Daily Archives: November 11, 2017

Guyana Medical Mission completes 51 successful surgeries at New Amsterdam Hospital

Guyana Medical Mission completes 51 successful surgeries at New Amsterdam Hospital in one week visit

Members of the Guyana Medical Mission

Doctors from the Guyana Medical Mission, during their annual one- week stay in Guyana, successfully completed 51 surgeries at the New Amsterdam Hospital while providing technical support to the local doctors and nurses present at the health Institution.

This information was reported to members of the media at the Hospital’s Boardroom on Friday, November 10 as the medical mission’s annual trip came to a close.      Continue reading

Aerial view of some parts of Guyana – video

NOVEMBER is TOURISM MONTH in GUYANA

Aerial view of some parts of Guyana – video

LOCATIONS: Anna Regina, Essequibo  :   Supenaam Ferry Stelling, Essequibo  :     Giftland Mall, Georgetown.   :  Providence National Stadium, East Bank Demerara   :  Bamia on the Linden Highway.

Guyana Revenue Authority seizes $$$millions in smuggled goods

GRA seizes boats with $$$millions in contraband

The Law Enforcement and Investigation Division (LEID) of the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) recently seized millions of dollars worth of smuggled beverages on two trawlers which were making their way from Trinidad and Tobago.

Some of the beverages seized by GRA’s Law Enforcement and Investigation Division.The seizure was made in Guyana.    

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Guyana: The Police Force on Trial – By Yvonne Sam

Guyana: The Police Force on Trial – By Yvonne Sam

Dear Editor,

During the course of history, when moral lines become crossed and crass attitudes come to the fore, it behooves those of us who are honest and strong, to stand up, take note and re-evaluate anew.” (Author unknown)

Firstly permit me to extend my condolences to the parents and family of Kescia Branche the Richard Ishmael Secondary School teacher who met such a tragic demise. However, the unfolding circumstances surrounding her death once again brings to the fore the moral cesspool which Guyana has become. Having thus said I am forced to revert to a well-known Guyanese orison—Only God alone can save them.     Continue reading

Commentary: The Guyana Elections Commission Fracas – By Rickford Burke

GUYANA ELECTIONS COMMISSION FRACAS: THE SORDID RECORD OF THE OPPOSITION LEADER v THE INTEGRITY OF A JURIST

Commentary By Rickford Burke –Caribbean News

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              President David Granger        Justice James Patterson      Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo

On October 19, 2017 Guyana’s President David Granger autonomously appointed 84 year-old retired Guyana Supreme Court Judge, James Patterson, Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission. The autonomous appointment was a departure from the traditional process and caused a fracas. The law requires the President to appoint a chairman from a list of nominees from the opposition Leader. The said law also empowers the President to supersede the list and independently appoint the Chairman if he deems the list to be unacceptable. This is exactly what the President did!    Continue reading

Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – November 09-10, 2017

News – 09 November 2017

PPP/C has lost respect for Granger – Opposition Leader

New laws will enable more disclosure of corrupt dealings – Attorney General

Jagdeo to seek verification of ExxonMobil ‘$20M signing bonus’ for Govt.

GRA disagrees with Auditor General on annual report delays

GAWU insists Govt. reconsider closure of Rose Hall Estate

Victoria Village celebrates 178th Anniversary

La Grange Police Station tragedy…Cop who shot lover, killed self had assaulted another female rank in training school – official

 ….… See more News Links below  ……        Continue reading

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