not adequately responding to the needs of older adults and must be adapted in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, say experts at the Pan American Hea

Listen to older people’s ‘suggestions and ideas’ for more inclusive societies, urges UN chief

Listen to older people’s ‘suggestions and ideas’ for more inclusive societies, urges UN chief

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the world is reckoning with the disproportionate and severe impact that the virus has wrought on the “health…rights and well being”

LIVE: UN chief, Prince Charles, rally ‘coalition of the willing’ to end biodiversity destruction

LIVE: UN chief, Prince Charles, rally ‘coalition of the willing’ to end biodiversity destruction

Here's our special LIVE coverage of the UN Summit on Biodiversity, where activists and senior UN officials are calling for urgent action on biodiversity, to help ensure su

Guterres urges more countries to step up and fund global pandemic  vaccine effort

Guterres urges more countries to step up and fund global pandemic vaccine effort

The UN Secretary-General on Wednesday called for all nations to provide further urgently needed funds – the equivalent of the total spent on cigarettes worldwide every two we

CUBA | THE US INTENSIFIES ITS CAMPAIGN AGAINST CUBAN DOCTORS INTERNATIONALLY

CUBA | THE US INTENSIFIES ITS CAMPAIGN AGAINST CUBAN DOCTORS INTERNATIONALLY

HAVANA, Cuba, September 30, 2020 - The Cuban government has lashed out at the United States government in condemnation of its campaign to discredit Cuba’s international medic

 President Ali calls for debt relief, concessional financing

President Ali calls for debt relief, concessional financing

THE novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, already a dire health emergency, is widening economic constraints experienced by countries around the world, said the President, Dr. Irfa

 Over 2,000 arrested for pandemic  breaches

Over 2,000 arrested for pandemic breaches

MORE than 2,000 persons have been arrested for violating regulations aimed at curbing the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), police have confirmed. Read more