Keeping track of domestic violence offenders

May 4, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, Stella Says 

There is a new idea being proposed that could have a significant impact in the struggle against domestic violence. According to an April 17 article entitled, “NY Legislators Propose Domestic Violence Registry” on, “Three New York legislators want the state to register domestic violence offenders just as sex crime offenders are publicly listed.” One of […]

A questionable situation

May 4, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, After much deliberation I am writing this letter to inform the Ministry of Education and the general public of the suffering of my child and others by a Grade Six teacher at the Cornelia Ida Primary School. Last July she made lots of promises to us when she took our kids. Things were […]

Driver stabbed for blocking road while talking on cell phone

May 4, 2011 | Filed Under News 

A taxi driver incurred the wrath of other motorists when he blocked a major thoroughfare with his car just to have a conversation on his cellular phone. He is now a patient at the Georgetown Hospital, nursing a stab wound to his abdomen. Jesse Knights’ condition is being regarded by doctors at the institution as […]

It is time Guyanese change their indolent ways

May 4, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, The Government of Guyana went at length to address the issue of noise nuisance in the country (both from vehicles and persons’ homes), but the problem does not only seem unsolvable; it is gathering intensity. For one, the rapidly emerging ‘dudes’ who drive taxis and private vehicles are bent on ‘blasting’ their sets […]

Workforce represents large voting population – Chand

May 4, 2011 | Filed Under News 

– Union boss urges workers to call on parties to outline pertinent policies With over 80 percent of the voting population being the working class and their family members, the upcoming general elections should serve as an ideal opportunity for workers to call on the contesting parties to outline and articulate positions and policies that […]

Sai Baba’s Kindness Unquestionable

May 4, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, I fully endorse your editorial comments on Satya Sai Baba (KN Apr 25) that his religious influence will continue through his millions of followers worldwide. His charitable foundations will continue to impact on millions of lives.  It is one of the finest commentaries on the life of Sai Baba and I applaud the […]

Apparently they just do not care!

May 4, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, A few weeks ago, as I was paying my bill in advance, I asked a Digicel Representative  if the Blackberry I bought from them is stolen and I give them the  IEMI number, if they can find it when the unlawful holder activates the phone. The shocking answer was “Sorry we do not […]

Osama bin Laden’s death does not spell justice

May 4, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Sir, Americans certainly have all the reasons to celebrate the killing of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan and the USA rightly commends and appreciate the role of its commandos and intelligence agency in successfully and surgically carrying out this operation. The peace-loving people of entire world are also right in joining and sharing the […]

Has GT&T endorsed a political candidate?

May 4, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, A few weekends ago, I was invited to the GT&T 10-10 cricket finals at the Providence Stadium.  That event was my first visit to Providence Stadium or to a cricket match for that matter, since I live in the United States and was in Guyana for a short visit. I was very impressed, […]

Norman Browne will not give evidence to support his claims, simply because he cannot

May 4, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, I am referring to Norman Browne’s May 3, 2011 Kaieteur News letter, “I am not a blind ‘clown’ performing in a circus of lies and oppression”. I am amused that Norman Browne would go to such lengths to convince myself and the public that he is not a “blind clown”, while insisting, that […]


May 4, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, Peeping Tom 

A supermarket at Montrose was robbed last week and as the bandits were making their escape, one of the robbed employees began to shout for help. A delivery van which was just about to drive into the supermarket made a beeline and drove off. Perhaps this had to do with the fear of also becoming […]

Schools’ Welfare Department help teenage moms get jobs, return to school

May 4, 2011 | Filed Under News 

The Schools’ Welfare Department has recently hosted a mini-exhibition to promote the work of a few teenage mothers under its supervision. According to Acting Chief Schools’ Welfare Officer, Carol Melville, the one-day exhibition aimed to showcase the creativity and talents of the girls, raise their self-esteem, instill in them a sense of accomplishment and self-worth […]

Ramotar, as a Director of Guysuco, said nothing

May 4, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, Donald Ramotar is known to behave in a highly irresponsible manner over the years. The mismanagement of Guysuco must be the sole responsibility of the Board of Directors. The buck stops with them. The fact that he allowed the Chief Executive of GUYSUCO to announce that they are contemplating the de-recognition of the […]

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