Archive for November, 2015

Elements of thanksgiving! – Youth minister of fullness of joy ministries Inc.: Min. Thandi Tudor

Elements of thanksgiving!

Youth minister of fullness of joy ministries Inc.: Min. Thandi Tudor

In the spirit of thanksgiving; I say “O GIVE THANKS UNTO THE LORD; FOR HIS MERCY AND LOVE ENDURES FOREVER! I bring you greetings on behalf of my Bishop David S.Butler; of Fullness of Joy Ministries, My parents Holly and Linden Tudor, my son Tristan J.E. Tudor Maraj, all my siblings, family , friends, far and wide. HAPPY THANKSGIVING! My name is Minister Thandi Tudor, out of the six children, I am the first girl. I give thanks for the position I was birth into not being the eldest amongst my siblings; but the first daughter to my parents. I am humbled, that I answered when the Lord God called me to fulfill a purpose of spreading his word with love and unity.

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FORMER GT HIGH COMMISSIONER TO CANADA BOBBY MOORE FUNERALISED

FORMER GT HIGH COMMISSIONER TO CANADA BOBBY MOORE FUNERALISED

By Waltie Ainsworth

Over the October 21st weekend, Legendary Guyanese Historian, Professor, Author, Poet and Broadcaster, Dr Robert Moore (83), was funeralised at Christ the King Cathedral in Ottawa Canada. Bobby Moore as he was familiarly called was also High Commissioner of Guyana to Canada during the Forbes Burnham Era.

Throngs of mourners from the Caribbean Community, and Guyanese from every ethnic stripe and persuasion attended the mid morning memorial service. Scores of his former Queens College students also attended the home coming celebration.

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THE EXCEPTIONAL MR. GEORGE BARCLAY – By Hubert Williams

Mighty Sparrow – Age is just a number

 

Guyanese Online

THE  EXCEPTIONAL  MR. GEORGE  BARCLAY

        By  Hubert  Williams

Boston, Massachusetts, September 30, 2015  — From  the very beginning, George Barclay was an exceptional journalist, despite being among such reputed high-flyers as Leo Small, Rickey Singh, Julian Mendes, Kester Alves, Albert Alstrom, George Baird, Godfrey Wray, Herman Singh, Wordsworth Mac Andrew, Hubert Williams, John Agard, Joan Cambridge, Claudette Earle, Patricia De Freitas, Sibille Hart, and others.

George’s particular exceptionalism was matched by just one other member of staff in the editorial department of the then Guyana Graphic Ltd. on Lama Avenue, Bel Air Park, Georgetown, which published daily and Sunday newspapers.

Of all the many outstanding operatives who strove with skill and courage to produce what I still rate as Guyana’s best ever newspaper (certainly the most courageous and financially successful), only George Barclay and Eleazar Watson (later promoted News Editor) had learnt the skill of Pitman’s and  Gregg’s…

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NY COP GETS SUCCESSFUL FUNERAL IN GT

NY COP GETS SUCCESSFUL FUNERAL IN GT

By Ewalt Ainsworth

Georgetown came alive over the weekend that New York City Cop, Randolph Holder age 34, was laid to rest in his homeland, Randy in his contract of service with the New York City Police Department, had a living will and requested that he be funeralised in Guyana and all of his hearts desires were met and fulfilled by his peers family and employers.

Randy’s home coming service attracted, more than 100 uniform squaddies. All local law enforcement and auxiliary units were mobilised and President Granger and Cabinet were in full attendance. Also the Us Ambassador and other members of the Diplomatic core and Caricom participated.  Continue reading

Other flours: major weapons in the fight against diabetes and other non-communicable diseases:

Other flours- cassava, sweet potato and breadfruit- are increasingly being regarded as major weapons in the fight against diabetes and other non-communicable diseases- says top agricultural expert.

[Demerara Waves – 2 November 2015] – International Institute for Cooperation in Agriculture (IICA) Representative to Barbados, Ena Harvey said her organisation was pushing the use of high-fibre root crops in the Caribbean as part of a regional food and nutrition security.

“Root crops are very high in fibre, low glycemic content so that they are good for diabetes-based diets, and you know we have a tsunami of non-communicable diseases here in the Caribbean so we are looking to get persons to use more root crop-based foods,” she told Demerara Waves Online News ahead of the Pacific-Caribbean Agriculture-Food Forum on Agriculture which begins Monday in Barbados.  Continue reading