Daily Archives: April 4, 2017

Guyana News Headlines – Kaieteur News – 02-03 April 2017

Guyana News Headlines – Kaieteur News – 01-02 April 2017

News – 03 April 2017

Guyana Government News Brief – April 03, 2017

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Guyana Government News Brief – April 03, 2017

Beneath the Shadow of thy wings – 35 Poems – By Dmitri Allicock

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Beneath the Shadow of thy wings

35 Poems

By Dmitri Allicock

I LIKE IT OUTSIDE THE BOX
I’m independent minded wherever I go
And don’t necessary go with the flow

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Caribbean Life News Update – April 3, 2017

Caribbean Life News Update  – April 3, 2017 

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US expands program to deport Carib­bean immig­rants in correc­tional facil­ities

BY NELSON A. KING | IMMIGRATION

Even as legisl­ators and immig­rant advocacy groups express outrage over the Donald Trump adminis­tration’s immigr­ation policies, United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions has annou­nced the expan­sion and moderni­zation of a program to deport immig­rants, inclu­ding Carib­bean natio­nals, in US federal correc­tional facil­ities.

Commentary: 10 best rums | The Independent

Rum, once the poor relation of the spirit world, has undergone a revival and is no longer seen simply as the rough booze used to warm the cockles of salty seafarers.

Rum, once the poor relation of the spirit world, has undergone a revival and is no longer seen simply as the rough booze used to warm the cockles of salty seafarers. With a wide range of styles and hues to choose from, introducing yourself to the drink can seem a bit daunting, but there are a few basics that should set you on your way with confidence.     Continue reading

America’s $4tn infrastructure time bomb – BBC News

America’s $4tn infrastructure time bomb

On the banks of California’s Feather River, way below the tallest dam in the United States, is a ballet of steel and stone. The dancers are huge earth-moving machines, their costumes bright yellow.

The movement is constant and mesmerising. The lorries trundle down to the water from the left, pause to accept their loads of rock, mud and debris, and then exit to the right.

For weeks now this performance has been constant, day and night, as construction workers repair the Oroville Dam, once an engineering marvel, now an embarrassment.

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