Tag: Region 1

Port Kaituma to benefit from new well

Port Kaituma to benefit from new well

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 22, 2021

More than 400 persons from 1 to 4 Miles in Port Kaituma, Region 1 will soon benefit from first time ... Read More

Generators to boost services at Mabaruma, Kumaka hospitals

Generators to boost services at Mabaruma, Kumaka hospitals

Neola Damon Neola Damon- November 29, 2020

The Mabaruma Regional and Kumaka District hospitals in Barima-Waini (Region One) will soon receive a 250KVA and 150KVA generators valued ... Read More

Kariako Residents Enjoy Improved Water Access

Staff Writer Staff Writer- October 6, 2020

Residents of Kariako, Region 1 are now benefitting from an improved level of water service, following an intervention by GWI’s ... Read More

Direct pension payment commences in Region 1

Staff Writer Staff Writer- September 9, 2020

The Ministry of Human Services and Social Security continues its direct payment to pensioners who reside in remote locations countrywide. ... Read More

New ferry to North West back on agenda

New ferry to North West back on agenda

Shaquille Bourne Shaquille Bourne- September 8, 2020

─ announcement on ferry to be made soon says Public Works Minister Prior to leaving office in 2015, former President ... Read More

Min. Allicock disappointed with reaction of Moruca residents to lockdown

Min. Allicock disappointed with reaction of Moruca residents to lockdown

Synieka Thorne Synieka Thorne- July 7, 2020

DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, July 7, 2020 Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, Hon. Sydney Allicock has expressed his disappointment with the ... Read More

Hobodeia urged to prioritise village improvement plan

Hobodeia urged to prioritise village improvement plan

Synieka Thorne Synieka Thorne- October 20, 2019

– “We have to look to people who can prepare for us a path to development that will lift the ... Read More

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