Daily Archives: July 13, 2013

Guyanese Online Newsletter – Jun-Jul 2013

Guyanese Online Newsletter – Jun-Jul 2013

Guyanese Online Newsletter – June-July 2013
This monthly newsletter is published by the Guyanese Online Blog. It contains news items for June and part of July 2013.

Download: 37- Guyanese Online Newsletter – June-July 2013

This 37th issue has 25 pages. It features the USA Independence Celebrations 2013 ,  CARICOM’s 40th Anniversary; Guyana’s Parliament and Politics; Advertisements by Guyanese Associations ; Arts and Cultural News; Guest Editorial;  Governance related news ; Other Guyana news; Agriculture, Business; Education ; Medical News; and Tourism, and our new Legal Page that focuses on USA Immigration.

It also lists the 107 Blog entries for June 2013, and those that were most popular with readers.

 Download: 37- Guyanese Online Newsletter – June-July 2013

Cyril Bryan, editor

Capitol News – TV video Reports – July 11, 2013

Capitol News  – July 11, 2013

  • GECOM Commissioner Vincent Alexander speaks out against the actions of former Chief Elections Officer Gocool Boodhoo
  • Guyana Women Miners Organisation seeks Parliamentary support to fight trafficking in persons
  • Gov’t sticks with Mr. Patrick Mentore to lead Police reforms despite Thomas Carroll visa scandal allegations
  • Brickdam lockups to get G$40 million upper flat
  • Family of a young Guyanese nurse who died suddenly in India seek answers
  • Main opposition heads to the courts to challenge the new fees for broadcast licences

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GECOM Commissioner Vincent Alexander speaks out against the actions of former Chief Elections Officer Gocool BoodhooPosted: 11 Jul 2013 04:29 PM PDT

Speaking to Capitol News Commissioner at the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Vincent Alexander said he cannot in any ‘good faith’ allow the renewal of the employment contract for former Chief Elections Officer Gocool Boodoo. Alexander has accused Boodoo of making a fraudulent declaration which was observed by him during the tabulation of the 2011 elections […]

Gov’t going ahead with CJIA expansion

An artist's impression of the new CJI Airport.

Gov’t going ahead with CJIA expansion

Friday, 12 July 2013 – Demerara Waves – Government intends to go ahead with the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) expansion project in light of the fact that the hefty sum of US$20M has already been invested for mobilisation, field and laboratory works, Minister of Public Works, Robeson Benn said on Friday July 12, 2013.

The project represents the latest of government’s ongoing efforts to transform and modernise the infrastructural landscape of the country; including the East Bank and East Coast  four-lane highways, which are under construction.     Continue reading

Rush Hour Traffic in Ho Chi Minh City, (Saigon) Viet Nam – video

Rush Hour Traffic in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam

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Video taken on May 15, 2010, 6.00 PM at KFC rooftop, Nguyen Cahn Cha intersection, Ho Chi Minh City, (formerly Saigon) Viet Nam. Watching Saigon traffic is truly an exhilarating experience, crossing the streets is another story!   Amazingly, there are few accidents.

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