Daily Archives: 11/16/2017

GUYANA SWEET TO THE CORE Thirty Poems – By Dmitri Allicock + video




Thirty Poems  


 By Dmitri Allicock

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Beautiful Rupununi. Guyana – video


Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – November 14-16. 2017

News –16 November 2017

BREAKING NEWS!! Police Intelligence rank fingered in ‘Sagga’ murder turns self in

46th Plenary Meeting of CFATF…. Guyana must demonstrate ability to take profit out of crime

Greenidge defends Honorary Consul in Miami

US$500M rice proceeds probe… SOCU, GBTI continue battle over transaction documents

Sex & cover up at City Hall? Mayor blames Town Clerk, Chief Constable in handling juvenile case

Two other ranks arrested as probe into Saga murder widens

CCJ dismisses AG’s appeal over $446M Dipcon judgment

It is jail time… Several suspended in pension book fraud; Amna warns of jail time

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

Guyana Tourism Related Entries on Guyanese Online – November 1-15. 2017


The following Tourism related articles and videos are featured in Guyanese Online for every day of November.  Here are the ones  published up to 15th November 2017:

1. What is really needed to make tourism a success in Guyana? – THAG President weighs in

October 30, 2017 – 2:20 am

2. Beautiful Guyana – Land of Many Waters – Video

November 1, 2017 – 11:50 pm

3. Guyana – Yours To Discover – video produced by Mike Charles

November 2, 2017 – 8:07 pm

4  A special feature on Diwali- The Guyanese Perspective

November 3, 2017 – 11:06 am   Continue reading

Fly Jamaica gets approval for Guyana-Cuba route after prolonged delay

Fly Jamaica gets approval for Guyana-Cuba route after prolonged delay

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Fly Jamaica, Capt. Ronald Reece

Fly Jamaica, an airline that is majority-owned by Guyanese, has been given the green-light to serve the Guyana-Cuba route, and a top airline official said flights could begin in January 2018.     Continue reading

Another glance at the Jonestown Tragedy – by Francis Quamina Farrier

Another glance at the Jonestown Tragedy – by Francis Quamina Farrier

Francis Quamina Farrier

“Sure I know ’bout Jonestown. Everybody knows ’bout Jonestown”, the elderly African-American gentleman responded to me in a deep Southern accent, when I asked him what he knew about the tragedy which had occurred in Guyana some years previously.

That exchange took place between the gentleman and myself twenty years ago, while I was on a visit to Washington, DC, and on the pavement in front of the White House. But I’ve always remembered it, if only because of the way in which that stranger to me, was as warm as ever discussing that sordid topic, as though we had known each other for a very long time, and as though it was destiny for a cult which was against all what America stood for, ending in such a dramatic way.      Continue reading

Nobody is going to bail out Venezuela – Henkel Garcia

Nobody is going to bail out Venezuela

Venezuela – Click to enlarge

Venezuela, the South American country convulsed by economic and humanitarian catastrophe, has defaulted on some of its debt after missing an interest payment due in October. Even as investors meet in Caracas to discuss restructuring US$60 billion in foreign debt, the country is in urgent need of international financial assistance.

Yet few nations are rushing in to aid the ailing country. Under the authoritarian regime of Nicolás Maduro, Venezuela is isolated in Latin America, and the United StatesCanada and the European Union have all imposed sanctions against Venezuelan officials. Maduro has at times suggested he would not even accept humanitarian aid.     READ MORE

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