Guyanese Online Newsletter - April 2010
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GUYANESE ONLINE NEWSLETTER - April 2010
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IN THIS ISSUE:
Page 1– Masthead picture - The Takutu Bridge; Brazilian Trade Delegation visits Guyana. ICC – World 20/20 Competition in the West Indies links
Page 2– Editorial; Map of Guyana; Brazil-Guyana Trade talks (contd)
Page 3 – Linden could be conduit to Brazil trade by year end.
Page 4 – Guyana in USA List of “next decade” oil and gas producers; Iran Geological Team Arrives.
Page 5– Cheaper alternatives to Hope Guy$3.6B relief canal– says Engineers Group.; Gold declarations plunge 40% in January 2010; Guyana signs US$25M IDB loan for Transport Infrastructure.
Page 6– Japan provides 35 solar water pumps for Hinterland; Scotiabank donates 100 computers to schools; Red Thread inks Grant Pact with Japan; Latter Day Saints donate gear to group.
Page 7– GUYFEST – Crownsville Maryland, USA on July 10, 2010 - Advertisement
Page 8– Arannputa women open Peanut Factory in Rupununi.
Page 9– Bishops’ High School—Education Feature.
Page 10– Last Lap Lime- 15th Anniversary; Guyana Reunion Message; BC Association- Rama Diallo; GABI- Mashramani and Phagwah Celebrations, and the Caribbean Netball Competition in Barbados.
Page 11– Hansib Publications—40 year Anniversary; Lal Balkaran’s new book and DVD on Amerindians; Rocky Mirza Book on American Political History; The Arts Journal.– March 2010.
Page 12– Ron Savory’s Evocations at National Gallery in Guyana; Godfrey Chin’s Nostalgias Link; Ken Corsbie: Videos on Guyana and the Caribbean.
Page 13– The Primacy of Hope by Dave Martins.
Pages 14&15– Guyana and Local Government —The Village Movement —170th year Anniversary; History of Radio in British Guiana.
We hope you find it interesting!
Cyril Bryan. Editor / Publisher
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