Guyana/Windwards encounter end in Tie

August 16, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

  Regional One-Day U-19 Cricket Dethroned three-day champions Windward Islands snapped up the last five Guyana wickets for 22 yesterday Bourda to finish their 2011 Regional One-Day under-19 cricket campaign with a thrilling Tie as the Guyanese batsmen again failed to fire in the last round of this year’s competition. Guyana is yet to win […]

Jamaica decimate Leeward Islands

August 16, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

  The Leeward Islands fell like poisoned flies from the sky as Jamaica, Champs of this year’s three-day U-19 Regional Cricket Tournament, swiped them for 83 in 26.4 overs, at the Everest Cricket Club, yesterday  in the final round of the one day U-19 Regional Cricket Tournament. The Leewards crumbled before lunch as Fabian Allen, […]

Capacity crowd watch Universal DVD Berbice Titans pocket $2 Million

August 16, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

  As Gizmos & Gadgets fall in Jam Zone Masters’ Cup Final Watched by a colourful capacity crowd of over 16, 000 under a clear night sky at the Guyana National Stadium on Sunday night, Universal DVD Berbice Titans proved they are the best t20 team in Guyana with a 25-run win against Gizmos & […]

Stiff competition anticipated as DeSinco/GCA U-13 cricket tourney gets underway today

August 16, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

    Head of DeSinco, Frank DeAbreu is adamant that members of the corporate community have a moral obligation to support community oriented projects since these entities enjoy vast support from members of the society. Mr. DeAbreu was delivering remarks at the opening ceremony of the Georgetown Cricket Association U-13 cricket tournament scheduled to get […]

Leon ‘Hurry up’ Moore set to make grand return to fistic duties

August 16, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

  Guyana’s world title hope, Leon ‘Hurry up’ Moore is scheduled to resume his boxing career when he engages an opponent, still to be named, on September 10 next. Kaieteur Sport spoke with Bob Duffy, the Director of Boxing operations of Boxing 360, the management group piloting Moore’s boxing affairs, and he revealed that the […]


August 16, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, Peeping Tom 

  One of the feature stories of last Sunday’s edition of the Kaieteur News should be of interest to the Ministry of Home Affairs. The story concerned accusations that were allegedly made at a top-level meeting within the Guyana Police Force. The newspaper reported that certain accusations were made against certain ranks at that meeting. […]

Nothing but a ‘minor’ distraction

August 16, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

  Dear Editor, In the Stabroek News of 15 August, 2011, there was a report of the Trey Songz show at the Stadium. All of the media in Guyana celebrated the ecstasy and joy which patrons had at the show. The Stabroek News report though also reported “His performance, at one point, literally drove the […]

Police could offer security training to businessmen

August 16, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

    Dear Editor, A logical extension to Clairmont Featherstone’s argument in the last paragraph of “Security management must be improved” KN 08/15/2011 should be that security providers who fail to offer appropriate advice and fail to apply updated security guard management practices to ensure maximum coverage should be likened to parasites who prey on […]

A man of the people

August 16, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

  Dear Editor On my visit to Berbice, a member of the 600 strong crowd at the Alliance for Change (AFC) Canje meeting asked me, why a young man like you still got time for Guyana, when you can just progress your life in North America and forget about “abee dese”? My answer to him […]

Unsung heroes

August 16, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

  Dear Editor, There are several people in our society who contribute selflessly to the development of their communities and by extension the country in which they live. These are individuals who do what they have to do without any expectation of reward. These are the ones who are referred to as the ‘unsung heroes’ […]

Freddie Kissoon is back on his bandwagon

August 16, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

    Dear Editor, It is quite amusing to see that Freddie Kissoon is back on his nonsensical bandwagon, yet again (Kaieteur News, August 14, 2011).  He now seems obsessed with the handsome Dr. Misir, because he is flabbergasted as to why SN would not only include an article about him on the front page, […]

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