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· February, 2009

Stories about Guyana from February, 2009

Guyana: The Ripple Effect

The far-ranging effects of the CL Financial failure have now reached Guyana. One blogger has been assiduously following the latest developments...

Jamaica, Guyana: Action or Reaction?

Both Active Voice [Jamaica] and Guyanese blogger C.D. Valere (writing at Baiganchoka) continue the discussion about recent attempts by the Jamaican Broadcasting Commission to “clean up” the airwaves.

Guyana: Mash 2009

Guyana Providence Stadium posts photos from this year's Mashramani celebrations.

Caribbean, USA: Where in the World is Allen Stanford?

It's one thing for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to lay fraud charges against Texas billionaire-cum-Caribbean cricket magnate Allen Stanford - but first, authorities have to find him. As...

Caribbean, USA: Stanford Charged with Fraud

Fresh on the heels of the latest regional financial meltdown comes another: news that U.S. billionaire Allen Stanford has been slapped with charges for investment fraud - more than 8...

Caribbean: Economic Effects

Keith in Trinidad says that “it is troubling that we seem so oblivious to the meltdown that's occurring” in Martinique and Guadeloupe, while Living Guyana cites the many examples of...

Guyana: Cabinet Carbon Credits?

“How hypocritical is it for President Bharrat Jagdeo to fly around the globe with his begging cup in hand for carbon credits when he and his Cabinet are setting no...

Guyana: Dengue Fever

Living Guyana reveals that the country's president is apparently suffering from a serious case of dengue fever.

Guyana: Domestic Violence

Guyanese diaspora blogger Charmaine Valere writes a piece for Baiganchoka about “the case of the disappearing domestic violence complainant.”

Caribbean: WI Cricket Website

West Indies Cricket Blog thinks that “the official website of the West Indies Cricket Board…is now a waste of space on the world wide web. An embarrassment and a disgrace…”

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