The forced disclosure of the Prime Minister that on the eve of demitting office in November 2011, former President Jagdeo issued ten radio broadcast licences in his discretion, brings to mind the concept of a ‘perfect storm’. This refers to a natural phenomenon whereby a series of aggravating circumstances combine to produce one monster event.
United States Embassy Georgetown, Guyana Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Flood Warning May 15, 2013
The U.S. Embassy in Guyana cautions U.S. citizens to be alert to the possibility of flooding in low-lying coastal areas. Due to continued high tides, the Guyana Ministry of Public Works has issued a flood warning, effective May 22, 2013 until May 30, 2013. If you live in low-lying coastal areas or plan to travel there, please prepare accordingly and monitor the weather and local news reports.
May 19, 2013 - LINDEN, Guyana -- The Guyana Jazz Festival Foundation Inc (a non profit), today announced it has launched a major initiative to develop an online presence for the Linden Town week.
Miles Williams: Corporate Jet Captain, GDF Special Forces Officer, Paratrooper, Adventurer, Off Road Enthusiast and much more.
Miles Williams celebrated his birthday on Friday May 7, 2013, his friend, former co-worker and employer Gerry Gouveia paid the follow tribute to him.
Georgetown Guyana 05-07-2013 - Tonight I personally asked many of you to join me here to witness and share this evening proceedings with me. Many times people live their lives, and do extraordinary things and then they fade away.
The World Values Survey asked people in more than 80 countries what type of people they did NOT want as neighbours.
More than 40 per cent of those quizzed in India, Jordan, Bangladesh and Hong Kong said they didn't want a neighbour of a different race.
Brits were among the most tolerant, along with the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
Last week a suspected thief was beaten to death by an angry mob of residents in Georgetown and 24 hours later another man was killed in almost identical circumstances.
After four years of planning, building and improvising, one Manitoba man has finally seen his dream of converting a grain silo into a livable home become a reality.
Suraj Persaud moved to Manitoba from Guyana more than 20 years ago, and in 2009 was inspired by his friends to build the unique home.
Alissa Trotz was named one of three recipients of the University of Toronto’s President’s Teaching Awards last week in recognition for her work with students at the Women and Gender Studies Institute and in the Caribbean Studies program.