Tag: Fort Island

Fort Island, Lower Bonasika to expect massive development

Fort Island, Lower Bonasika to expect massive development

Staff Writer Staff Writer- November 18, 2019

— $40M upgrade for Fort Island Stelling — nursery school for Rivers View, Lower Bonasika — LED lights for both ... Read More

GRO takes services to several Essequibo river communities

GRO takes services to several Essequibo river communities

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 16, 2019

-over 50 persons get birth certificates for the first time DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, May 14, 2019 Over 50 persons are ... Read More

Fort Island hosts first Mash celebrations

Fort Island hosts first Mash celebrations

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 25, 2019

─ event organized by locals ─ hopes to make it bigger next year DPI, Guyana, Monday, February 25, 2019 The ... Read More

Local islanders benefit from Hubu’s new $9.5M ramp

Local islanders benefit from Hubu’s new $9.5M ramp

Staff Writer Staff Writer- October 12, 2018

─ ramp allows for heavy duty trucks and canters to come within proximity of boats to allow for an easier ... Read More

Canadian team impressed with Guyana tourism product

Canadian team impressed with Guyana tourism product

Staff Writer Staff Writer- November 14, 2017

DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, November 14, 2017 As Tourism Awareness month activities continue, four members from the Guyanese -Canadian Tourism Council ... Read More

Children in hinterland communities to benefit from footwear

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 15, 2016

(Ministry of Education, July 15, 2016) - In keeping with its overall mandate to ensure that, all citizens of Guyana ... Read More

Electrical service hub to be set up at Bina Hill

Electrical service hub to be set up at Bina Hill

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 10, 2016

Georgetown, GINA, June 10, 2016 The Hinterland Electrification Company Inc. is looking to establish a hub at Bina Hill that ... Read More

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