Daily Archives: February 20, 2015

Guyana: More flooding expected as spring tides hit coastlands

Guyana: More flooding expected as spring tides hit coastlands

February 20, 2015 | By | Filed Under News
A shopper moves gingerly through the floodwaters on Water St.

The floodwaters on Water St. Georgetown

Several villages will be bracing themselves for possible flooding today as current spring tides are expected to hit another high following flooding in a few areas yesterday, including the Stabroek Market and businesses and vendors along Water Street and Stabroek Market, Georgetown

The Ministry of Public Works yesterday issued an advisory, warning the general public to be on guard as spring tides are predicted to reach one of their highest levels today (Friday 20th). Today, a height of 3.34 metres is expected at 5:23pm.  Continue reading

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 19 February 2015

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 19 February 2015

  • Moco Mocoa bars President, team from entering village
  • UG students want official intervention to end strike
  • Granger goes to church; preaches peace, unity of APNU/AFC coalition
  • DEA on recruiting drive for opening of office here
  • Writ filed to block Sooba from selling spots along Mash Day route
  • Vulcanizing shop owner executed
  • A look at the Court
  • Sports

Click links below to view the TV News Videos:-  Continue reading

Guyana: Exxon Mobil to begin exploratory drilling offshore – Venezuela reacts!

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 Guyana: Exxon Mobil to begin exploratory drilling offshore 

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Thursday February 19, 2015, CMC – Exxon Mobil says plans are in place to start exploratory drilling next month.

In a release on Thursday, it was disclosed that the Minister of Natural Resources Robert Persaud, met with Chuck Calavan, ExxonMobil Vice President of US and Latin America and Jeff Simon, Country Manager, ESSO.

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Signs Your Husband Is Happily Married + photos married couples: Then and Now

12 Signs Your Husband Is Happily Married

Posted: 02/17/2015 11:44 am EST – Huffington Post

By Drs. Evelyn And Paul Moschetta

marriedWe call it “dropping the bomb” syndrome and it usually follows the same pattern: one partner believes their marriage is going along fine when the other suddenly announces it’s over — finished, done, period. It turns out that things were far from fine.

There was a lot of denial going on, a lot of saying “yes” when you meant “no” and a lot of unexpressed anger simmering just below the surface. When that simmer reaches a boil, the bomb drops. Continue reading

To This Day Project – From Pain to Beauty: Violence in Schools – Shane Koyczan – video

To This Day Project – From Pain to Beauty- Shane Koyczan 

Published on Feb 19, 2013 – This video has over 15 Million views

Shane Koyczan “To This Day”

“My experiences with violence in schools still echo throughout my life but standing to face the problem has helped me in immeasurable ways.    Continue reading

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