Daily Archives: 02/15/2016

Guyana– Latest News from various sources – February 15, 2016

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 15 February 2016  – Kaieteur News

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

Georgetown: The homeless conundrum – commentary

The homeless conundrum

By Stabroek News – On February 11, 2016 – In Editorial

Georgetown’s homeless, like their counterparts in every other city in the world, are its most highly visible yet unseen residents. Homeless is a broad name used to refer to a wide range of people who live on the streets for myriad reasons. Among them are the elderly, who eschew the lack of liberty available at ‘old folks’ homes or at their children’s/relatives’ residences; the abandoned, who can’t fit in with family/relatives because of an illness; the runaways; the drug and alcohol addicted and the mentally ill.

In Guyana, people who are truly homeless—having lost their homes because of their inability to pay rent or mortgage or to fire—rarely live on the street. They tuck in at a shelter or a relative’s or friend’s place because they know their situation is temporary and they will be working towards a permanent solution to it. On the other hand, the people who choose to live on the street have often tuned out from life and its ‘normalness’—the 9 to 5 grind, homemaking and housekeeping and being social. They tend to congregate in busy areas where they can receive a daily handout.   Continue reading

Cricket: West Indies win U-19 World Cup title in finals vs India

Pacemen, Keacy Carty take West Indies U-19 to World Cup title

The victorious West Indian team (ICC photo)

The victorious West Indian team (ICC photo)

Stabroek News – On February 14, 2016

(ICC) Only time will tell how West Indies Under-19 lifting the ICC Under-19 World Cup 2016 trophy will impact the health of the game, especially in their islands. But 11 young boys led by Shimron Hetmyer were hardly thinking about the ramifications of their performance on the big picture as they scripted a tense five-wicket win over India Under-19 in the final at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur today.

That the West Indians’ minds were very much in the present was evident in the fourth ball of India’s innings after West Indies elected to field on a green-tinged pitch that was being used for the third time in the tournament. Standing outside his crease to Alzarri Joseph, Rishabh Pant was caught unawares as Tevin Imlach’s underarm throw gave him a stumping off the tournament’s fastest bowler.  Continue reading

Guyana 411 – February 12, 2016 – Focus on Youth

GINA logoGuyana 411 – February 12, 2016 – Focus on Youth



We would never see all of these things in ourlifetime if not for the Internet and excellent photography!!

St. Mary’s Altar, Krakow , Poland

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