Guyana Graphic is an online news outlet that is dedicated to providing a window into all things from and about Guyana and its role in the global community. We provide text, video, images and 24x7 LIVE (Live Interactive Video Edutainment) to the world via  http://www.guyanagraphic.com/live. ​

Find Guyana Graphic on TwitterFind Guyana Graphic on Facebook

38th Anniversary of the terrorist attack on Cubana Airline Flight CU-455

 Guyanese victims of terrorists attack on Cubana Airlines Flight CU-455 - October 06, 1976

We Shall Never Forget!

As we commemorate the 38th Anniversary of the October 06, 1976 terrorist attack on Cubana Airline Flight 455 flying from Bridgetown Barbados to Havana Cuba, we must pause to reflect on the lives of the murdered innocent 73 passengers and crew.

APNU stands by AFC on No- Confidence motion - APNU Press Release

APNU Leader David Granger meeting with residents of Good Intent

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) is deeply disturbed by President Donald Ramotar’s dila-toriness in issuing instructions to allow the Guyanese people to exercise their right to elect their representatives in local government elections at the earliest possible date.

AFC Fine Tunes Election Strategy

Alliance for Change

The Alliance For Change (AFC) today held a high-energy meeting to finalise its strategy as the Party prepares for General Elections early next year.
 
Representatives from all ten Administrative Regions of Guyana gathered at the Georgetown Club in the city with representatives from the Diaspora joining by Skype to put details to the AFC strategy that will guide the AFC at the 2015 Polls. There were a number of youth and women members of the AFC represented at the meeting.

Should rackling be an Olympic sport?

Rackling Competitor

Should rackling be an Olympic sport? if it was, Guyana would carry off all the golds.

For outsiders, this is one of the most mysterious aspects of the country. The sport is simple; you put a tiny bird in a cage and coax it to sing. And this is serious business too.

U.S. Food and Drug Administrators Food Facility Registration Renewal Impacts Guyanese Exporters

U.S. FDA (Food and Drug Administraton)

The U.S. FDA has issued registration renewal information for facilities that manufacture, process, pack or hold food for human or animal consumption in the U.S.

Title: FDA Food Facility Registration Renewal
Date: 9/29/2014 12:50:31 PM

The men who betrayed Guyana's greatest revolt

Boat (Miss Sonia) on the Berbice River

Today, the Berbice River is calm and peaceful (see photo). But exactly 250 years ago, the Dutch were beginning to take control of the revolt along its banks. As they did so, they discovered that some of the most important rebels were changing sides ....

Customs and Border Protection Intercepts World’s Most Destructive Insect in Rice from Saudi Arabia

PHILADELPHIA — U.S. Customs and Border Protection agriculture specialists recently intercepted Khapra Beetle, one of the world’s most destructive insect pets, in a passenger’s baggage at Philadelphia International Airport.

Guyana's great uprising comes to an end

Berbice River

This year sees the 250th anniversary of the end of the Berbice Revolt. By October 1763, much of this river (see photo) was under the control of the slaves. The Dutch garrison was overwhelmed with disease, and - just for a moment - it had looked as if one of the greatest revolts in slavery's history might just succeed.

The Secret Service and their difficult but important role protecting the President of the United States of America

United States Secret Service

The recent security breaches at the White House in Washington DC have many questioning the Secret Service and in particular the reaction of the Service to the person who jumped the fence.

The Secret Service has a very difficult and complex job to do, but let us isolate their role at the White House which among many others is to protect the President and the infrastructure.

Is there an otherization of African Guyanese protests in Guyana? - Dr. David Hinds

Many of us have been concerned about the criminalization of protest in Guyana, in particular African Guyanese protest. We have pointed to the difference in the responses of the government and some sections of Civil Society to protest in the two ethnic communities.

Contact Us

Guyana Graphic newsletter

Stay informed on our latest news!

Manage my subscriptions

[Most Recent Quotes from www.kitco.com]

Recent comments