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Dr. Faith Harding Former Government Minister and 2011 Candidate for the Leadership of the PNC has Died
Dr. Faith Harding – Minister of Government in the PNC administration and 2011 candidate for the leadership of the PNC died on Friday, January, 23, 2015 at the Mercy hospital in Georgetown Guyana after a period of illness.
“I am, more importantly however, a permanent resident of the human race and no matter where I go, I’d like to think that I will always belong.” Says Tricia Yearwood in her article, "What It Means To Be A Guyanese Emigrant"
The Guyana Trades Union Congress (GTUC) notes the announcement of National and Regional Elections (N&RE), even as the electorate for 17 years has been denied the right to elect their local leaders through local government elections. That notwithstanding, the N&RE will give the electorate an opportunity to exercise their franchise which they have been doing since 1947.
In an address to the nation this evening President Donald Ramotar announced that General and Regional Elections will be held on Monday, May 11, 2015.
President Ramotar said that GECOM advised that they will be ready for elections on the date set.
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“As I approach an airplane to fly I am ever mindful of the statement ‘Aviation in itself is not inherently dangerous, but it is terribly unforgiving of any carelessness, incapacity, error or neglect.’”
Members of the AFC protested in front of the Embassy of the United States today. They were asking the embassy to suspend the visas of all ministers of the government of Guyana until parliament is restored or a date of general elections is announced.
Vote for, or write-in your choice of a person that you believe could lead Guyana to a brighter future for all Guyanese
We have removed the "write-in" name Narvindat Anderson because all (23) of the votes that were cast for that individual originated from the same location.
Frank Watson was the Co-Pilot of the Guyana Airways Twin Otter 8R-GCP that crashed in the Upper Mazaruni on the December 3,1973.
Frank Watson, Paul DaSilva, Colin Moore and Lloyd Marshall were the second batch of Guyanese Students to enroll at the Embry RiddleAeronautical University in July 1970 for the Professional Pilot Training Programme.
Visit the Consular Section U.S Embassy Georgetown FB page on Jan 16 at 1:00 pm (Guyana Local Time) for their first Facebook Question & Answer (Q&A) session of 2015!
Fri, 01/16/2015 - 13:00 - 14:00
West Lafayette, Ind., January 7, 2015 - Jess Eise just released her second novel Black River Redemption that is based on her travels in Guyana. The novel is a compelling adventure fiction story about a young woman who sets out to research malaria in the small country of Guyana but is met with a twist of fate and a life experience she will never forget.