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American Airlines begins service to Guyana

The Arrival of East Indians in the Caribbean – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

The Arrival of East Indians in the Caribbean – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Whitby

If you took a plane from JFK Airport to Calcutta the chances are you will be tired by the time you get there. On May 5th 1838 the history of the Caribbean changed dramatically as 396 East Indians landed on the shores of British Guiana.

This was no joyride and there was no time for niceties. The journey from Calcutta to British Guiana was fraught with hardships, and like the slave ships of an earlier era there were deaths on the way. The two ships that landed were the Whitby and the Hesperus. Their cargo was to usher in a new form of slavery that changed the complexion of the colony.

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GUYANA: Fly Jamaica plane crash-lands at Cheddi Jagan International Airport – UPDATED

Fly Jamaica flight to Toronto crash lands at airport in Guyana

CANGO – Canada-Guyana Outreach Mission to Guyana – Report for October 19. 2018

October 19 at 10:24 PMThis Report has been prepared by CANGO

Yvonne, Cyril and Judy – part of the organizing team, have arrived safely in Guyana. Thanks to Roxanne Reece, Lawrence Kanhai, Anna French, Nadine Hing and the staff and crew at Fly Jamaica for helping us transport the wheelchairs, IV pole and numerous bags for the mission. We had a small glitch with customs when we arrived in Guyana, but eventually everything sorted itself out and after a few hours were transported to Georgetown accompanied by Delroy from the Ministry of P

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Guyana finance minister pushes investments and debt relief during visit to Kuwait

Guyana and Kuwait delegations meet in Kuwait City

By Ray Chickrie – Caribbean News Now contributor – 

KUWAIT CITY, Kuwait — The finance minister of Guyana, Winston Jordan, and his delegation arrived in Kuwait City on Saturday 22 September 2018, and held a flurry of meetings with government officials and the private sector to showcase Guyana as an investment destination while also addressing Guyana’s existing debt to Kuwait.

Jordan told the meetings that Guyana is “open, with good incentives and concessions available to investors”.  He also informed his audience of Guyana’s new oil and gas discoveries and its transformative impact on the economy.    Continue reading

Future World: Demonetizing Everything: A Post Capitalism World | Peter Diamandis

HOW ABUNDANCE WILL CHANGE THE WORLD … Maybe if allowed to happen.

Published on Jul 21, 2017 – Singularity University Executive Chairman & Co-founder Peter Diamandis will share his views and predictions on the “demonetization of living” and how this shift will impact your life, your career, your organization, and the global economy.

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KungFuChess   10 months ago

Must have decentralized and distributed public ownership of these technologies or we’ll all become slaves to these techno monopolies!

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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

New York: Mayor DeBlasio honors Fly Jamaica Airways – By Tangerine Clarke

New York: Mayor DeBlasio honors Fly Jamaica Airways

– By Tangerine Clarke – Caribbean Life News – NY

Mrs Roxanne Reece

Mayor Bill DeBlasio recently honored Fly Jamaica Airways’ executive director and co-owner, Mrs. Roxanne Reece, with a citation for the stellar service the carrier provides to the Diaspora, and for her years of philanthropic work.

Pastor James Richmond, community liaison, on behalf of the politician, presented Mrs. Reece with the prestigious honor during an event hosted by the Brooklyn based, Guyana Unity Movement (GUM), to welcome First Lady of Guyana, Sandra Granger to New York.

Roxanne Reece, who was also presented with a plaque from Mrs. Granger, on behalf of the Guyana Unity Movement (GUY), was congratulated, and thanked by President of GUM Sherif Barker Fraser, for Fly Jamaica Airways’ commitment to the community.      Continue reading

Is Multi-Destination Tourism About To Become A Reality? – By David Jessop

Is Multi-Destination Tourism About To Become A Reality?

There are, however, signs that a product which has been talked about for many years is at last emerging: the multi-destination Caribbean vacation.     Continue reading

Exploitation: A history ignored, a debt unpaid — and the barbarians at the gate By Mohamed Hamaludin

Exploitation: A history ignored, a debt unpaid — and the barbarians at the gate

By MOHAMED HAMALUDIN

22nd June 1948: MV Empire Windrush arrives at Tilbury Docks in London

Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May joined more than 2,000 others at Westminster Abbey in London on Friday to recognize the contributions to the country by immigrants from the English-speaking Caribbean and elsewhere invited in 70 years ago to help rebuild its war-ravaged economy. But it was more an act of contrition over the way the British government treated these people during its own crackdown on illegal immigration, giving birth to the Windrush scandal.

The ship Empire Windrush – yes, empire was flouted in those days – docked in London on June 22, 1948, with 1,027 passengers, 802 of them from the Caribbean, but the “Windrush generation” eventually  totaled more than 50,000, coming from several other countries, with a promise that they could live and work in Britain.      Continue reading

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