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Guyana Corruption: SARA has identified stolen state assets abroad

SARA has identified stolen state assets abroad – Deputy Director

SARA Director, Dr. Clive Thomas (right) signing the MOU with Director, Matthew Langevine.

The States Assets Recover Agency (SARA) yesterday claimed to be making progress on several cases where state assets have been stolen and exist in Guyana and abroad.

SARA’s Deputy Director, Aubrey Heath-Retemyer, said that while he could not divulge sensitive information to the media, he can confirm that the agency has unearthed the presence of stolen state assets abroad.     Continue reading

New York Celebration of Guyana’s 52nd Independence Set For June 3-10, 2018

New York Celebration of Guyana’s 52nd Independence Set For June 3-10, 2018

Georgetown Mayor Patricia Chase-Green is Parade Grand Marshal

BROOKLYN: Mayor of Georgetown, Guyana’s Capital City, Patricia Chase-Green, will be grand marshal of the annual Guyanese Independence Parade in Brooklyn, on June 3, 2018. The parade is part of Guyana’s 52nd Independence celebration in New York from June 3 – 10.     Continue reading

Chinese carriers are the new disrupters in air travel – The Economist

Air Travel: The Chinese have got their tails up

Daxing International Airport – Beijing

The Economist – April 6. 2018

ANYONE who doubts the ambitions of China’s airlines need only look over the plans for Daxing International Airport, which will serve

after it opens in late 2019. It will be the world’s biggest airport by far, with eight runways and room for 100m passengers a year. The new facilities are needed to serve a fast-growing appetite for air travel. The three Chinese carriers that will dominate the passenger traffic passing through Daxing’s cavernous halls are all in rapid ascent. And that has rivals everywhere complaining about the sorts of subsidies that have fuelled airlines since the dawn of commercial aviation.   Continue reading

Alumni and Friends of The University of Guyana (AFOUG) established in New York

Vice Chancellor Dr. Ivelaw Griffith names Leadership Team of UG’s Diasporic Association

Brooklyn, NY: — May 1, 2018 —Medgar Evers College

On a recent visit to New York the path that is continuing efforts to transform Guyana’s premier tertiary education institution the University of Guyana saw the formal establishing of a leadership team of what Dr. Griffith calls Education Resource Ambassadors.  They are patriots and individuals in Guyana and in the Diaspora, irrespective of whether or not they are alumni or former faculty and staff of the university.

Vice Chancellor Griffith with founding leaders of UG’s support team in NY.

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Airlines: JetBlue Guyana decision imminent

JetBlue Guyana decision imminent

April 30, 2018 – By Ray Chickrie
Caribbean News Now contributor

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana — US low cost carrier, JetBlue, which has indicated its interest in expanding into the Guyana market, is closer to making a decision, according to local media reports. The Guyana ministry of foreign affairs, without naming the airline, has also indicated that talks are still ongoing and that JetBlue will soon send a delegation to Guyana on a fact finding mission.    Continue reading

USA: Confederate Monuments are Going Down. Lynching Memorials are Going Up

Confederate Monuments are Going Down. Lynching Memorials are Going Up.

Southern Poverty Law Center

The markers are about the size of a man. The color of bricks made from Alabama’s red clay, they hang from the roof, one for every county in America where a person was lynched.

Appearing first at eye level, the markers read like headstones. But as the floor descends, they hang ever more ominously overhead, until visitors are forced to crane their necks — like the spectators who once gawked at the mutilated bodies of the black men and women who had been hung.        Continue reading

82-Year-Old Woman With Dementia Gets Her Memory Back After Changing Her Diet

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Recently, an 82-year-old woman who suffered from dementia, who couldn’t recognize her own son has miraculously got her memory back after changing her diet.

When his mother’s condition became so severe that for her own safety she had to be kept in the hospital, Mark Hatzer almost came to terms with losing another parent.

Sylvia had lost her memory and parts of her mind, she had even phoned the police once accusing the nurse who were caring for her of kidnap.

A change in diet, which was comprised of high amounts of blueberries and walnuts, has proven to have had a strong impact on Sylvia’s condition that her recipes are now being shared by the Alzheimer’s Society.

Sylvia also began incorporating other health foods, including broccoli, kale, spinach, sunflower seeds, green tea, oats, sweet potatoes and even dark chocolate with a high percentage of cacoa. All of these foods…

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New York: The Phagwah Parade at 30! – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

New York: The Phagwah Parade at 30!

By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

In a raw and bitter winter a miracle happened. The biting winds gave way to a clear and cloudless sky with warm temperatures. Liberty Avenue, in Queens New York, became the scene of revelry as magnificent floats, music, confetti and colored powder took over the streets. It was the 30th Annual Phagwah Parade and thousands were out to celebrate it in style.

The Parade has become an institution. According to the New York Times, the Phagwah Parade ‘is the single biggest street festival in Queens.’ What started with 70 hardy souls has grown to become a much-loved event that attracts people from all parts of the world.

Read more: The Phagwah Parade at 30

Why are the Bushes, Clintons, Obamas and Melania smiling so broadly at a funeral?

Why are the Bushes, Clintons, Obamas and Melania smiling so broadly at a funeral?

The warmth between them is the camaraderie you often see between rivals now bonded by experience. And the absence of Donald Trump can only have added to the relaxed air of the picture.

The Bush family with the Clintons, Obamas and Melania Trump at Barbara Bush’s funeral.
The Bush family with the Clintons, Obamas and Melania Trump at Barbara Bush’s funeral. Photograph: Paul Morse/AP

Consider him the elephant not in the room, simultaneously absent from this picture and looming over it.            READ MORE

CANGO Golf Tournament – Putnam. Ontario – July 21. 2018

Download: GUYANA- CANGO REPORT ON MEDICAL SURGERY

Download: CANGO Golf Tournament Flyer 2018 , Includes Registratiom and Map

TRIP GIVE-AWAY – TORONTO to GUYANA

This year the organizers of the Canada-Guyana Outreach Mission (CanGO) Golf Tournament have included two (2) return tickets to Guyana, South America as the Grand Prize.

The tickets are for one (1) week – travel only.

The winner will be announced at the conclusion of the 2018 CanGO Golf Tournament – Saturday, July 21, 2018.

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