Daily Archives: October 18, 2014

Update from Moray House Trust: October 2014 – for Guyanese Online

 Update from Moray House Trust: October 2014

In mid-September Moray House Trust was delighted to host the first in a series of slideshows by local photographers. Two photographers, Fidal Bassier and Nikhil Ramkarran, participated in this first presentation.

Fidal Bassier

Fidal Bassier

Fidal’s presentation was called ‘Art in Weddings’. Fidal is primarily a wedding and events photographer who sharpens his skills and eye by dabbling in all types of photography when he isn’t working on a paying job.

Fidal’s wedding photography is premised on the idea that mere documentary recording of events does a disservice to the occasion and the couple’s memories. Fidal brings an unusual perspective by capturing the feeling and essence of the wedding, from the small but meaningful details to the personalities of the couple and their guests. Continue reading

Guyana – Capitol TV News Videos – 14 October 2014

Guyana – Capitol TV News Videos – 14 October 2014

  • Student suicide shocks WCD “Swami” school
  • No full compensation for flooded EBD communities
  • GWI offers “Free Pass for disconnected consumers
  • Granger continues call for Local Gov’t polls
  • AFC says gov’t stalling NO Confidence debate
  • Plaisance residents say Whittaker “stranger to the truth”
  • Sports
Student suicide shocks WCD “Swami” school   Posted: 14 Oct 2014 02:09 PM PDT

Dead is Alex Persaud of 18 Stewartville, West Coast Demerara. The boy bought Gramoxone at a shop nearby his home two Mondays ago and succumbed last Friday. The teenager was said to be involved with an 18-year-old Information Technology teacher at the Saraswati Vidya Niketan Secondary School at Cornelia Ida. Persaud was in his third […] Continue reading

Guyanese girl tops CSEC – QC wins Caribbean school of the year award

Guyanese girl tops CSEC – QC wins school of the year award

OCTOBER 17, 2014 · BY STABROEK NEWS ·  COMMENTS

The following CXC press release was issued today

Elisa Hamilton

Elisa Hamilton

Queen’s College Guyana Tops CSEC Again –   

A student from Queen’s College in Guyana is once again the Most Outstanding Candidate in the region in the May/June Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations.

Elisa Hamilton leads a trio of Queen’s College top performers as the 2014 Most Outstanding Candidate Overall in the region. Elisa wins the award with acceptable grades in 20 subjects; She achieved Grade I in 19 subjects: Agricultural Science (DA), Biology, Chemistry, English A, English B, Food and Nutrition, French, Geography, Home Economics Management, Information Technology, Integrated Science, Mathematics, Physics, Principles of Business, Social Studies, Spanish, Electronic Document Preparation and Management, Physical Education and Sport, Human and Social Biology, and Electrical and Electronic Technology, and Grade II in Religious Education.   Continue reading

Guyana Shoe Drive by Guyana Community Outreach Fund – Donate!

Give a pair of shoes for the people of Breeze Point, Guyana

Guyana Community Outreach Fund (GCOF), NFP

shoeThe Breeze Point, Guyana Shoe Drive

The men, women and children in Breeze Point, Guyana would be thankful to receive new or gently used, waterproof shoes, boots or gym shoes

Download Flyer:  Shoe Drive– Donate Used and New Shoes

Your donation will help the disadvantaged and underserved people of Guyana

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Cricket: Windies cut short Indian tour over WIPA pay dispute

Windies cut short Indian tour over WIPA pay dispute

While there has been no announcement yet from the West Indies Cricket Board, the team will complete the fourth ODI which started Friday here and then return home.
They were expected to play a fifth ODI in Kolkata next Monday, a Twenty20 International two days later and a three-Test series beginning October 30th in Hyderabad
Attempts to reach the officials of the WICB were unsuccessful.

West Indies players in India have been locked in an impasse with WIPA over what they claim is a 65 per cent reduction in their earnings, stemming from the recent Collective Bargaining Agreement and Memorandum of Understanding the union signed with the WICB.   Continue reading

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