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  1. A United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) assessment of all 24 school dormitories across the country last year highlighted a plethora of deficiencies to the Ministry of Education and another followed with myriad recommendations but it is unclear if any changes were made.

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  2. PPP/C General Secretary Bharrat Jagdeo last night joined his party’s Georgetown candidates in an appeal for votes to secure its first majority at the Mayor and City Council in over 57 years.

    The article ‘Give us a chance’ – Jagdeo appeals to Georgetown voters appeared first on Stabroek News.

  3. The first report by the Natural Resource Fund (NRF) Board on its operations is completed and is expected to be made public sometime soon, sources close to the process say.

    The article NRF for safe investments as below US$500M, sources say appeared first on Stabroek News.

  4. In response to concerns about its perceived heavy-handedness in the eviction of the Hill Foot squatters, the Guyana Police Force has stated that its mandate is to maintain law and order and if squatters are behaving disorderly and damaging public and private property and injuring people, the police will engage.

    The article Police engaged at Hill Foot to maintain order appeared first on Stabroek News.

  5. On June 16, the High Court will rule on whether the government and ExxonMobil will be allowed to join the litigation challenging a decision made by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to issue a permit to ExxonMobil for its Gas to Energy (GTE) project.

    The article Court to rule on Govt, Exxon joining suit challenging gas to energy permit appeared first on Stabroek News.