GBTI Tennis Camp resumes this weekend

August 20, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

The GBTI sponsored tennis camp will continue this weekend at the Bank’s brand new courts up at Diamond. The first weekend attracted over 50 participants as the Bank in collaboration with the Guyana Tennis Association seeks to introduce tennis on the East Bank. Persons are encouraged to attend as this is the final weekend of […]

Bravo pleased with Jam Zone Masters’ Cup ton

August 20, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

    Reaffirms commitment to West Indies cricket   By Sean Devers Twenty-seven year-old West Indies all rounder Dwayne ‘Jonny’ Bravo is a true Trini at heart. He loves to party hard and enjoy life but he is also very serious about his cricket career and representing the millions of West Indian fans on the […]

Anguilla beat Curacao 2-1 to set up final showdown against Guyana tomorrow

August 20, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

    – Locals need win to progress Just as she had done in the opening game against Guyana, Curacao’s goalkeeper Rowina Bernadino made another blunder which proved decisive in their 2-1 defeat at the hands of Anguilla yesterday, at the Uitvlugt Community Centre ground, West Coast Demerara. The result means that Curacao are now […]

Entertainers take Centre Court at tonight’s Celebrity basketball game

August 20, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

  National Cricketer Steven Jacobs is so confident that his team of athletes will blow out the entertainers at the Second Annual Celebrity Charity Basketball Games this Saturday at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall that he has begun ‘thrash talking’. Jacobs will be playing with a team of national athletes including Ronson Williams, Theodore Henry […]

Guyana captures two gold and silver

August 20, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

    Aretta Dey is SVG ITF Junior Tennis Tournament Under 14 Girls Champion   Aretta Dey prevailed over her doubles partner and compatriot Nicola Ramdyhan with a 7-6 6-3 win to become Guyana’s second ever Champion at an ITF Junior tournament. Ramdyhan had won the Girl’s Under 12 Coca Cola tournament in St Lucia […]


August 20, 2011 | Filed Under Peeping Tom 

    Me and you is friends You smile, I smile You cry, I cry You hurt, I hurt You jump off Bridge, I gonna miss you. There are a lot of things people would do for their friends, but it takes a very special friend to lend you his expensive BMW to go to […]

Not something to joke about

August 20, 2011 | Filed Under Editorial 

  Security is crucial to everyone. It is for this reason that we started building homes and as we progressed so too did our need for security. The houses provided security from the harsh elements, but then we needed security from the other elements – the predators and even the pests – so we started […]

Our greatest responsibility is to be good to our ancestors

August 20, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, A famous American once said “our greatest responsibility is to be good to our ancestors”.  A Government that cannot care for its dead is a Government that is unjust, and is a prime candidate to destroy our future.  If you cannot preserve the memory of the past, then you are not fit and […]

‘Impress’ is Christopher Columbus, Francisco Pizarro and Hernan Cortes combined trickery on the youths of Guyana

August 20, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, Look, I don’t read the Guyana Chronicle. So if Cheddi Berret Jagan II, Esq. wants to address my letter published in Kaieteur News, he should send his response to Kaieteur News. Don’t publish it exclusively in a government organ. A friend brought his letter in Chronicle titled “Marco Polo” Maxwell’s trickery ain’t gonna […]

The PPP will continue to win

August 20, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

    Dear Editor, After reading a letter entitled “Bisram did conduct surveys in Guyana” in the Stabroek News  August 19, 2011 edition. I have to endorse what the author Mike Persaud is articulating. Mr. Persaud (no relation to me) has reinforced the point that as long as Indians fear the PNC they will continue […]

What will it take for the police commissioner to be retired or fired?

August 20, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

  Dear Editor, As the president and most of the senior ministers of the government frolicked at the taxpayer’s expense in New York City, the police force has hit a critical low in its 172-year history. It is said that President Harry Truman kept a plaque on his desk that read “the buck stops here” […]

Another dangerous recipe for disaster

August 20, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

  Dear Editor, For a while now commuters have been facing all sorts of inhumane acts from mini-bus operators without any hope of travelling without fear. Apart from being overcharged, travelling in overloaded buses, reckless driving, loud music and facing constant abuse when objecting to these atrocities, they are being exposed to another dangerous recipe […]

Should I pay a bribe or ‘pass something’ as it is called?

August 20, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

    Dear Editor, This has been the longest and most frustrating sixteen months of my life and I see no immediate end. I did what had to be done legally and I am now wondering if I have done something wrong by doing everything legally. Should I pay a bribe or ‘pass something’ as […]

Steve Merai is a Patriotic Warrior

August 20, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

  Dear Editor, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Mr. Steve Merai has shown that he is not afraid in going after notorious criminals. Now, as a patriotic son of Guyana, he is not scared to reveal corrupt officers in the police force. Mr. Merai is fully aware that he may be subjected to dire consequences. In the past, individuals who have […]

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