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“Tails of Hope” Advises Against the Use of Fireworks (Redirected)

Tails of Hope is an animal shelter and animal rights group operating in Guyana. Tails of Hope is committed to promoting animal health care awareness, offering professional advice, educational tools, rescue aids and housing to protect animals and to prevent animal cruelty. As we all know, fireworks are not especially friendly to dogs and other animals. In the interest of animals everywhere, the organization has issued a friendly message to all Guyanese of the hazards of fireworks, without mentioning its effects on animals.

Home Builders Can Apply for Free Cement and Steel from Tuesday, 25th

The government of Guyana has announced, via its Department of Public Information, that application forms will be ready from Tuesday, 25th of October, 2022 for persons desirous of applying for the government subsidy of free steel and cement for home construction. President Ali had announced in June 2022 that his administration would be subsidizing home construction with free cement and steel for the construction of new homes. This is part of the the government’s overall agenda to make home ownership a reality for all Guyanese.

President Ali Scores 105 Not Out

Dr Irfaan Ali scored 105 not out as Cabinet took on the high command of the Guyana Police Force led by Commissioner (ag), Clifton Hicken in a friendly tape ball cricket match at the National Park Tarmac. Cabinet 267 for 3 off 20 overs ( President Ali 105 not out; Charles Ramson 54 not out and Nigel Dharamlall 35). Guyana Police Force 165-7 off 20 overs.

Guyanese Were Sold a Pipe Dream

Prior to the 2020 elections in Guyana, Guyanese were sold a pipe dream. They were promised a life of rapid economic transformation and luxury that got them overly excited. But more than two years after oil starting flowing out of Guyana, and after over 700,000 million US dollars in oil revenue, little, if anything, has changed for the better for the general Guyanese population.