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THIS Saturday, the Annual Motocross event speeds off at the Mongrippa Hill ground in Bartica, as part of the town’s activities for the annual Regatta festivities.And, like the consistency of the Bartica Regatta that has been the annual marquee event in the town for decades, defending 125cc champions, BLB racing team, aims not only to defend their title but to be a force to reckon with for years to come.In a correspondence to the media, the Bartica-based racing team that consists of Andrew Wong with his 2018 KTM 125cc dirt bike, Bobby Rasul ( 2019 YZ Yamaha 125cc) and Stephen Vieira (2016 YZ Yamaha 125cc), noted confidence of a repeat of their impressive showing last year.At the 2018 Bartica Regatta Motocross event, Rasul and Vieira were tied for the champion biker accolade in the 125cc event after both of them notched up one win, one second and one third place finish in their three races while Wong won the third race.News from Team BLB indicates that their machines are in prime working condition while reports from Bartica has revealed that the Mongrippa Hill ground has all systems in place for keen rivalry amongst bikers from Georgetown, Essequibo and Bartica. read more
By UPF Iceland, Rohan Stefan Nandkisore, Heimsfriðarsamtök: The bishop of Iceland was reading from the Icelandic version of the autobiography of True Father during an interfaith gathering in one of the churches in Reykjavik on the 27th of November 2015.Her speech was short and therefor this quotation the more memorable:“To bring a world of peace, I have spent my life going to the most lowly and secluded places. I met mothers in Africa who could only watch helplessly as their children died of hunger, and I met fathers in South America who lived by a river full of fish but couldn’t support their families by fishing. At first, all I did was simply share my food, but they granted me their love in return. (from the foreword)The Icelandic biography was released on the 31st of October 2011 (the Reformation Day)The National Church represents more than 90% of the entire population of 330.000 people. read more