The Alliance For Change wishes to say "Thank You" to the thousands who came forward to support the Party's chairman Mr. Nigel Hughes.
The AFC especially thanks President Donald Ramotar who immediately offered the services of the Guyana Defence Force, Minister of Health Dr. Bheri Ramsarran and the doctors, technicians and nurses of the Caribbean Heart Institute, Captain Gerry Gouveia and Roraima Airways, Members of Parliament and other political activists.
As everyone is aware, Nigel suffered a heart attack on Saturday March 16 while on a visit to Marudi in the remote Rupununi. On Sunday morning he was airlifted to Georgetown and was admitted to the Caribbean Heart Institute of the Georgetown Hospital, where he remains a patient. He is responding satisfactorily to the excellent medical attention he is receiving.
The Guyana Expo 2013 was held this year at the Georgia Piedmont Technical College, USA. The Expo was held in collaboration with Thompson Management Consulting, of Atlanta, Ga. This is the second Expo the first being held in New York in 2005.
GUYANA - The Ministry of Agriculture is seeking to develop the necessary framework for Guyana to tap into the growing trade in aquaculture products by putting regulations in place to meet the export standards, and getting farmers on-board.
Dr Max Kungel known to some of his friends as “Prince Max Kungel” would have celebrated his birthday on March 22. He was in Guyana to commemorate the one year anniversary of the death of his grandmother.
Roger Harper, arguably the best fielder of his era, was born on March 17, 1963. Abhishek Mukherjee looks back at a fine all-rounder who would have had a longer career, had his career not coincided with the West Indies at their peak.
The run out
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There was Andy Roberts, shrewd, aggressive and vicious. There was Michael Holding, lithe, lethal and express. There was Joel Garner, accurate, miserly and destructive. And above everyone, there was Malcolm Marshall, the complete package, and arguably the greatest fast bowler of all time. But the meanest of the pack? That had to be Colin Croft.