British Airways to Launch Flights to Aruba and Guyana

British Airways to Launch Flights to Aruba and Guyana

By Hannah Brandler, Business Traveler British Airways is launching flights from London Gatwick to Guyana and Aruba from March 2023. The twice-weekly routes will be operated by the airline’s B777-200 aircraft and are available to book now. This brings the number of Caribbean destinations served by BA to 17. Flights to Oranjestad in Aruba will […]

A Conversation with H.E. Irfaan Ali, President of the Co-Operative Republic of Guyana

A conversation on the future of the US-Guyana relationship.

A Conversation with H.E. Irfaan Ali, President of the Co-Operative Republic of Guyana

By Atlantic Council Guyana’s economy is on track to grow by almost 60 percent this year with oil reserves that rank the second highest in Latin America and the Caribbean. The country is at the forefront of leading new Caribbean Community (CARICOM) initiatives to address the region’s almost $6 billion food import bill and high […]

A Glowing Tribute to the Late Colin Moore, Esq

A Glowing Tribute to the Late Colin Moore, Esq

By CAW Editorial Staff Prominent Guyanese Attorney, Colin A. Moore, died of natural causes at 80-years-old on January 9, 2022. Moore will be remembered as “a Renaissance Scholar who has had a distinguished career in many areas of public service, as Adjunct Professor of Law, Congressional Aide, Attorney-at-Law, Public Speaker, Journalist, Political Analyst, Community Activist, […]

Cox Calls on Member States to Capitalize on Opportunities from the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic

Cox Calls on Member States to Capitalize on Opportunities from the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic

GEORGETOWN, Guyana: CARICOM Assistant Secretary-General, Trade and Economic Integration, Mr. Joseph Cox, says the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic was not only causing upheavals in health and social spheres, but was also having serious deleterious effects on economic life by causing a re-ordering of processes, changing operational ethos, and strategic pivoting at both the national and regional levels. […]

GUYANA Becoming a ‘Creeping Dictatorship’ Says Trevor Benn After Being Questioned by police

GUYANA Becoming a ‘Creeping Dictatorship’ Says Trevor Benn After Being Questioned by police

By Wired JA GEORGETOWN, Guyana, March 18, 2021 – Former Lands and Survey Commissioner, Trevor Benn on Wednesday emerged from a question and answer session with the Guyana Police Force’s Criminal Investigations Department (CID), saying that the Irfaan Ali administration was becoming  a “creeping dictatorship.”  He was reacting following his interrogation by the police in […]

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