Daily Archives: February 5, 2015

THE TIDES OF DEMERARA: 14 POEMS – By Dmitri Allicock

THE TIDES OF DEMERARA

14 POEMS

Mackenzie market

By Dmitri Allicock

A BEER TO REMEMBER

The Mackenzie Market of yesteryear

Drama and memories held most dear

The Bauxite Company’s horn blowing

A Banks Beer and customers glowing

Song & rhythm of bygone 1960s beat

The Ferry Boat and R.H Carr so sweet   Continue reading

Guyana: Capitol News Videos – 04 February 2015

Guyana: Capitol News Videos – 04 Feb 2015

  • Jagdeo says not interested in third term or any elected posts
  • Son of Rice board head charged with rape
  • UG workers reject latest pay hike offer
  • Massive Ground search to begin for search of missing pilot, cargo handler
  • Honorary Consul in caught up in Trinidad’s political storm
  • BV residents burn tires in anger over state of roads
  • Sports

Click links below to view the TV News videos:

Jagdeo says not interested in third term or any elected posts

Posted: 04 Feb 2015 05:04 PM PST   Continue reading

Scenes from Beautiful Guyana – video slides

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BEAUTIFUL GUYANA – by Eerepami Regenwaldstiftung

Uploaded on Jun 9, 2011 – Some impressions from the beautiful country of Guyana. For more information visit us at http://www.eerepami.de.

The Diamonds – Little Darling (revisited)

The Diamonds – Little Darling 

This is a rendition over 50 years later, with all the original singers, of this popular song first released in 1957. See the original 1957 video below.

Some comments:  Continue reading

AGCO Republic Mashramani Luncheon – Toronto – February 22, 2015

AGCO lunch

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Alliance of Guyanese Canadian Organizations (AGCO)

Republic Mashramani Luncheon – Toronto

February 22, 2015

 

Caribbean Airlines (CAL) suffers US$60m loss for 2014

Caribbean Airlines (CAL) suffers US$60m loss for 2014

Larry Howai

Larry Howai

Caribbean Airlines (CAL) unaudited accounts for 2014 show a loss of US$60 million although the airline plans to achieve breakeven by 2017, Finance Minister Larry Howai said yesterday.  Replying to an Opposition question in the Senate, Howai said  CAL’s accounts for 2014 haven’t been completed. “We estimated though that the company would have lost about US$60 million in 2014. The audited accounts for 2014 are not scheduled for completion until the second half of this year.

“When the new board took office, a number of audits were outstanding. By the end of this year all audits will be up to date. The unaudited accounts for 2014 show a loss of US$60m in 2014,” he said. The minister said the figure was for the entire operation, including Jamaica. Continue reading

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