Daily Archives: November 3, 2017

Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – November 3, 2017

News – 03 November 2017

Rowdy, placard-bearing opposition disrupts opening of Parliament 

AFC disputes report of Canada branch severing ties

Six years later, $618M CJIA access road still incomplete

New GECOM Chairman misled President on CV

Importer loses warehouse licences after vehicles, equipment disappear

147 pounds cocaine in rice…Shipper rented office from Customs broker both in custody

Coalition Govt. spends almost $700M from Emergency Fund to meet routine expenses

Airport Expansion – Big strides!

Bosai, NAACIE ink pay deal for workers 

….… See more News Links below  ……        

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A special feature on Diwali- The Guyanese Perspective

NOVEMBER is TOURISM AWARENESS MONTH in GUYANA

A special feature on Diwali- The Guyanese Perspective

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St. Joseph’s Mercy Hospital Projects Brunch – Toronto – December 10, 2017

PLEASE JOIN US AT OUR 6th

‘OLE TIME’ GUYANESE

CHRISTMAS BRUNCH

IN AID OF

ST. JOSEPH MERCY HOSPITAL PROJECTS

Come and celebrate the Season with us and enjoy a traditional Guyanese Christmas feast ….

With a Sing-a-long of Christmas Carols, Santa Claus and a good ‘ole’ Guyanese jump-up.

 DATE:          SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10TH, 2017

TIME:               11:30a.m. to 5:00p.m.

(Brunch Service from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.)

PLACE: PICKERING RECREATION COMPLEX

1867 Valley Farm Road. Pickering, Ontario

TICKETS: $35.00 per adult.  $15.00 per child (under 12)

For More details + ticket information : Download St Joseph Brunch Flyer

Justice Desiree Bernard: Blazing a Trail – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Justice Desiree Bernard: Blazing a Trail

By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

She has been described as a lady ‘of firsts’ and her stellar achievements bear this out. Justice Desiree Bernard is the first woman Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Guyana and the first woman Justice of the Court of Appeal.

She was also the first woman Justice of Guyana and the Commonwealth. In 2001, she became Chancellor and Head of the Judiciary and in 2005 she joined the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as the only woman Judge. The CCJ is the highest Court of Appeal in the Caribbean.     Continue reading

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