Daily Archives: August 19, 2015

GUYANA – Latest News – 18 August 2015 – Demerara Waves

 GUYANA – Latest News – 18 August 2015 – Demerara Waves

GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 18 August 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 18 August 2015

  • Police force come under scrutiny
  • Indigenous People: Government to end handout culture
  • Guns Amnesty
  • Blind students perform well at CSEC exams
  • Government replaces hinterland programme
  • Public appeal regarding “greener Georgetown”
  • Sports

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Brooklyn Steel Orchestra – Ah Feeling – Steel Band music video

Brooklyn Steel Orchestra – Ah Feeling

Published on Aug 10, 2015   – (best viewed in full screen)

International Conference and Panorama (ICP)
Trinidad and Tobago, 2015.

Real Time with Bill Maher: Overtime – August 7, 2015 (HBO) – video

Real Time with Bill Maher: Overtime – August 7, 2015 (HBO) – Video

Bill Maher and his guests – Michael Mann, Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, Mary Matalin, Steve Schmidt and Caitlin Flanagan – answer viewer questions after the show.

 Subjects Discussed: 1. Sanctuary Cities in the USA.  2. College Fraternities.   3. Climate Change – sea levels rising.  4.  Joe Biden entering Democratic Race (?).  5.  Legalizing Recreational Marijuana – California ballot in 2016.

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Jamaica Government: Consultant hired For Medical Marijuana and Industrial Hemp + Video

Jamaica: Ministry of Industry Hires Consultant For Medical Marijuana and Industrial Hemp

Jamaica’s Ministry of Industry, Investment and Commerce on Friday (August 14) announced that BOTEC Analysis has been hired as a consultant for the development of regulations to guide Jamaica’s nascent medical marijuana and industrial hemp sectors. At the end of the consultancy, BOTEC Analysis will submit to Jamaica’s Cannabis Licensing Authority (CLA) a final report with regulatory recommendations, which will include, but are not limited to, licensing, market sizing, taxation, and organizational structures.

Over two months, BOTEC Analysis will conduct on-the-ground research and a series of interviews with stakeholders in the Jamaican government as well as marijuana industry participants, local business leaders, scientists, police departments, medical associations, and consumers.   Continue reading