Daily Archives: 09/30/2012

Guyanese Online Newsletter – September-2012

Guyanese Online Newsletter – September-2012

Download: 30 – Guyanese Online Newsletter – September-2012

This monthly newsletter is published on the last day of every month, with news and events for that month not covered in the Blog entries. The headline story this month is GUYEXPO-2012.

About 70% of our estimated 20,000+ readers live in the USA, Canada, and the UK,

This 30th issue has 25 pages.  Here are the major news categories:  List of top 30 most popular; September Blog Entries; Guyanese Associations News,  Guest Editorial; Guyana’s Parliament and Governance; Agriculture, Forestry and Mining;  Business; Education ; Medical News; Tourism; Arts and Cultural News;  and Caribbean and Regional News.

Guyanese Associations can advertise FREE in this newsletter and blog, so send in your information early. Companies can advertise at very low rates.  Please write me at cybryan@gmail.com   or guyaneseonline@gmail.com

Your comments are welcome. Please put them on this Blog entry or e-mail me.

Download: #30 – Guyanese Online Newsletter – September-2012

John Fernandes – A household name in Guyana

John Fernandes – A household name in Guyana

September 20, 2012 By Guyana Times

John Fernandes Ltd is one of the largest and well known companies in Guyana and around the world, including the Caribbean, which has, since its founding, branched into several other business ventures across the country.

Current JFL CEO/Chairman Chris Fernandes (right)

First Chairman John Fernandes Snr     Continue reading

Fall can’t stop Sparrow – at Trinidad’s 50th anniversary

Fall can’t stop Sparrow

Stabroek – September 24, 2012 (Trinidad Express)

The man who will always be known as the  the Mighty Sparrow, received a standing ovation when he came on to the stage at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA), in Port of Spain on Saturday evening, September 21, 2012.
But the event which featured a dramatision of some of Sparrow’s calypsoes by various artistes had some unscheduled drama which saw him take a fall to the side of the stage and he had to be assisted to his feet, but he was not ill and he was unharmed and was able to continue his performance.              [Salt-fish music video at end] Continue reading

Suriname seizes Guyanese and Venezuelan fishing vessels

Surinamese authorities seize Guyanese and Venezuelan fishing vessels

The issue of illegal fishing is once again being highlighted, with the reported seizure of Guyanese and Venezuelan fishing vessels by Surinamese authorities. A report out of Suriname earlier this week, accused its Eastern and Western neighbours, Guyana and Venezuela, of cleaning out its fishing grounds as a result of illegal fishing . The report in a Surinamese newspaper, pointed to the use of illegal methods to fish and announced that several vessels have been confiscated by Surinamese authorities, and crews were arrested and even deported.   Continue reading

Assistant Superintendent Todd testifies at Linden Inquiry

Published on Sep 28, 2012 by 

Assistant Superintendent Todd testifies that he did all of the shooting of the shotguns

As Assistant Superintendent, Patrick Todd, who was in charge of the TSU on the day of the Linden shooting continued on the stand today, he testified that he did all the shooting of the shotguns and throwing of the tear smoke canisters. He said, he never shot at the crowd but shot down to the road so that it could ricochet in the direction of the crowd. When grilled about why he took it upon himself to do all the shooting and throwing of tear gas, he said, he had more trust in himself; that the members of his unit were not experienced enough. Continue reading

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