Daily Archives: 11/05/2016

Guyana– Latest News from various sources – November 05, 2016

Guyana: LATEST NEWS – 05 November 2016 – Kaieteur News… (see other News sources at the end of this entry)

Future Bright For Tourism Sector in the Caribbean

 Future Bright For Tourism Sector in the Caribbean
Travellers disembark at Barbados airport

Travellers disembark at Barbados airport

THE CARIBBEAN HAD WELCOMED 29 MILLION STOPOVER VISITORS SO FAR THIS YEAR.

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Monday October 31, 2016 – The tourism sector in the Caribbean is expected to continue to grow.

That word has come from the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA’s) director general and chief executive officer Frank J Comito.

While admitting that the sector was facing some challenges, he said it was still poised to continue on a path of growth.   Continue reading

Without Bold Agenda A Clinton Presidency Won’t Stand Chance – commentary

Without Bold Agenda, Warn Progressives, A Clinton Presidency Won’t Stand Chance

‘If she wants to be more than a one-term president, she’s going to have to work with the left. Period,’ Murshed Zaheed, political director of CREDO

by Lauren McCauley, November 03, 2016 – by Common Dreams – Comments

Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton

Progressive leaders, including Sen. Bernie Sanders and 350.org co-founder Bill McKibben, have vowed that there will no honeymoon period for the centrist Democrat, should she be elected. 

While the whole country appears to be on edge ahead of next week’s presidential election, the Left is “increasingly confident” that, should a Hillary Clinton presidency come to pass, the Democratic nominee won’t be able to turn her back on progressive campaign promises—as many argue President Barack Obama did—because she will need that grassroots support if she hopes to stay in office beyond four years.     Continue reading

Road Safety Month – Slow down and Drive carefully – By Yvonne Sam

Road Safety Month—Slow down and Drive carefully – By Yvonne Sam

Drivers can do the nation a good deed by driving at the correct speed.

Armed with the known facts – President Granger is called upon to act.

Dear Editor,

letters-to-the-editorWith no malice or rancor aforethought, permit me to proffer my two bits on the road carnage occurring in Guyana, and at the selfsame time submit possible life saving solutions.  Such is fitting and timely in light of November being Road Safety Month. The very fact that on average more than one person per day dies needlessly on the roads, and hundreds more are seriously injured every year is tantamount to a national scandal. The carnage brings in its wake (no pun intended) heartbreak and suffering to far too many individuals and families especially the young.     Continue reading

Guyana Government News Brief – November 4, 2016

GINA logoGuyana Government News Brief – November 4, 2016

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