Entries for February 24-25, 2021

GUYANA: Canadian company finds high-grade gold in Toroparu mine

February 24, 2021 – Guyana Times

The Toroparu project – launches phase 2 drilling project

Gold X Mining, a Canada-based company which operates the Toroparu mine in Guyana, has announced that it found high-grade gold during its recently concluded diamond drill programme, resulting in the company launching phase two of its drilling.

     Continue reading →


BUSINESS: These Nine Caribbean Islands Are All Offering Remote Work Programs

By newsamericas – February 23, 2021 – News Americas

caribbean-travel-photo-of-the-day-barbadosWork from the beach in these nine Caribbean countries.

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Feb. 24, 2021: Two more Caribbean islands have launched Remote Work Programs for high-end international workers in the pandemic, bringing the total now to 9.

Here Are All The Options And How You Can Apply        Continue reading →


CARIBBEAN: Can Medical Cannabis Save The Barbados Economy? – commentary

By  newsamericas – February 16, 2021


By Felicia J. Persaud & Danielle Corbin

News AmericasNEW YORK, NY, Feb. 16, 2021: Over a year after the passage of Barbados’ Medicinal Cannabis Industry Act, the Caribbean island nation officially opened for business last month, January 2021.

The launch of the sector, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, comes at a time when the local Barbados economy, and wider regional Caribbean economy – long dependent on tourism for its ‘bread and butter’ – are being hammered, and facing an economic crisis of major proportion.              Continue reading →


GUYANA: MPs open Budget 2021 debates with insults and vulgarity

 Feb 23, 2021  Kaieteur News – By Mikaila Prince

              Speaker of the House Manzoor Nadir.

– One Government Minister showcases vibrating dildo to make point

Senior Minister in the  Office of the President with responsibility for Finance, Dr. Ashni Singh, recently presented to the National Assembly and by extension the country, the largest budget it has ever seen.

During that presentation, the Senior Minister had disclosed the whopping $38.1B budget would catapult the country’s economic recovery, and improve the performance of critical sectors that were severely affected by COVID-19 shockwaves.      Continue reading →


BUSINESS: What’s Driving California’s Mass Exodus? – Video

BUSINESS: What’s Driving California’s Mass Exodus? – Video by CNBC

As Oracle, Palantir and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise move their headquarters out of California and Elon Musk moves to Texas, California is considering raising taxes on the wealthy to unprecedented levels. Experts say California needs to find more ways to reverse the trend.


BARBADOS: COVID Paralysis Versus VS COVID Management Compared – Opinion

Posted on February 23, 2021 by Barbados Underground Blog-  comments

Submitted by Richard Petko to the Barbados Underground Blog

The past two weeks has seen a national pause and a furtherance of the pause. What are the actual goals of the pause? What are the goalposts for re-opening? What are the goals for tourism? These are all valid questions and I think they should be asked and answered. Before answering it is pertinent to see what other Caribbean jurisdictions which are considered as world class as Barbados are doing.        Continue reading →


Also check out the RECIPES on Guyanese Online.. Here are some links:

1RECIPES From Guyana and the Caribbean – From Guyana Outpost archive

3.  Guyana Recipes by Zorinaspice – 43 videos – autoplay

Guyanese Online Published by Cyril G. Bryan. - cybryan@gmail.com
This email was sent to | Unsubscribe | Forwardthis email to a friend