Tag: Essequibo Islands

45 teachers in Region Three complete MoE’s Education Management Certificate Course

45 teachers in Region Three complete MoE’s Education Management Certificate Course

- March 30, 2022

Some forty-five teachers in the Region Three Education District are now equipped with better management skills following the completion of ... Read More

Gov’t development programmes will benefit urban and rural communities – President Ali

Gov’t development programmes will benefit urban and rural communities – President Ali

- March 31, 2021

- Delivers on a commitment made to Leguan residents to build crematorium His Excellency Dr Irfaan Ali today reassured residents of ... Read More

Multi-million $$ maternity unit at Leonora to be operational soon

Multi-million $$ maternity unit at Leonora to be operational soon

- January 20, 2020

―equipped to handle emergency maternity cases DPI, Guyana, Monday, January 20, 2020 A well-equipped and properly staffed maternity unit at ... Read More

A brighter Leguan

A brighter Leguan

- September 12, 2019

─ residents welcome 106 new LED lights DPI, Guyana, Thursday, September 12, 2019 When it comes to increasing safety and ... Read More

Leguan Chips factory to be market for Aliki farmers

Leguan Chips factory to be market for Aliki farmers

- July 2, 2019

DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, July 2, 2019 Aliki farmers will soon have a market for their plantains as the chip processing ... Read More

“Your issues will be addressed” – Min. Felix

“Your issues will be addressed” – Min. Felix

- June 30, 2019

DPI, Guyana, Sunday, June 30, 2019 Salary stability for security guards, construction of a guard hut, improved facilities at the ... Read More

Police outreach at Leguan – a success

Police outreach at Leguan – a success

- March 12, 2019

─ Leguan community policing group to be resuscitated ─ permanent traffic cop to be placed on the island ─ police ... Read More

COVID-19 Alert!

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