Frank Stewart Stevenson, former motor racing champion and well known figure in motor sports in Guyana, died on New Year’s Day in a hospital in Miami.
Stewart, born on November 22, 1953 and was an iconic figure in motor racing in the 1970s wining numerous trophies.
He will be surely missed by all.
A Partnership for National Unity is proposing a new 'social contract‘ in order to promote national unity, ensure human safety and foster economic development. The People‘s Progressive Party/Civic administration has demonstrated that it is incapable of solving the country‘s current crises on its own.
The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) salutes the Government and people of Cuba on the occasion of the historic victory of the 26th July Movement led by Fidel Castro and his brother Raul which overthrew the Fulgencio Batista regime on January 1, 1959.
As the New Year approaches the Alliance For Change gives thanks for all the blessings and support we have received from the people of Guyana and will continue to work towards creating a more prosperous Guyana – one that all her citizens would be proud to call home. This past year has been a challenging one for most Guyanese with alarmingly high levels of domestic violence, affecting mainly our women and the high incidence of road fatalities, which have taken many valuable lives, including our youngest and brightest minds.
Dr. Augustus Owen Godette, September 24, 1931 – December 27, 2013
The Godette Family regrets to announce the death of Dr. Augustus Owen Godette on Friday, December 27, 2013, at his home in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Message of Brigadier David Granger, Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly, for New Year, 2014
Guyana‟s ‘Year for Workers’ must dawn 1st January 2014. This country‟s economic future lies in their hands. Many of our working people, however, are underemployed and unhappy and are not as productive as they could be. Workers face unsatisfactory labour relations in the sugar and min-ing industries and in the public and private sectors. Artisanal fisherfolk, craftsmen, small farmers and miners found themselves in difficult circumstances during 2013. Life must be better for all in 2014.
At least two flights scheduled to arrive in Guyana on Thursday night had trouble arriving because of bad weather
Fly Jamaica FJM 151 from Norman Manley Airport, Jamaica to Cheddie Jagan International Airport (CJIA) was diverted to Trinidad, and Caribbean Airways BW 483 from Port of Spain, Trinidad, after two attempts to land at CJIA returned to Trinidad.
The Alliance For Change has noted with amusement the pretended alarm uttered by no other than the cabinet secretary, Dr. Roger Luncheon regarding his reservation about
the US AID funded Leadership and democracy project.
Merry Christmas from the staff of Guyana Graphic
May your lives be filled with health, happiness, love, laughter and success. A special thanks to the viewers for your unwavering support.
Today the British police announce that they want to interview Nigella Lawson about here cocaine use. It's a sad day for a talented and much-admired TV personality - but it's right that she is investigated.