News Reader: GUYANA: Newspapers and online news – Latest Entries

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Parliament Building - Georgetown Guyana

Parliament Building – Georgetown Guyana

List of Ministers and Junior Ministers in the Government

THE PRESIDENCY –  (3 ministers)

David A Granger, President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces (APNU, specifically PNCR)

Joe Harmon, Minister of the Presidency (APNU, specifically PNCR) (Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Natural Resources/Envt)

Raphael Trotman, Minister of Governance (AFC) (within the Min. of the Presidency)

Winston Felix, Minister of Citizenship (APNU, specifically PNCR) (within the Min. of the Presidency)  Continue reading

Welcome to GUYANESE Online Blog and Newsletters

The Newsletter and Blog for Guyanese Associations and Groups, and individuals Worldwide

Welcome to the Guyanese Online Blog.

This Blog was started in March 2010 by Cyril Bryan, as a project to help Guyanese in the Diaspora to be connected to some of the positive news from Guyana, as well as to the work being done by Guyanese organisations around the world.   Blog entries are inserted regularly and there is also a monthly newsletter that is distributed to thousands of Guyanese around the world.

For more info on Guyanese Online go to:> this Link

Top 10 Reasons Why Bernie Sanders May Actually Become President

Top 10 Reasons Why Bernie Sanders May Actually Become President

Published on Aug 4, 2015

He’s progressive, independent and maybe the next President of the United States.

Suriname resurrects New River triangle border controversy

Suriname resurrects New River triangle border controversy

October 3, 2015 | By | By Kiana Wilburg
President Granger says the claim is “spurious”, “does not change the price of rice.”

It appears that Suriname, Guyana’s continental neighbour to the east, will follow in Venezuela’s footsteps as it is now resurrecting its claim on the New River Triangle. This area is said to be one of Guyana’s prime locations with pristine fauna and rich mineral resources. This area is referred to as  Tigri-Guyana  by the Suriname.

According to de Ware Tijd, a local news outlet of the Dutch speaking nation, the Suriname President Desi Bouterse during his annual address to the Parliament, told his National Assembly that the New River Triangle (Tigri) issue will be “back on the agenda.”   Continue reading

GUYANA – Latest News – 03 October 2015

GUYANA – Latest News – 03 October 2015 – Kaieteur News

(see other News sources at the end of this entry)

Granger vindicated for scrapping Amaila after meeting IDB President

OCTOBER 3, 2015 | The 165MW Hydro Electric Power Plant that was being pursued, as conceived by the previous administration at Amaila Falls, was not viable. The new administration has since been vindicated in its decision not to proceed with it. This is according to Head of State, President David Granger, who yesterday provided an update following a meeting […]

Facts coming out of GuySuCo’s COI spell doomsday for Sugar Industry, unless…

OCTOBER 3, 2015 |  By Abena Rockcliffe     GuySuCo is bankrupt; sugar is being produced at a price that knocks Guyana off of the competitive market and factories countrywide are operating at a loss. This is the dire situation that the Commission set up to examine the state of the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) has found. With such facts, observers […]    Continue reading

Why I Think This World Should End + “Sorry”- By Prince EA – 2 music videos on the human condition

Why I Think This World Should End  – By Prince EA (over 4.5Million views)

Don’t be fooled by the title as the world isn’t coming to an end but hopefully it got your attention to listen to Prince EA explain “Why I Think This World Should End”. While you might not agree with all his statements I think most people will agree with his solution on how to change this world and make it a better place. Love makes the world go round and you can start spreading some love today by performing a small act of kindness for someone else.    Continue reading

Guyanese Online – Most Popular Entries – September 2015

Guyanese Online – Most Popular Entries – September 2015
Total entries = 5784 September Entries = 146      Views = 66,648 of 3,552,398

View items on the website from links in the attached list

  2. Trinidad & Tobago: PNM wins 2015 General Election + PNM Political Music videos
  3. GUYANA: LIST OF CABINET MINISTERS – 20 May 2015 – Updated 23 May 2015
  4. Old Jet Magazines – from 1950 onwards – updated
  5. Guyanese who died on 9.11.2001 Remembered
  6. Fruits of Trinidad and Tobago – and Guyana
  9. “I will Follow Him” – by a Nun’s Choir – conductor Andre Rieu – video
  10. In Memory of the 25 Guyanese who perished on Sept. 11, 2001  Continue reading

Guyanese Online Entries – September 2015 = 146 entries

Guyanese Online Entries – September 2015 = 146 entries
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1. GUYANA – Latest News – 30 September 2015
2. NEW GPC and others must deliver over $600M owed for drugs or else
3. Climate Disruption: Thought of the Week – By Rosaliene Bacchus
4. The Story Within The Story…Google maps and development in Guyana – by Leonard Gildarie
5. Guyana: Celebrating Indigenous Heritage Month – September
6. President David Granger’s UN Address – 29 September 2015 – video
7. GUYANA- Capitol News TV Videos – 28 September 2015
8. GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 29 September 2015
9. The Merrymen of Barbados – LP Discography … in memory of Robin Hunte + various videos
10. How the PPP lost the west for the second time – By Ralph Ramkarran

List of items (with links) – Guyanese Online – September 2015 – 146 entries

GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 01 October 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 01 October 2015

  • Gun amnesty extended
  • Ministry Security concerns
  • Berbice Bridge: Toll stalemate
  • Georgetown Council: Tax amnesty extended
  • Teachers Meeting: Education important
  • Sports

Click links below to view the TV News Videos:    Continue reading

Guyana: Granger wants US to assist in dealing with border claims

Granger wants US to assist in dealing with border claims

Granger holloway revFriday, 02 October 2015  -by   – Demerara Waves

Photo: President David Granger shakes hands with newly accredited US Ambassador to Guyana, Perry Holloway.

President, David Granger on Friday openly lobbied the United States (US) for support against claims to Guyana’s territory.

“Guyana looks forward to the support of the United States of America in its legitimate quest to protect itself against terrorism, transnational crime and threats to its territorial integrity,” he told American Ambassador Perry Holloway at the presentation of his credentials as the US’ new envoy to Guyana.  Continue reading

GUYANA – Latest News – 02 September 2015

GUYANA- Latest News – 02 September 2015- Kaieteur News

  (see other News sources at the end of this entry)

Government still to be paid in full for GT&T shares

OCTOBER 2, 2015 | …Hong Kong buyer has US$5M outstanding …The Guyana Government is still to be paid in full for the 20 per cent shares it once owned in the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GT&T and which was managed by the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL). Those shares were sold by NICIL to Datang Telecom […]

Government emergency fund almost empty

OCTOBER 2, 2015 |  ..a result of three years of unapproved PPP advances… The Contingencies Fund, an account set aside under the laws of Guyana for the Minister of Finance to tap into in case of emergencies, is currently at a critical stage with limited funds available to the current administration, should an urgent situation arise. Auditor General Deodat […]    Continue reading

The Guyana Foundation Newsletter – September 2015

The Guyana Foundation Newsletter – September 2015


Transforming the Lives of People for a Better World. 

Dear Friend,

Over the past weeks, teams of Guyana Foundation volunteers have been going into the streets of Georgetown to conduct surveys of some of our most vulnerable citizens.

They brought back heartbreaking stories of homelessness, hopelessness, addiction, and a multitude of unaddressed mental health needs. They also shared about the yearning of these disadvantaged groups for a renewed sense of dignity and self-worth.  Continue reading


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