T&T beat Guyana by six wickets

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

Regional Women’s cricket in Barbados On the same day that Trinidad and Tobago beat their Guyanese counterparts in the Regional under-19 One-Day tournament in Guyana, the girls from Carnival Country defeated Guyana by six wickets in the second round of the regional Womens’ cricket tournament in Barbados yesterday. After claiming just a point from their […]

Successful Ladies hockey team return

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

– players buoyant about performance Four members of the Ladies national squad in invited comments with this newspaper shortly after the team arrived in Georgetown via Suriname, unanimously announced that their performance at the Pan Am Challenge in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil where they finished runners-up to qualify for the 2013 Pan Am Cup was […]

Guyana Football Federation Beach Soccer plan ongoing

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

The President of the Guyana Beach Football Association (GBFA), Mr Garth Nelson and the Christianburg Community Leaders met and decided that the Christianburg Community Center Ground, Linden will be the home for Beach Soccer in Guyana. This came about after lengthy and numerous discussions and meetings. According to President Nelson, this is a win win situation […]

Over $20M for grabs in 11 races as over 100 horses entered for Guyana Cup Classic

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

By Samuel Whyte Horseracing continues to take Guyana by storm and come Sunday August 21 the biggest sporting Event in Guyana will be staged in the form of the Fifth Annual Guyana Cup horserace meet at the Port Mourant Turf Club. Organized by one of Guyana’s leading horseracing establishments, the Jumbo Jet Auto Sales and racing […]

Hearts of Oak Masters FC “teach them Young” camp progressing smoothly

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

The 12th Annual Hearts of Oak Masters Football Club “teach them Young” football summer camp, which has been expanded this year to include the Corriverton links football club, is progressing smoothly with a good turnout at both venues, that is according to words from coordinators Neil ‘Grizzly’ Humphrey at New Amsterdam and Michael De Souza […]

GAWA beginners’ course ends

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

The Guyana Amateur Weightlifting Association’s (GAWA) two-day beginners’ coaching course ended on Sunday at the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) Headquarters in Kingston with 14 participants taking part in the workshop. The course was made possible through the United States of America Weightlifting Federation as part of a commitment made to GAWA at the Pan American […]

Khan, Drayton eventual winners in Emancipation chess tournament

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

Taffin Khan and Anthony Drayton both secured first places in the senior and junior categories respectively when the DDL/ TOPCO juices Emancipation Anniversary chess tournament concluded last weekend at the KEI-SHAR’S Sports Club. Drayton (unrated) drew his match with Khan (1802) in the FIDE (World Chess Federation) rated tournament. Senior player Learie Webster (unrated) also […]

Citizens vs. Government

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Editorial 

There is certainly no dearth of accusations by citizens of Guyana of governmental malfeasance in the execution of their duties, resulting in violations of the rights of those citizens. Most of these charges go nowhere but, at the very best, into the pages of the newspapers, either in irate letters from the citizens, or more […]


August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, Peeping Tom 

London is a big city. It is not easily policed. In London, unless you implement a curfew, you cannot control all areas. It is impossible. But the heavy presence of the police will help to calm the situation and give assurance that something is being done. Placing thousands more police in the streets is just […]

Baby language and fascism in Guyana

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon 

Let me say with hardened inflexibility that there is nothing in modern political theory that would deny the resort to dictatorship and/or fascism by a ruling party that won power through an open election. No trained political theorist would jeapordize his/her education by asserting that once a government comes to power through legal means, it […]

We shouldn’t wait for a national disaster to modernize and secure Ogle and CJIA

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor It is welcoming news that after three decades, the crash landing of Caribbean Airlines (CAL) 523 will push all stakeholders at CJIA to use force to remove squatters who have encircled Guyana’s international airport at Timehri. It is a pathetic sight looking at those structures as you descend over CJIA. They have increased over […]

Problems in Paradise? Here are some solutions …

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor I read with some interest the concerns by residents of the Paradise Housing Scheme, who I assume to be members of the Paradise Multi-Purpose Cooperative Society, in your letter columns of the KN Sunday edition of July 31, 2011.  I in all fairness wish to say that the issues raised are valid and […]

Freddie Kissoon is Trolling

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor Mr. Freddie Kissoon says he does not care what I write and does not pay heed to my writings. Yet he repeatedly brings my name up in his columns, most recently on Aug 2 in “Denouement of Physical Extremism”.  He probably has nightmares thinking of me because I keep exposing his misunderstanding of […]

An insult to both ourselves and our ancestors

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, Each year the people of Guyana celebrate the emancipation of our African ancestors. The Government of Guyana, representative of all Guyanese, issues a grant to emancipation committees countrywide as their contribution to Emancipation Celebrations. The grant is probably reflective of the Government’s commitment to national unity and their recognition of the part enslaved […]

Government Officials trying to intimidate private media

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor Those in authority are making a mockery of the judicial system in Guyana. First, we have the President of Guyana who cannot be sued, whether in official office or out of office but he can sue any citizen as with the case of Freddie Kissoon. Then we have the Minister of Education suing […]

Further collaboration with NCN would not be entertained

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, I am the artistic director of the Buxton Fusion School of Music. It was after two stunning performances by the children of the school, one private and the other public, that I was asked by senior officials of NCN to have the children recorded for a television broadcast,  bearing in mind that it […]

Why no charges yet in sand loading escapade?

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, I read the story I your Sunday edition ‘Businessman vows to prevent closure of sand-loading facility,’ where Mr. Bhaskarran is asking “relevant authorities to appoint a special investigator to investigate the sabotage of his property by a bunch of men, allegedly including a set of presidential guards, since he fears for his life […]

Police should share force orders and standing orders with the public

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, These days, I have to be very selective and careful about the issues which I choose to discuss through this medium.  I have to be careful in how I convey my thoughts lest they be construed to be satisfying a political agenda of any sort. Having said that, I am compelled to say […]

Ramotar must say if Jagdeo/Ahmad paid customs duties

August 10, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

  Dear Editor, At a time when the Ed Ahmad scandal just keeps getting bigger and bigger, his PPP front organization the Association of Concerned Guyanese will be hosting a fund raising Barbeque in Queens NY on 14th Aug for President Jagdeo and his puppet Donald Ramotar.  Ahmad has been charged by the FBI with […]

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