Daily Archives: June 28, 2018

Guyana Education: National Grade Six Assessment – NGSA 2018 – Results

NGSA Announcement 2018 – Go to http://exams.moeguyana.org/

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Derek Ingram was a journalist’s journalist – By Mohamed Hamaludin

Derek Ingram was a journalist’s journalist

By MOHAMED HAMALUDIN – This article was written for Guyanese Online

It is the lot of the journalist, especially those who work in the print medium, to not be well known because it is the news, not they, that matters. For those who work mostly in the background, such as editors, the anonymity is even greater.

Derek Ingram, right, during a visit to the South Florida home of Mohamed Hamaludin

Derek Ingram was even deeper in the background as he mentored and guided dozens of reporters around much of the globe to write features on their countries as founder and editor of Gemini News Service, headquartered in London, and his name is probably even less known that those of other journalists.

But in a 26-year span, Ingram made an indelible mark on journalism in the so-called third world, mainly those areas that were former British colonies and went on to become part of the (British) Commonwealth.       Continue reading

GUYANA: Demerara Waves Headline News – 28 June 2018

GUYANA: Demerara Waves Headline News – 28 June 2018

Guyana can be game changer for Trinidad’s state-owned oil refinery

http://demerarawaves.com/2018/06/27/guyana-can-be-game-changer-for-trinidads-state-owned-oil-refinery/

No threatening levels of mercury found at GGMC – PAHO/WHO team

http://demerarawaves.com/2018/06/27/no-threatening-levels-of-mercury-found-at-ggmc-paho-who-team

Public Service Credit Union settles hefty bills during period covered by now discharged temporary Court order

http://demerarawaves.com/2018/06/27/public-service-credit-union-settles-hefty-bills-during-period-covered-by-now-discharged-temporary-court-order/

Eco bullish on Orinduik Block and Total farm-in

http://demerarawaves.com/2018/06/27/eco-bullish-on-orinduik-block-and-total-farm-in/

Japan funds renewable energy projects for Guyana, CARICOM headquarters

http://demerarawaves.com/2018/06/27/japan-funds-renewable-energy-projects-for-guyana-caricom-headquarters/

Govt takes back control of Public Service Coop Credit Union; multimillion dollar queries surface

http://demerarawaves.com/2018/06/27/govt-takes-back-control-of-public-service-coop-credit-union-multimillion-dollar-queries-surface/

LAST LAP LIME – Toronto – Woodbridge Fair Grounds – Monday August 6. 2018

Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News Headlines – June 25-27. 2018

News – 27 June 2018

No third term for Jagdeo – says Caribbean Court of Justice

Jagdeo cannot be Prime Minister either – prominent attorney explains

A law was struck down because of personal ambitions – Barbadian Queens Counsel

Jagdeo insists on role in picking next PPP presidential candidate

There should be no secrets in future Public-Private projects – Goolsarran

Deportee, wife get 40 years each for 2014 Boxing Day murder

Guyana observes day of mourning for murdered fishermen

BEV Enterprise workers to be assisted by government            Continue reading

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