Daily Archives: December 14, 2015

GUYANA – Latest News from various sources – December 14, 2015

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 14 December 2015  –  Kaieteur News  

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

Miri Regev – Israeli Min. of Culture and Sport – Trump in High-Heels – by Danna Harman – Haaretz

Miri Regev – Israeli Minister of Culture and Sport – Trump in High-Heels – by Danna HarmanHaaretz

Rare is the day that passes in Israel without a  headline. Or two.

The 50-year-old came hurtling into politics at full speed – a swirl of hawkish positions, Facebook updates and blue high-heeled shoes – less than eight years ago. And it’s been go-go-go ever since.

One might easily, on any given morning, wake up to Israel’s Minister of Culture and Sports lecturing the radio talk show hosts on why Arab members of parliament praying at the Temple Mount need to be thrown into jail. Or, maybe, you might catch her on Twitter, sharing 140 characters worth of her morning musing on the U.S.-Iran deal.

Grabbing coffee – TV on in the background – one might then catch a few sound bites from a quickly convened press conference over at her Tel Aviv office. There, she might be talking about what she thinks of the national judo team competing at the grand slam competition in Abu Dhabi without Israeli flag patches on their judogis (not much). Or, maybe she will be railing against the “Ashkenazi” music she claims Army Radio plays.  Continue reading

GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 11 December 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 11 December 2015

Click links below this listing to view the TV News Videos:-

  • Benefits for fallen service men and women to be worked out
  • Contracted workers throng City Hall for payments
  • GT&T eager for liberalization in sector
  • Parliament provides Christmas cheer for children
  • Sports

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Government News Brief – December 11, 2015

GINA logoGovernment News Brief – December 11, 2015

  1. Linden: Small Business Development Fund established. Loans for the self-employed.  Focus on women self employment.
  2. First Lady Sandra Granger at Lethem Region Workshop. Focus on Women and their role in the community. Self employment and independence extremely important as well the vaue they must place on their work.
  3. Kaieteur National Park: Amerindian residents of the Chenapau community want to see the Kaieteur and its history respected. They want to see an end to its use as a suicide site.  They also want more help with education to reduce the student dropout rate.
  4. Georgetown:  Stabroek mini bus park demarcated and order implemented.   Also the Ministry of Tourism is looking at making part of Georgetown a World Heritage site similar to that of done in Paramaribo, Suriname.

Latest Facts On The Caribbean Population In The US – NAN

13 Latest Facts On The Caribbean Population In The US – NAN

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Photo: Politicians including New York Governor Andrew Cuomo working the West Indian bloc at the annual West Indian Labor Day Carnival in Brooklyn, New York. (Photo by Yana Paskova)

By News Americas Now (NAN) Staff Writer

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Dec. 11, 2015: The US Census Bureau has released its latest estimates on the population in the US, including Caribbean and West Indians across the country. Here are 13 latest facts as obtained first by News Americas Now:   Continue reading

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