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· December, 2006

Stories about Guyana from December, 2006

Trinidad, Guyana, South Africa: Book talk

85-year old Guyanese writer Wilson Harris has a new novel and Nobel prize-winning South African novelist Nadine Gordimer's estranged biographer is half-Trinidadian, reports Jeremy Taylor, who also reveals his favourite...

Bahamas, Guyana: Garlic pork and Guyanese politics

The vinegary aroma of garlic pork incites Bahamian Larry Smith to a Proustian meditation on the modern political history of Guyana.

Guyana: Living Guyana Media Awards 2006

MediaCritic announces the results of the Living Guyana Media Awards 2006. GV favourite GuyanaGyal wins the Blog of the Year title.

Guyana: Ovaltine

GuyanaGyal‘s nephew has his priorities straight.

Guyana: Letter to Santa

“Santa, ask not what Guyana can do for you, ask what you can do for Guyana”: GuyanaGyal writes a letter to St. Nick.

Barbados, Guyana: Stadia Behind Schedule?

Despite Guyana Providence Stadium‘s Christmas Wish, it seems like Guyana is not the only Caribbean territory behind schedule for the ICC Cricket World Cup: Barbados Free Press quotes their Local...

Guyana: Palm Oil Plant

According to an article by Tim Slinger in The Nation newspaper, a Barbadian company has struck a deal with the Guyana government to use over 400,000 acres of land for...

Guyana: Entrepreneurial Opportunites?

Water woes cause GuyanaGyal to battle with her entrepreneurial spirit.

Guyana: Will the Stadium be ready for Cricket World Cup?

“The Guyana Providence Stadium outfield is dead as a door nail,” reports Robin Banks, as preparations for the ICC 2007 Cricket World Cup “are coming down to the wire”. Posted...

Guyana: The Loonie on the Seawall

GuyanaGyal has an encounter with a “loonie on the seawall”…

Guyana: Manners Matter

Living Guyana reprints an article from The Stabroek Scene, which calls for an end to “fish market behaviour”.

Guyana: Giving Thanks

GuyanaGyal is thankful for a variety of things, not the least of which is her voice.

Guyana: Murphy's Law

Experience Murphy's Law through the eyes of Guyana-Gyal…

Guyana: US$20M sought to quell flooding

Guyana Providence Stadium, which has been tracking the country's progress in preparing for the 2007 ICC World Cup Cricket Tournament, republishes an article from the Stabroek News about a possible...

Guyana: Woman President in the Offing?

The Guyana Groove republishes an article from the Kaieteur News suggesting that Guyana could be in line for a woman President in the not-too-distant future.

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