Daily Archives: September 23, 2018

MAGIC: Marc Spelmann gets the first Golden Buzzer of 2018 |Britain’s Got Talent 2018

Marc Spelmann gets the first Golden Buzzer of 2018 | Auditions Week 1 | Britain’s Got Talent 2018

Published on Apr 14, 2018

Prepare to be wowed as magician Marc Spelmann has everyone under his spell with his incredible routine. As mesmerising magic mixes with emotion, Ant and Dec are powerless to resist and just have to hit that Golden Buzzer!!

Guyana: New airport Arrivals Terminal officially opens

New airport Arrivals Terminal officially opens

Guyana’s New Arrivals Terminal at Timehri

Kaieteur News – 23 September 2018

The US$150M airport expansion at Timehri entered a critical phase with the new Arrivals Terminal, at the south of the old terminal, officially opened yesterday.

Authorities there said that passengers were treated to local fruit juices and snacks compliments of the airport management. Banks DIH and DDL participated by offering passengers their branded beverages.    Continue reading

That Trinidad energy agreement: A major opportunity for Guyana – By Leonard Gildarie

Leonard Gildarie

 – By Leonard Gildarie

This past week Guyana signed a Memorandum of Understanding, with Trinidad and Tobago, opening a number of ways that that neighbouring Twin Island Republic can work with Guyana on developing the oil and gas industry.

There are criticisms and we will come to that.

This agreement, a non-binding one, is a golden opportunity for Guyana.

We have spoken about this before.

Trinidad has years and years of experience. They had managed to get some things right but a lot that went wrong too during their 100-plus years of experience in oil and gas. We can learn from them.          Continue reading

TRINIDAD OIL IN DECLINE – By Bert Wilkinson – Caribbean Life News

TRINIDAD OIL IN DECLINE

Trinidad

– By Bert Wilkinson – Caribbean Life News NY – September 20, 2018

Trinidad’s Prime Minister Keith Rowley flew to Guyana for two days at mid-week with official pronouncements indicating the two will sign a pact relating to energy, agriculture and other issues but speculation was rife that the visitors might well make a pitch to refine some of Guyana’s oil there, thereby preventing a large and lifeline refinery from closing in Trinidad.

Rowley and Guyana’s President David Granger signed the memorandum of understanding at midday on Wednesday as controversy swirled in Trinidad over the impending closure of the Petrotrin Refinery in South Trinidad and the loss of jobs of more than 4,000 workers. Original figures had put the job losses level at about 2,000 but cabinet ministers and top Petrotrin officials are now admitting that the final figure will double original estimates.    Continue reading

PROFILE: Guyanese Pilot – Captain Haimpersaud Ramdular – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Guyanese Pilot – Captain Haimpersaud Ramdular: A Pilot for the Ages! 

By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

President George H.W. George Bush calls him his son. He has worked for over ten years in Nigeria and has experience in Saudi Arabia, India, the United States, and several other countries. The young man is Haimpersaud Ramdular who is one of the heroes in aviation. He has amassed thousands of hours, flying all types of aircraft, and is currently one of the most sought after pilots in the aviation industry.

But throughout it all Haimpersaud has maintained his sense of balance; he has remained humble and approachable and is always prepared to share his knowledge with others.   Continue reading

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