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The Florida Chapters of the Queen's College and Bishops' High School Alumni Association Invite you to their "New Year's Eve Fundraising Gala"
This is Peereboom on the Berbice River, Guyana.
Here, on March 03, 1763, a huge force of rebellious slaves converged on the Dutch planters' house. Stalemate ensued, and so the warring parties agreed a cease fire, with the Dutch being allowed to head for their boats. What happened next would set the mood for the war to come.
Retraction of Recycling Plant Memorandum of Understanding - Press Release by Natural Globe (Guyana) Inc
Over the past two weeks, a significant amount of negative press has been generated around the signing of a memorandum of understanding between our company, Natural Globe Resource Guyana Inc. and the Ministry of Local Government. Subsequent speculation and misinformation by certain members of the fifth estate in this country has resulted in the Ministry retracting this Memorandum.
KNOXVILLE (WATE) - A Knoxville couple is in the process of adopting a child from the South American country of Guyana.
They expected the process to take several years, but suddenly it sped up.
Four citizens of Guyana and one Ghanaian pleaded guilty on Friday to charges related to the seizure of a ship carrying tens of millions of dollars' worth of cocaine, a senior legal official said.
Ms. Muriel Glasgow, Idea Generator, Humanitarian, Ambassador of Peace and United Nations Mentor has died
Renowned Humanitarian, Ambassador of Peace, United Nations Mentor and Author Ms. Muriel Glasgow has died.
Formerly with UNICEF for over 30 years, Ms Glasgow worked with Governments, NGOs and communities in various countries in drinking water, hygiene and sanitation programs where she designed, developed, implemented strategies to influence UNICEF policies.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – An expedition that took 35 future military officers deep into the South American jungle this summer is setting the bar for other cultural programs designed for U.S. Army cadets.
Mr. Robert Pinkerton, retired principal of Cambridge Academy of South Road, Georgetown Guyana died on Monday November 18, 2013.
Sifting through recent articles of Jagdeo’s ‘indiscretions’ over the last couple of decades, it dawned on me with perfect clarity the evolution and machinations of Jagdeo’s ‘Jagdeonomics’, and the seeming mess left behind for parliament to contend with.