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November 12, 2014 - See below for travel advisories issued by Canada, UK and USA for their citizens traveling to Guyana.
November 11, 2014 - The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Jose Miguel Insulza, took note of Proclamation No.
If Guyanese and the world had any doubt about the dictatorial orientation and nature of the current PPP regime, I hope the President’s use of the heavy hammer to pound all of us would erase such doubts. Today we rightfully mourn another death blow to our right to be free people in a free Guyana. But, let’s be real—We look fuh that.
Earlier today President Donald Ramotar decided to prorogue Parliament when faced with the No Confidence Motion brought against the Administration by the Alliance For Change (AFC) and supported by the APNU
This morning, President Obama asked the FCC to put in place strong rules to protect the Internet.
Every day, the Internet unlocks countless possibilities for creation and innovation. And one reason it's been so successful is a level playing field: Most service providers have traditionally treated all Internet traffic equally.
US-CERT Alert (TA14-310A)
Systems Affected - Microsoft Windows Server 2003 operating system
Microsoft is ending support for the Windows Server 2003 operating system on July 14, 2015. After this date, this product will no longer receive:
Introduction to Guyana International Football Association (GIFA)
11/11/2014 - After months of planning, preparation and hard work, we are proud to announce the official launch of the Guyana International Football Association (GIFA)! GIFA is a global non-profit organisation registered in New York, USA, with committee members from all over the world. Our vision is to ultimately help Guyana become one of the best footballing nations in the CONCACAF region, by integrating resources both locally and internationally to develop and support the game of football at all levels, regardless of age or gender.
The Umana Yana is a conical palm thatched building (benab) that was commissioned in 1972 by then Prime Minister Forbes Burnham in recognition of the Amerindian culture of Guyana.
Niketa Barker at 24 years old is two years away from attaining her Degree in Medicine & Surgery (MBBS) from the University of Guyana however; this regal beauty is not all about the books, in fact she is a philanthropist, children’s advocate and an award winning model in runway and print.