Daily Archives: February 6, 2015

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 05 Feb 2015

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 05 Feb 2015

  • Ramotar urges Army to act professional during elections period
  • Benn ready to go to jail over extra-Parliamentary spending
  • AFC says quashing of two-term limit for Presidents could jeapordise other reforms
  • Essequibo businesswoman sold two women into sex slavery
  • NAACIE presses call for GuySuCo inquiry
  • Aubrey Norton ready for PNC role in upcoming elections
  • Housing woes forces couple into their own business
  • 14 to compete for Carib Soca Monarch competition
  • Top Cop suggests promotion of “torture cops” a done deal
  • Sports

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The stuff paradox: Dealing with clutter in the US

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While more and more Americans struggle to make do with less due to economic hardship, others are making a conscious choice to shed their possessions.

When Courtney Carver was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2006, she took a long, hard look at her life and decided to focus on only the things that were really important. And that meant reducing the amount of “stuff” cluttering her space and her time. Continue reading

BBC Travel: Guyana’s path to paradise

Guyana’s path to paradise

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By Sarah Grainger – for BBC Travel

Photo: The spectacular Kaieteur Falls are one of the top attractions of Guyana’s pristine interior. (Sarah Grainger)

Despite its cultural, political and economic credentials as a Caribbean nation, Guyana’s coastline on the northeast edge of South America is nothing to write home about. But on tPhoto: he bright side, the country’s muddy beaches have deterred the kind of development seen elsewhere in the region.

For the most part, the hotels and resorts have stayed away and the interior has been preserved, keeping intact this country’s slice of the Amazon rainforest and turning Guyana into an emerging eco-tourism destination.  Continue reading

Fixing Things – at the University of Guyana (UG)

Fixing things – at the University of Guyana (UG)

Stabroek News – February 5, 2015 –Editorial |

To say that the physical environment at the University of Guyana (UG) is disgraceful would be to make a colossal understatement.

Over the years, students have complained about, among other things, broken toilets, leaking roofs, damaged furniture, sweltering heat in some buildings as a result of damaged air conditioning units, animals roaming the campus and thick bushes in sections which encourage the breeding of mosquitoes and could provide cover from where bandits could pounce on unsuspecting passersby.   Continue reading

Demerara Gold- featuring Ingrid Griffith – Brooklyn NY – February 21, 2015

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