‘I ‘rep’ Guyana wherever I go!’

 Black Panther Star Letitia Wright happy to connect to Guyanese roots

MARVEL’S Black Panther will hit theatres in the ‘Land of Many Waters’ on February 22, and the anticipation is high among Guyanese, not because they’re major fans of comic books/superhero movies, but because one of their own, 23-year-old Letitia Wright, will star alongside Chadwick Boseman in what is projected to be one of the best-selling movies for 2018.

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Over 400 lots available at ‘Remigrants Scheme’


CH&PA’s Director of Operations, Denise King-Tudor

GUYANESE in the diaspora and local young professionals were urged to cash in on the remaining house lots at the “Remigrants Scheme” at Providence, East Bank Demerara (EBD).

The scheme was established five years ago by the past administration to provide a North American style of living for Guyanese but persons were unsure how to access the lands.

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Address drivers of migration–Greenidge urges forum

Acting Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge flanked by Ambassador Michael Brotherson and IOM Regional Coordination Officer for the Caribbean and Chief of Mission in Guyana, Robert Natiello, seated at the head table.

FOREIGN Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge underscored the importance of maximizing the benefits of migration while reducing the drivers of it, when he addressed the opening ceremony of a National Consultative Meeting on the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration at the Pegasus Hotel.

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