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Hazel's Heavenly Home

Your Home Away From Home

592-231-8436 or 592-611-7227


64 Hatfield St, Wortmanville, Georgetown, Guyana

Rose's Floral & Gift Shop

For your all floral arrangements: Fresh, Silk, Dried, Bridal Bouquets, Wreaths, Etc.

592-231-1433 or 592-615-8304

106 Meadow Brook Gardens, Georgetown Guyana

4D International Reunion” for the 50th Anniversary of Guyana’'s Independence

4D International Reunion” for the 50th Anniversary of Guyana’'s Independence

4D International First Annual Grand Reunion for the 50th Anniversary of Guyana's Independence.

Admission: US$25.00
DJs: Dr. Love, Black Stallion & Guyana's DJ Juggler

See Invitation for more information

Event Date: 
Fri, 05/27/2016 - 20:00 - Sat, 05/28/2016 - 02:00

Guyana Conference - Aspiration for Real Change, 2016 and Beyond, Washington DC

Floyd Haynes (red tie) to the left of Paul Tennassee (in white)

Last Friday, April 8, 2016 the Guyana Conference - Aspiration for Real Change, 2016 and Beyond, was held at the University of the District of Columbia Student Center in Washington DC.

President Granger Charges New Mayors, Deputy Mayors to Serve Without Fear or Favour

President David Granger, Prime Minister, Moses Nagamootoo & Minister Mr. Ronald (sixth from left) and the new Mayors

Georgetown, Guyana – (April 6, 2016) President David Granger, today, charged the newly sworn-in Mayors and Deputy Mayors, who were elected at the March 18 Local Government Elections (LGEs) to put aside politics and personal vendettas and work to develop their communities, towns, regions and the country as a whole.

President Granger Meets With Music Experts

President David Granger (left) in conversation with Mr. Paul Cort, Ms. Ruth Jaundoo and Ms. Rosemarie Henry

Georgetown, Guyana – (March 31, 2016) President David Granger, today, met with Mr. Paul Cort, a music instructor and voice teacher at the University of the Southern Caribbean and two members of the Guyana Music Teachers Association, Ms. Ruth Jaundoo and Ms. Rosemarie Henry who expressed an interest in participating in the Jubilee Anniversary celebration.

President Granger Meets UK Parliamentarian Here to Engage Local MPs on Democracy

President Granger is flanked by Mr. David Lammy and Ms. Dellon Adams from the Parliament Office of Guyana

Georgetown, Guyana – (March 31, 2016) President David Granger, today, received a courtesy call from Mr. David Lammy, a parliamentarian from the United Kingdom (UK), who is currently in Guyana as part of a delegation from the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) to engage local Members of Parliament (MPs) in workshops on democracy.

When Did We Lose our Love for the Land?

Tree on the grounds of The Archer’s Home - Photo courtesy of Maureen Marks-Mendonca

These days, when I visit The Archer’s Home on D’Urban Street, I get no lively greetings from the elderly seated in the living room – just glum faces, staring beyond the barred windows at a world from which they feel increasingly disengaged. Their beautiful vista has been ‘stumped’.

"Chris Accross the World" - In Guyana by Chris

Chris Accross the World

Guyana was the next stop on my journey across South America. All three “Guyanas” are sooo different. While French Guyana is the most developed and has (by far) the best food, the Surinamese people were extremely kind and generous. Guyana has the most beautiful scenery. If you want to be stunned by natural beauty, please visit Guyana. It is truly superb.

Security Is Top Priority For 50th Jubilee Celebrations

Guyana's 50th Jubilee Celebrations

Georgetown, GINA, March 22, 2016 - Ensuring the security of the thousands of persons expected to attend events for Guyana’s 50th Independence Anniversary celebration is a top priority for the organisers.

Georgetown Kite-flyers to Pay to Use Open-spaces - Demerara Waves

Kite Flying

I read in one of the local media outlets that the Georgetown kite-flyers will soon have to pay to use open spaces, quoting the city administration "Citizens who use the areas would be required to pay a minimal fee to offset expenses, and to assist with after event cleaning activities."

Government Optimistic For a Speedy Resolution of Border Issue With Venezuela – Foreign Affairs Minister

Government is optimistic that Venezuela’s challenge to Guyana’s internationally accepted territory will soon be resolved by the United Nations. Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge, told the Government Information Agency that except for the normal conduit of communication via the embassies on routine matters, dialogue is taking place, “via the Secretary General of the United Nations.”

Inaugural University of Guyana Fundraising Event in Washington Metro area

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Countdown to Benab reconstruction promise

931 days, 13 hours, 52 minutes since the Benab (Umana Yana) was destroyed by fire. Citizens await rebuilding.

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