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Top 100 – Most Popular Posts for February 2012:

Here are the TOP 100 – most popular posts on Guyanese Online during the month of February 2012.

  1. “I am a Guyanese” – music video by Adrian Dutchin
  2. The Dubai Fountain – Tribute to Whitney Houston – 2012
  3. Famous People of Guyanese Heritage
  4. MASH 2012 – “Guyana Funtime” – Slingshot Drepaul – Video
  5. Guyana Floods – February 2012 – Updated articles
  6. The Royal Visit of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip to British Guiana in 1966
  7. Beautiful Guyana – video by German foundation
  8. Offshore drilling rig arrives in Guyana
  9. Whitney Houston’s Funeral – Kevin Costner’s Speech
  10. Come Visit Guyana – video music by The Tradewinds
  11. There is no reason to apologize for the “Burnham Era” – Commentary
  12. MASH 2012 – Mashramani Pan-o-rama Steel Band Competition
  13. Heart Surgeon Admits Huge Mistake! – By Dwight Lundell, MD
  14. Cruise liner docks in Georgetown
  15. MASH 2012 – Costume Parade – February 23, 2012
  16. Combined Opposition strikes another blow in Parliament
  17. Gospel-Calypso – New Age Christian religion!!! – music video
  18. Guyana – NCN TV Streaming video – LIVE
  19. Cecil Fitt, wife die within three hours in Barbados
  20. Carnival 2012 – Machel Montano – ‘PUMP YUH FLAG’ – video Continue reading

Guyanese Online Newsletter – April 2011

Guyanese Online Newsletter – April 2011

Download here:>>> April 2011 Newsletter  – 16 pages- 38 articles

This is the latest edition (# 14),  of the Guyanese Online Newsletter.

The News sections contain articles and links mainly of events and features that occurred over the last month.  The headline story for this month is the election of Mr. Donald Ramotar as the PPP’s Presidential candidate for the upcoming elections.

This edition also  features Guyana news; Regional Caribbean news;  a Guest Editorial; a Business Feature; a Tourism Page; our first Medical Page;  Guyanese Associations and their news (2 pages); Arts and Culture articles, including new books and videos (2 pages); as well as historical articles on Guyana (2 pages).

This newsletter has 16 pages and contains over 38 articles, including video links, and links to external articles.

Page 1– Masthead Picture: Georgetown – with inks to aerial maps; PPP names Donald Ramotar as Presidential nominee; Top-20 Blog entries for March 2011.

Page 2- Guest Editorial;  “Using the Diaspora”.

Page 3– Guyanese Online Blog Page: Blog entries for March 2011;  Guyana Pictorial History: Indian Institute of Technology – video

Page 4- Business Feature: Yesu Persaud bemoans migration of Entrepeneurs.

Page 5– Guyana News – New USA Ambassador; Indian company to export logs;  Guyana Govt cited for media relations;  Drug smuggling issues.

Page 6—Guyana News – US military concerned about Iran-Guyana links; Norway stresses anti-corruption regarding aid; Opposition vents concerns to Norway; testing of oil begins in Rupununi.

Page 7—Guyana News – Largest gold operations planned; One Laptop Per Family conflicts; Guyana floods- March 2011 updates; Two new 7.8MGw generators for GPL.

Page 8– Guyana Tourism – Surama Village Eco-Lodge shares Environmental Excellence Award.

Page 9– Caribbean-Regional – CARICOM to discuss “Free Movement”;  Brazil sends elite troops to borders; REDjet still awaiting certification in Barbados.

Page 10- Medical : ‘ Improving the health of Children in Guyana’ by Dr. Narendra C. Singh.

Page 11-  Associations: Digicel gives helping hand to Buxton Developers; Victoria Village Creole Breakfast; Guyana Asso of Manitoba – Seniors Program; Guyana Asso of Barbados – Mashramani Event.

Page 12- Associations: Tutorial High School Reunion 2011; The Guyana Cultural Asso of New York Dance; “Tipperary Hall Rising’ Update

Page 13- Arts and Culture: Book – ‘My Odessey’ by Cleopatra Islar; Ken Corsbie’s Videos.

Page 14- Arts and Culture: Lal Balkaran’s Documentaries (1) Guyana- A Photographic Journey (2) A Photojournal of Guyanese Amerindians, (3) Stamps of British Guiana and Guyana.

Page 15– Historical:  ‘The Birth of a Village– Annandale Today’, written in 1964 by Randall Butisingh (born 1912). He grew up in Buxton/Annandale and Lusignan.

Page 16– Historical – ‘A history of Buxton’s Tipperary Hall to 2010’.  Speech by Fitzroy (Rollo) Younge on Dec 20, 2010.

We do hope you find it interesting.

Regards,

Cyril Bryan, Editor and Publisher

guyaneseonline@gmail.com or cybryan@gmail.com

Guyanese Online Blog and Newsletter
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