Tag: Region 8 (Potaro-Siparuni)

Over 1,200 Paramakatoi Residents Gain Access to Potable Water

Over 1,200 Paramakatoi Residents Gain Access to Potable Water

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 20, 2020

(Georgetown, Thursday, February 20, 2020)- Convenient access to potable water has become a reality for some 1,200 residents of the ... Read More

$10M lapidary for Monkey Mountain on stream

$10M lapidary for Monkey Mountain on stream

Staff Writer Staff Writer- November 7, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, November 7, 2018 Residents in the village of Monkey Mountain in Region Eight will soon benefit from ... Read More

Red Creek’s HEYS programme gets a boost

Red Creek’s HEYS programme gets a boost

Staff Writer Staff Writer- November 7, 2018

─ sewing machine, a generator, carpentry tools among others donated DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, November 7, 2018 As the government continues ... Read More

We feel more involved in the education process- GTU President  -credits leadership of MoE for improvement

We feel more involved in the education process- GTU President -credits leadership of MoE for improvement

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 20, 2018

The President of the Guyana Teachers Union (GTU) Mr Mark Lyte has said that the relationship between his union and ... Read More

Agricultural Development Plan for Region 8 to push self-sufficiency  – Residents assured of government’s continued support  

Agricultural Development Plan for Region 8 to push self-sufficiency – Residents assured of government’s continued support  

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 16, 2018

Region 8 (Potaro-Siparuni) - While North Region 8 is mainly involved in mining activities, the Southern sub-region consists of many ... Read More

Hinterland residents urged to embrace sports

Hinterland residents urged to embrace sports

Staff Writer Staff Writer- August 7, 2017

DPI, Guyana, Monday, August 7, 2017 The 20th annual Upper Mazaruni games was officially commissioned yesterday under the theme - ... Read More

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