Daily Archives: November 24, 2015

GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 23 November 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 23 November 2015

  • Another suicide at Kaieteur Falls
  • Execution attempt
  • A new currency note to be introduced
  • Easier systems for housing applicants
  • Demand more pay urges a regional teachers union
  • Pitbull mauls child at home
  • Sports

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

GUYANA – Latest News from various sources – November 24, 2015

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 24 November 2015  –  Kaieteur News  

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

Guyana – This Week with the President – November 21, 2015

This Week with the President – November 21, 2015

  1. Improving security – Guyana Police Force.
  2. Condolences to France for attacks in Paris.
  3. University of Guyana Graduation 2015.
  4. Tutorial High School Graduation.
  5. Villages and Education – Self Reliance and Development.
  6. Guyana Defence Force (GDF) – 50th Anniversary Celebrations.
  7. Scouting in Guyana – meeting with the President.
  8. New Zealand cooperation with Guyana.
  9. President’s College Alumni offer support for College improvements.

Update from Moray House Trust: November 2015 – for Guyanese Online

Update from Moray House Trust: November 2015 – for Guyanese Online

Moray House Trust

Moray House Trust

A few months ago, in September, Moray House Trust inaugurated a new series of Lunchtime Sessions to try to engage smaller audiences on topics that remain taboo in Guyana such as alcoholism, domestic abuse, child abuse and cruelty to animals. We invited a member of Al-Anon to speak about her experience of living with an alcoholic in the family. Al-Anon is an international network of support groups set up to provide understanding, strength and hope to families and friends of problem drinkers.

At the end of September the Trust organised a seminar on The Sugar Industry in Guyana where a panel of four experts presented their views on the sugar industry.  Continue reading

Anote Tong: My country will be underwater soon — unless we work together – TED interview

Anote Tong: My country will be underwater soon — unless we work together

For the people of Kiribati, climate change isn’t something to be debated, denied or legislated against — it’s an everyday reality. The low-lying Pacific island nation may soon be underwater, thanks to rising sea levels. In a personal conversation with TED Curator Chris Anderson, Kiribati President Anote Tong discusses his country’s present climate catastrophe and its imperiled future. “In order to deal with climate change, there’s got to be sacrifice. There’s got to be commitment,” he says. “We’ve got to tell people that the world has changed.”

Filmed October 2015 at Mission Blue II

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