Daily Archives: May 20, 2017

Where is the Ruimveldt Independence Arch? – by Francis Quamina Farrier

Where is the Ruimveldt Independence Arch? – by Francis Quamina Farrier

Francis Quamina Farrier

Where is that super sleuth Sherlock Homes when you need him? The famous fictional English detective is very much needed here in Guyana at this time, to crack the cold case of, The MISSING RUIMVELDT INDEPENDENCE ARCH.

At this time of Guyana’s cold cases history, we need some help from the British, and we do have some help right now in the person of Russell Combe, a British Senior Security Sector Reform Adviser. Since his arrival in Guyana, the British Security Ace has been meeting with ministers of government and the country’s top brass in National Security, including the Police Force, the Defense Force and the Prison authorizes.    Continue reading

Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – May 18-20, 2017

News – May 20, 2017

The all-or-nothing cricketer – Chris Gayle’s batting strategy is unique

The all-or-nothing cricketer – Chris Gayle’s batting strategy is unique

But the best T20 player who ever lived is also a relic

Bubble bath- The end of Canada’s housing boom?

Bubble bath- The end of Canada’s housing boom?

American protectionism is not the only threat to the economy

What Makes A Country Happy – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine – commentary

What Makes A Country Happy – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

The images from Syria are horrible.

Why would a ruler want to use chemical weapons against his own people? There are many tragic scenes that tug at the heart but one man holding his dead twin daughters will forever be seared in the memory.

While the world waited for Trump’s response the usual blame game and denials surfaced. The fact is that Syria is one of the unhappiest places on earth. But it is not alone.

It is followed by Afghanistan, Burundi and Togo in the latest World happiness Report.  Continue reading

Guyana – Government News Brief – May 18, 2017

GINA Guyana

Guyana – Government News Brief – May 18, 2017