Not economically feasible — Dr Thomas warns against pouring money into beleaguered sugar industry

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Economist Dr Clive Thomas By Alexis Rodney THE proposition that funds coming out of the promising oil and gas sector be used to further subsidise the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) runs contrary to any sound economic plan and would only thrust the country further into financial distress, economist Dr. Clive Thomas has said.With the coming Read More

Opinion…Race and politics: Guyana’s two disastrous hurricanes

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By Frederick Kissoon For decades now, once there was a destructive hurricane heading for the Caricom islands, a satirical wind would blow all over Guyana, whether in the rum shop, municipal market, at home at the lunch table or anyway where Guyanese are gathered. And it would go like this; “We don’t get natural disasters, Read More

Aging Cuban woman, in search of betterment, fined, ordered deported from Guyana

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There is something called “poetic justice” and because of the nature of the process, one has to apply the term correctly. It is best to describe a situation where poetic justice occurs. Team Pink and Team Purple always end up as the two sides to clash in the finals of a T/20 cricket tournament. On Read More

Vincent Robert “Bob” Urschalitz

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Vincent Robert “Bob” Urschalitz, 67, of Findlay passed away on Friday,September 8, 2017. He was born in Findlay to the late Vincent and Edna(Honecker) Urschalitz on May 30, 1950.Bob worked for Continental Structural Plastics in North Baltimore since 1973.He is survived by four sisters, Mary Ann (Jerry) Bihn of Perrysburg, Abbess Mother Dorothy P.C.C., Annunciation Read More

Billionaire Richard Branson reveals images of ‘huge’ damage on Necker Island as he calls for hurricane ‘Recovery Plan’

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Richard Branson has shared images of the “huge” damage left by Hurricane Irma on his private Caribbean island. Necker took the full force of the record-breaking storm earlier this week as it swept through the British Virgin Islands. Branson posted images of buildings and vegetation left completely destroyed by the monster storm. Writing from Puerto Read More