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Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – November 20-21. 2017

News –21 November 2017

AFC moves to revise Cummingsburg Accord

Allegations of appalling sexual misconduct at senior city secondary school

Allegations of political interference being made by those who have something to hide – SARA head

Contractor paid $36M for $2.6M foundation works

Int’l firm to value GuySuCo will be known by mid-December

Govt. will pay dearly for ignoring the people’s concerns- TIGI Head

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CSJAD Newsletter: Special Edition – November 2017

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Over 30 “Likely New” Species of Biodiversity Found at Guyana’s Kaieteur National Park


Some of the new species found at Kaieteur National Park

Over 30 “Likely New” Species of Biodiversity Found at Guyana’s Kaieteur National Park

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Tuesday November 21, 2017 – More than 30 species of fish, plants and other creatures that may have been undiscovered until recently, have been found in Guyana’s Kaieteur National Park.        Continue reading

My UG Convocation Address – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

My UG Convocation Address – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

The lady next to me was puzzled. She couldn’t understand why I was “taking the trouble to visit Guyana to speak for only fifteen minutes.” I explained that it was the most important speech of my life. She smiled and shook her head, unmoved and unconvinced. It came to pass that I was standing before hundreds of graduates amidst pomp and ceremony and this is what happened: If only Ma can see me now!

Thank you, Mr. Chairman. We welcome your Excellencies, Members of the Diplomatic Corps, Ministers of the Government, Members of the Opposition, the Pro-Chancellor, the Chancellor of the University of Guyana, our esteemed Vice-Chancellor, and the Faculty and students of the University. A special welcome also to the overseas students of UG. In my time we didn’t have you, so welcome to our beautiful country.     Continue reading

‘When I Speak of History’ – by Leonard Dabydeen

When I Speak of History’  – by Leonard Dabydeen

November 18, 2017

When I speak of history I speak well;
I leave behind the past where broken bones
Lay scattered on blistering sands to tell
Of atrocities that are mostly groans.

While you may feel the pain lurking inside
With hurt failing any impunity;
And browse pages upon pages to ride
This feeling of guilt, remorse or pity,

It was Columbus sailing the great tides
Out discovering many a new world;
And Sir Francis Drake loved the battle cries –
Chicanery as a new age unfurled.

The mind finds revelations in the past,
So meaningful and useful to the last.


Leonard Dabydeen is author of Watching You, A Collection of Tetractys Poems , Xlibris Publication(2012); Searching for You, A Collection of Tetractys and Fibonacci Poems, Xlibris Publication (2015)

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The Writing Life: Giving Thanks – By Rosaliene Bacchus

Three Worlds One Vision

Happy Thanksgiving 2017

At the end of May 2017, I received an unexpected request by e-mail from Vitor Rafael Siqueira de Araújo, a young poet, literature teacher, and freelance Portuguese/English translator in Roraima, North Brazil. His first poetry collection is due for publication in 2018.

With a bachelor’s degree in English and Portuguese literature from the University of Roraima, Vitor is currently enrolled in a postgraduate course in Translation Studies. Specializing in the translation of short stories, Vitor sought permission to translate one of my short stories.

I selected my most popular short story, The Ole Higue, published in July 2008 in the Guyana Journal (New York/USA). Considering that my short story contains dialog in Caribbean Creole English, Vitor’s project was very ambitious.

With its origins in West African mythology, the ole higue is an evil spirit that takes the form of an ugly, repulsive old woman that sucks the blood of…

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Guyanese-Canadian Tourism Council launched in Toronto


Guyanese-Canadian Tourism Council launched

November 19, 2017 – Guyana Chronicle – By Frederick Halley

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Guyana Christian Charities (GCC) – Toronto – Valentine Dinner/Dance – February 10. 2018

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Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – November 17-19. 2017

News –19 November 2017

From ‘Best Cop’ to dirty cop? ‘Eastman was watching my mouth like a dentist’ – self-confessed killer

Mayor, Town Clerk accused of covering up child sex case

100-acres BK/BaiShanLin state lands at Providence…Bank paid off, developer starts work

Judge orders Magistrate to commit ‘Grey Boy’ for Crum Ewing murder

Cinemas returning to Berbice… Classic Int’l Hotel unveils state-of-the-art movie theatre

Proposed estimates for Constitutional agencies totaled more than $10B

Nations Director joins roundtable discussion at London Houses of Parliament

COI finds…GCAA has no technology to detect illegal planes

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GUYANA – Poonam Singh – Music video


GUYANA – Poonam Singh – Music video

Poonam Singh  – Published on May 26, 2016

This is my gift to my enchanting country, Guyana as we celebrate our 50th Anniversary of Independence!

Thank you for years of beautiful memories and wonderful experiences and thank you for your undying love and support!

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-With all my love Poonam Singh

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