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· April, 2006

Stories about Guyana from April, 2006

Man and anthill (Guyana)

Admiring an anthill in the north Rupununi, Guyana, with the Kanuku Mountains hidden by clouds in the distance. Photo by Nicholas Laughlin.

West Indian literature online

One of the crucial elements in the rapid development of the literature of the Anglophone Caribbean in the 1940s and 50s was a weekly radio programme called Caribbean Voices, broadcast...

Caribbean: Cricket captaincy gamble

Caribbean: CSME provides chance for success

Guyana: Funeral of slain government minister

Guyana: Playwright

Brutal murder of Guyanese government minister sends shockwaves

“The news that the Guyanese Minister of Fisheries, Crops and Livestock, Satyadeow Sawh, was brutally gunned down at his home along with his brother, sister and bodyguard early Saturday morning...

Caribbean: Bureaucracy kills & biofuel

Caribbean: Billionaires Investing in Local Telecoms

Guyana: Imaginary roads

A Seamless Caribbean Network?

Caribbean, UK: Amerindian exhibit

Caribbean: Towards a West Indian canon

Guyana: History without mercy

Village cricket match, Caribbean-style

Easter Sunday cricket match — Howsen Village, Trinidad. From caribbeanfreephoto At this time of year, thoughts in the English-speaking Caribbean turn to the game of cricket. Travel around any of...

Caribbean, Venezuela, USA: CARICOM talks with US

Guyana: Prez Wants Kids

Caribbean: Cruise ship cuts

Guyana: Old time bird ‘flu remedies

Caribbean: Hurricane forecast

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