Electronic devices to be allowed in Schools

Electronic devices to be allowed in Schools

Secondary school students may soon be using I-Pads and similar electronic devices in the classroom to access learning materials.   According to Head of the Management Information Systems (MIS), Yoganand Indarsingh, this is as a result of the students across eighty-two secondary schools in Regions Two, Three, Four, Five and Six being able to now(…)

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Gold likely to surpass production target

Gold likely to surpass production target

Gold declaration is 94% more than it was at this time last year and remains on track to surpass the 555,000 ounces projected target.   According to Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotman, gold declarations for the first quarter of the year stood at 161,942 ounces. Declaration could reach 600,000 ounces for 2016.   Trotman(…)

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Jaguars Franchise League serving intended purpose- TDO

Jaguars Franchise League serving intended purpose- TDO

By Avenash Ramzan   Territorial Development Officer (TDO) of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB), Colin Stuart, believes the Jaguars Franchise League Three-day competition is serving its intended purpose with the selectors being able to witness a large pool of players in action from which to choose the national team.   In an exclusive interview with(…)

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Police Inspector charged for having sexual relations with child

Police Inspector charged for having sexual relations with child

By Royan Abrams A Police Inspector has found himself on the other side of the law when he appeared at the New Amsterdam Magistrates Court to answer to the charges of having sexual activity with a child and also indecent assault against the child.   45-year-old Police Inspector, Joseph Anthon of Stanleytown, New Amsterdam Berbice(…)

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