Daily Archives: December 26, 2015

GUYANA – Latest News from various sources – December 26, 2015

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 26 December 2015  –  Kaieteur News  

         (see other News sources at the end of this entry

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Guyana – An Emerging Travel Destination

Guyana – An Emerging Travel Destination

Posted: 24 Dec 2015  – St Stanislaus College Blog

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Best Caribbean Eateries In The US – News Americas Now Feature

Best Caribbean Eateries In The US – News Americas Now Feature

Caribbean fish at Love Cuisine in Phoenix

Caribbean fish at Love Cuisine in Phoenix

Compiled By NAN Lifestyle Editor

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Dec. 23, 2015: Christmas is a time for family, gifts and most of all FOOD.

There is no denying Caribbean food is among the best in the world – mainly because of its spice and flavor! But you don’t have to travel all the way to the Caribbean for the best Caribbean eats. This year, News Americas Now decided to compile the best Caribbean restaurants in the 10 most populated cities across the U.S.A. based on Yelp and TripAdvisor diners: Here are the top 10:   Continue reading

Guyana Government News Brief December 23, 2015

GINA logoGovernment News Brief December 23, 2015

  1. Guyana Water Authority supplying potable water to many communities that did not have clean water systems for years.
  2. Civil Defence Commission  sets up 24 hour monitoring to track emergencies and act on them promptly.
  3. West Coast Demerara Highway being widened by some 36 Km. Del Conte Road along the eastern Essequibo River also being planned.
  4. Umana Yana building foundation completed. Wai Wai Amerindian tribe to rebuild it shortly. Solar lighting systems as well as water sprinkler systems inside an outside will be installed.    Continue reading

Race on Campus – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Race on Campus – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Statistics can be cooked up to prove almost anything.is a good example of a psychologist that has used numbers to prove his theory. He spent the greater part of his life showing that, ‘a child’s intelligence was mainly inherited from its parents and that social circumstances played only a minor role.’

This idea took root in Britain before the introduction of comprehensive education and it formed the basis of education policy there for a number of years. Since intelligence was derived largely from heredity it could be measured and graded. This led to intelligence or IQ tests that ‘creamed off’ a minority to elite schools while the rest were labeled as failures.   Continue reading

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