Daily Archives: 10/31/2016

Guyana– Latest News from various sources – October 31, 2016

Guyana: LATEST NEWS – 31 October 2016 – Kaieteur News… (see other News sources at the end of this entry)

Obama the Avenger and His Vendetta Against Trump and the GOP – Chemi Shalev – Haaretz

Analysis: Obama the Avenger and His Vendetta Against Trump and the GOP

The First Family is exacting revenge on the candidate who led the Birther movement and the party that tormented them for the past eight years.

– Chemi Shalev – Haaretz

commentaryBarack Obama is fired up and ready to go. He flies around from political rally to donors’ events, stirring crowds, encouraging Democrats and enthusing voters with the intense rhetoric of a Baptist preacher. He pushes his audiences not only to vote but to take others with them, not only to support Hillary Clinton but to achieve victory for Democrats all down the line. And that’s before we even mention his wife, the breakout mega-superstar of the election season who will hold her first joint appearance with Clinton in North Carolina on Thursday.

There’s never been a presidential family that has committed itself so totally and unequivocally in favour of their party’s presidential contender and, in Donald Trump’s case, against the rival party’s candidate.     Continue reading

Caribbean Life News Update – 29 October 2016

Caribbean LifeCaribbean Life News Update – 29 October 2016

Queens resid­ents raise concern over traffi­cking of Guyanese children


Quest­ions on how to combat traffi­cking of children from Guyana to the United States, were posed to newly appoi­nted Guyana Consul General to New York, Barbara Atherly, who held the consu­late’s first town hall meeting on Friday, Oct. 21, at the Shri Lakshmi Narayan Mandir on Liberty Avenue, in Richmond Hill, Queens.

Diwali lights up Queens


In spite of the cold temper­atures and persi­stent rainfall, Richmond Hill, Queens, lit up on Oct. 22, with dazzling lights to celeb­rate Diwali, the Festival of Lights on the Hindu calendar.

HEROC to stage Cancer Aware­ness Walk in Guyana

BY TANGERINE CLARKE | HEALTH          Continue reading

Guyana – Capitol TV News Videos – 28 October 2016

Capitol TV News Videos – 28 October 2016   Capitol TV logo

Cabinet forwards findings of forensic audit reports into pradoville and 2007 world cup cricket to Police force after suspected criminal acts are unearthed
Cabinet will no longer be awarding contracts now that the Public Procurement Commission has been established
Foreign Service Officers involved in capacity building workshop on sustainable development to push Guyana’s economic diplomacy
CANU cleared in Commission of Inquiry to investigate claims made by convicted drug dealer Barry Dataram, but operational deficiencies were found
Technical institute hosts open house to inform the public of education opportunities available
SUCO still investigating former Ministry of Presidency Permanent Secretary over financial irregularities
Health Minister welcomes investigation into corrupt procurement practices at his ministry
Diamond Mineral Water Sports Roundup
Sugar Union voices it’s dissatisfaction over GUYSOC’s failure to pay increase to workers
Private sector weighs in on Guyana’s exit from the FATF process and it’s impact on the business community
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