Daily Archives: January 9, 2016

GUYANA – Latest News from various sources – January 9, 2016

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 09 January 2016  – Kaieteur News

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An American visited the UK- His description of British Life- “absolutely perfect”

AN AMERICAN VISITED THE UK AND HIS DESCRIPTION OF BRITISH LIFE… IS ABSOLUTELY PERFECT

06 Oct 2015
If you’re from Britain it’s quite easy to often forget how great this
place is. If you’re not from Britain, however, we probably seem like
quite an odd bunch at times.

The following Facebook post, written by 66-year-old American Scott
  Waters, pretty much fits both of the above. Penned following a visit
to the UK this summer (most of which appears to have been in
Cornwall), Waters wrote up the various cultural differences and posted
them to the world of social media. The post promptly went viral and
has been shared almost 50,000 times – the reason being: because it’s
brilliant.

 Here’s what the man had to say about the Brits: 
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Guyana – Government News Brief January 7, 2015

GINA logoGovernment News Brief January 7, 2015

  1. Venezuela had assigned Spanish names to Guyana’s territory in Google maps.  This has been corrested by Google after submissions by Guyana’s government.
  2. Rice exports: Paddy exports increased to a record  537,000 tons  in 2015. Here is an extended report on the rice sector highlighting production and income from international sales.
  3. Prime Minister Nagamootoo talks about the government’s efforts in expanding the sales of Guyanese products abroad. He also defends the integrity and sovereignty of Guyana.   Continue reading

Two Classics, One Car: A Collector Shows Off Her Lifelong Favorite – NYT videeo

Two Classics, One Car: A Collector Shows Off Her Lifelong Favorite | The New York Times

Published on Jan 22, 2013 – After six decades, Margaret Dunning still breezes down the road in her creamy 740 Packard roadster.

It’s not everyday that you see a true classic car let alone one still driven by it’s original owner. But after eight decades, Margaret Dunning still drives around town in her creamy 740 Packard roadster. Not only that but she also does regular maintenance on it like changing the oil and spark plugs. Not bad for a lady who’s 101 years old.

Video #2

Margret Dunning interview @ The Glenmoor Gathering of Significant Automobiles    

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