Daily Archives: 12/22/2017

Guyana, Brazil target Chinese funding for Linden-Lethem road link

Guyana, Brazil target Chinese funding for Linden-Lethem road link

 armies to collaborate on drought wells for Region Nine

President David Granger introducing his delegation, which included three ministers, to Brazilian leader Michel Temer

Government, on December 21, inked two agreements with Brazil as President David Granger’s official State-visit to the neighbouring country on the invitation of his Brazilian counterpart, President Michel Temer.

One of the agreements is the Complementary Agreement to the Memorandum of Understanding between the Cooperative Republic of Guyana and the Federative Republic of Brazil, which creates the “Guyana-Brazil Joint Commission to Develop Infrastructure Projects”.        Continue reading

The Christmas Season at “THE PALMS” – by Francis Quamina Farrier

THE CHRISTMAS SEASON AT THE PALMS – by Francis Quamina Farrier

Francis Quamina Farrier

Christmas decorations have already been put up at many private and public places all around the country. In homes, business places, certain Avenues in the city and institutions, including the Palms on Brickdam. Christmas music is also being played on the Radio Stations; my favourite is, “Happy Holidays” by the Guyanese group The Four Lords. According to one of the popular Christmas songs, “It’s the most wonderful time of the Year”, and residents of The Palms on Brickdam in Georgetown, look forward to all the wonderful things that occur at that special home for ‘seenagers’, during the Festive Season, when relatives, friends and corporate citizens, drop by with a wide variety if goodies, to bring joy, happiness and a measure of “the good life”, to those who have made sterling contributions to Guyana, during their younger and more productive years.     Continue reading

A Savior is born to us – By Rosaliene Bacchus

Three Worlds One Vision

Nativity Play, Sacred Heart RC Church, Georgetown, Guyana
Photo Credit: Facebook Photo Album Sacred Heart RC School in Georgetown

[This is a re-post of my Christmas message 2011, the year I started my blog.]

My parents were not church-goers. They never forced me and my four siblings, baptized in the Roman Catholic Church, to attend Sunday Mass. But they made sure we got a good Catholic education by sending us to schools run by the nuns.

As a result of my religious school education, the Christmas Season was much more than time for family get-togethers; Santa Claus; exchanging presents; Christmas trees and decorations; and our traditional Christmas dishes and black cake. Christmas Day was the celebration of the birth of Jesus – the Savior born to us.

The Christmas Novena was an essential part of preparing for the coming of our Savior. During nine days before Christmas Day (December 15-23)…

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Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – December 19-21. 2017

News – 21 December 2017 

$100M set aside for businesses unable to meet bank requirements – Gaskin

IDB predicts: Oil production will see reduction in concessional loans

Parliamentarians’ conduct in past weeks leaves a lot to be desired – Speaker

Guyana pushing for more access to Jamaica market for wood products

Former NBS CEO granted $59M judgment in Appeal case

Army Chief lauds Coast Guard anti-piracy measures

Female Band Master is 2017’s Best Cop

Guyana recognised as most improved country at aviation forum

CH&PA summoning police in Region 6 scam  

 ……  See more News Links below  ……     Continue reading

Christmastime with Mr Stick-Um and Bam-Bam Sally – by Francis Quamina Farrier

Christmastime with Mr Stick-Um and Bam-Bam Sally – by Francis Quamina Farrier

Francis Quamina Farrier

I’m always grateful to my Parents for my upbringing; born of a Grenadian father and a Guyanese mother. Experiencing life in the city, the rural areas, the intermediate savannahs, the mountains and also the southern savannahs of my homeland, Guyana, all before I reached my twentieth year of life.

Growing up in McDoom village, on the East Bank of Demerara, which was not a part of the city of Georgetown, in colonial British Guiana, I can share with you, some of the enjoyments of the Christmas Season activities in pre-Independent rural British Guiana.    Continue reading

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