Daily Archives: October 23, 2015

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 23 October 2015

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 23 October 2015  – – Kaieteur News 

(see other News sources at the end of this entry)

Previous Govt. waived US$303M on vehicles, other items in 2014

FULL STORY | – Auditor General report   – The 2014 report of the Auditor General has finally been released and its findings are raising shocking questions over the amount of money the previous Government was waiving on vehicle duties. GRA’s head,Khurshid… […]

Billions siphoned off from Transport and Harbours Dept. in 2003-2007

FULL STORY | By Abena Rockcliffe|  – Min. Patterson tells Parliament – Major discrepancies have been found in a few of the Auditor General’s reports on financial statements of the Transport and Harbours Department over the years 2003-2007. Minister of… […]        … See more article links below …… Continue reading

GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 21 October 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 21 October 2015

  • More financial irregularities uncovered at NCN
  • Guyana born cop gunned down in NYC
  • Gov’t looking to increase shares in Berbice Bridge
  • North West murder accused freed
  • More COPA flights out of Guyana
  • Sports

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

In death, Guyana-born NYPD Officer Randolph Holder becomes a hero

In death Guyana-born NYPD Officer Randolph Holder becomes a hero

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Officer Randolph Holder.

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Oct. 22, 2015: On Tuesday he was only another black New York City police officer, assigned to the East Harlem beat with five years of service under his belt. By end of day, he was a hero; albeit a dead one!

His killing yesterday led to all flags across New York state and city being ordered lowered to half-staff yesterday by both Governor Andrew Cuomo and NY Mayor Bill de Blasio.   Continue reading

‘Never Seen Anything Like This Before’ as 2015 Set to Be Hottest Year on Record

Published onThursday, October 22, 2015 by Common Dreams – by Jon Queally, staff writer

‘Never Seen Anything Like This Before’ as 2015 Set to Be Hottest Year on Record

With many eyes turning to UN talks in Paris, Earth continues to exhibit symptoms of a planet on fire

How much is  2015 ahead of other recent warm years? It’s not pretty. (Image: Climate Central)

“It’s just incredible to me. I’ve never seen anything like this before.”

That’s what Jessica Blunden, a climate scientist with the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), told the New York Times in an interview following the agency’s release on Wednesday of new figures showing that last month was the hottest September since records began and offered further confirmation that 2015 is on track to be the hottest year experienced in modern human history.   Continue reading

The New York Tutorial Support Group – Thanksgiving Dance – Nov 13, 2015

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The New York Tutorial Support Group – Thanksgiving Dance – Nov 13, 2015

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Halloween – The Witch and The Tree – by Peter Halder

Halloween – The Witch and The Tree  –  by Peter Halder

      Warraboola the Witch lived in an underground cave in the large area of thick woods some distance from the oak trees lined main avenue of the city.

Long tresses of grey and black hair reached down from the top of Warraboola’s head to her waist. On her head was a black, broad-rimmed cone shaped hat. Her long narrow face was adorned with thick grey bushy eyebrows, black steely eyes, a long, thin crooked nose, a wide mouth with thin lips and a long narrow chin. Her two ears were long and narrow like two antennas. She had long hands, with long fingers and long claw-like nails, Over her narrow bony body she wore a long-sleeve black dress that reached to her ankles. She had on long black boots. She sat in an old fashioned rocking chair smoking a corncob pipe. The puffs of smoke that rose from it gave the cave an evil and dreadful odor.   Continue reading

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