The Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago says it warmly welcomes the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between the governments of Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago and congratulates both governments on this positive step towards strengthening regional economic and social integration.
The MOU recognizes that the development of the energy sector contributes significantly to the strengthening of economic and social development while improving the quality of life of the citizens of both countries.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley will meet with Guyana's President David Granger when he travels to Guyana for a one-day visit which tomorrow.
The Office of the Prime Minister says bilateral discussions between the countries will focus on a number of issues including cooperation in the areas of agriculture, energy and security.
Dr Rowley returns on the morning of Thursday 20 September, 2018 and will proceed to chair his weekly Cabinet meeting at the Diplomatic Centre, St Anns.
Guyana's President David Granger and First Lady, Sandra Granger were given a clean bill of health after undergoing medical examinations in Trinidad and Tobago today, under a Caribbean medical insurance scheme they have been part of for more than a decade.
The medical examinations were conducted at the Good Health Medical Centre at Fitzblackman Drive, Port of Spain.
President Granger and his wife arrived in Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday night.
They will return to Guyana on Thursday.
Soca artiste Rodney Le Blanc. also known as "Benjai', is demanding swift justice from Guyanese police, after he was assaulted in Guyana last month.
However, the police there want to know if Benjai had fallen out with his attackers in the past.
Benjai, through his attorneys, wrote to the Guyanese DPP and police commissioner saying that since the incident on April 17th, Benjai furnished the police with the identities of two men who allegedly assaulted him after a performance at a Guyanese nightclub.
A Trinidad and Tobago man has been jailed in Guyana after he was convicted for forgery and immigration breaches.
The Demerara Waves reports that Daniel Ali will be spending the next two years in the Georgetown Prison after he pleaded guilty to the charges of overstaying his time and forging two legal documents.
The charges allege that between January 3, 2017 and May 19, 2017 in Georgetown he conspired with persons to forge one Guyana driver’s license in the name of one Selall Madia knowing that it was false.
If it were not for the Caribbean Awards for Excellence, said Guyana vice-president Sidney Allicock, the Indigenous Peoples of Guyana, and the country itself might not be as well off as they are now. Speaking at the 2017 Anthony N Sabga Caribbean Awards for Excellence in Georgetown on Saturday night, Guyanese vice-president, Sydney Allicock, presented solid evidence of the Awards’ value.
Soca star Benjai has been hospitalised in Guyana after being attacked.
And his attorneys are threatening legal action against the perpetrators.
According to reports, he was struck across the face with a bottle outside a nightclub.
Benjai whose real name is Rodney Leblanc had just completed a performance at palm court location and was speaking to a group of people.
According to his attorneys, Gideon Mac-Master and Keith Scotland, an altercation occurred when the driver of a car almost reversed into the group.