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Guyanese Online Newsletter - May 2011

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  • Cyril Bryan
    *This is our latest newsletter: We hope that you enjoy its contents - * ***Thank you for visiting Guyanese Online *
    Message 1 of 1 , May 5, 2011
    This is our latest newsletter:  We hope that you enjoy its contents - 
    Thank you for visiting Guyanese Online

    Guyanese Online Newsletter – May 2011


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    This is the latest edition (# 15) of the Guyanese Online Newsletter.

    This newsletter has 17 pages and contains over 43 items- including video links, links to external articles and advertising of events by various Associations.

    This edition  features Guyana news (5 pages); Regional Caribbean news page;  an Editorial page; an Environment Page; a Tourism Page;  Guyanese Associations and their news (4 pages); Arts and Culture articles (2 pages), as well as a historical article on Hubert Nathaniel Critchlow - the father of Trade Unionism in Guyana and the Caribbean (2 pages).

    Page 1–  Masthead : Springtime – flowers of Guyana and the Caribbean; Main story: Unions warn of street protests if wage talks fail.

    Page 2- Editorial: “Giant whirlpools off Guyana and Suriname.”

    Page 3– Guyanese Online Blog Page: Blog entries for April  2011;  Top 20 – most popular entries for April 2011;  Feature Video – “A Next-Generation Book”.

    Page 4- Environment: Letter:  Siddartha Forestry Concessions questioned;   Giant Ocean Whirlpools off Guyana and Suriname puzzle scientists.

    Page 5– Guyana News – Proof of address for Guyana Bank clients;  Poor results from Takutu Basin Oil well;  GuySuCo land being sold to developers.

    Page 6—Guyana News – Contracts rewarded for Hope/Dochfour Canal;  Amaila Falls Road hopelessly behind schedule – Luncheon;  High tides destroy East Bank Berbice farms;  GPL reduces power losses.

    Page 7—Guyana News – Canada based Guyanese donate 400 notebooks to Education Ministry;  Berbice has new private hospital;   Sports: Gayle lambastes WICB and coach Gibson.

    Page 8– Tourism – REDjet certified by Barbados for Caribbean service;  Curacao is part of Space tourism.  “Near miss” plane incident highlights the problems at CJIA (bird strike fallout – Canadian Airlines plane) -

    Page 9– Caribbean-Regional – Barbados aims at 100% free internet access;  Suriname plans to expand rice acreage;  Re-launch of Jamaica rail services welcomed;  Grenada cocoa industry recovers from hurricanes;  Above  average hurricane season forecasted.

    Page 10- Associations: Guyana Folk Festival 10th Anniversary Awards – Call for Nominations; Family Fun Day – Orlando. Florida.

    Page 11- Associations:  Guyana Medical Relief donates US$1.9M in drugs; Victoria Village Creole Breakfast;  Guyanese Association of Manitoba;  Father’s Day Fun Run/Race, in Scarborough, ON. Canada

    Page 12- Associations: Guyana Kaieteur Group Awards Banquet;  Buxton-Friendship Express Newsletter; CIMBUX memorial Weekend Dance. Maryland USA;  “Tipperary Hall Rising’ Update

    Page 13- Associations: Tutorial High School Reunion 2011; Caribbean Style and Culture Show, Maryland USA;  GUYFEST - Guyana Cultural Festival, Maryland USA.

    Page 14- Arts and Culture: Joan Bryan-Muss - Artist from Whitby, ON Canada; Guyanese women honoured for volunteering – Toronto Canada.

    Page 15– Arts and Culture:   Book: “Guyanese Achievers – USA and Canada” by Vidur Dindayal;  No Stopping Rihanna – she tops Billboard Music Awards nominations.

    Page 16/17– Historical – ‘The work and life of Hubert Nathaniel Critchlow – “the father of Trade Unions in British Guiana and the Caribbean”;  GT-LIME 10th Anniversary Dinner-Dance, Toronto Canada.

    We do hope you find this publication interesting.


    Cyril Bryan, Editor and Publisher

    guyaneseonline@... or cybryan@...

    Guyanese Online Blog and Newsletter

    Blog Address: guyaneseonline.wordpress.com

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