Why is the Ministry of Health adamant in not seeking compliance with this request?

May 20, 2013 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, This is a country where rumours spread like wildfire.  One such rumour is that the Medical Council is at loggerheads with the Ministry of Health over the inadequate information provided on the qualification of the Doctors from one of our socialist sister countries.  It is also alleged that many of these Doctors working […]

Nothing is being said or done that allows optimism about the future

May 20, 2013 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, Mr Kumar Doobay’s letter makes me want to join the forum on making legal bills into Acts of Parliament. As one whose touchstone is the rule of law, I have to agree that, enforcement issues aside, we cannot have a constructive life under a constitution being used as it was designed, to give […]

Team Seejattan/Ten Pow retain Endurance crown

May 20, 2013 | Filed Under Sports 

Defending champions Shawn Seejattan and Brian Ten-Pow were declared the overall winners of the Guyana Motor Racing & Sports Club Endurance Meet which was held yesterday, at the South Dakota Circuit. Seejattan and Ten-Pow completed 123 laps to relegate the pair of Anand Ramchand and Adrian Fernandes into second place after they could only record […]

National Sports Commission 3-Stage Cycle Road Race…Robin Persaud takes final stage, Barbadian Eastman claims overall title

May 20, 2013 | Filed Under Sports 

Robin Persaud rode in first in the final leg, but it was Barbadian cyclist, Jamal Eastman, whose winning feats in the first two stages, earned him the top prize with an overall time of 6:58:13secs when the 31st edition of the National Sports Commission (NSC) organized three stage road race concluded in front of the […]

Economic Revisionism

May 20, 2013 | Filed Under Editorial 

While all commentators have a world view or even an explicit ideology that influences their pronouncements, when those commentators are in a position to influence the decision making of the government, one has to interrogate their premises since, whether valid or not, they have effects that are real in their consequences for the entire populace. […]

Cabinet approves several contracts

May 20, 2013 | Filed Under News 

Cabinet Secretary Dr Roger Luncheon recently announced that Cabinet has given its no-objection to several contracts. Under the Ministry of Agriculture the bids were:     Under the Ministry of Housing and Water the bid was:   Under the Ministry of Health the bid was :   Under the Ministry of Culture Youth and Sports […]

Alfred Mentore wins GENEQUIP John Deere Golf tourney

May 20, 2013 | Filed Under Sports 

The GENEQUIP/John Deere Golf tournament was played in wonderful weather but a wet turf with the balls sticking to the turf wherever they landed, thus throwing some of the players games who depended on the bounce into disarray. At the end of the day, Alfred Mentore came in the first place, beating the rest of […]

Afraz Allie looking to make Guyana proud

May 20, 2013 | Filed Under Peeping Tom, Sports 

Group 2B speedster Afraz Allie speaking with Kaieteur Sport yesterday following the completion of the Guyana Motor Racing Sports Club Endurance Meet said he is fit and ready to represent his country at the May 26 first leg of the Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC), at Dover Raceway in Jamaica. The Group 2B champion, who […]

Man muzzles mouth to highlight domestic violence

May 20, 2013 | Filed Under News 

    Fitness enthusiast Eli Hazel has performed another awareness stunt; this time, he muzzled his mouth and walked from Vryheid Street to Philadelphia Street—the entire Main Street—of New Amsterdam on Sunday to raise awareness about domestic violence. The point of it all was to show the public that arguments in the home which lead […]

SMARTY PLANTS

May 20, 2013 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, Tony Deyal column 

    When I first moved into the house in the quiet suburb of Cedar Grove in Antigua, the bougainvillea plants that face the road were sedate, waving gently as the wind blew in from the Atlantic and displaying their splendid blooms for all to see.  Now, they are like Venus Flytraps.  As soon as […]

GSL cricket: Regal secure final spot in Open and Over-35 divisions

May 20, 2013 | Filed Under Sports 

Regal have qualified for the final in the Open and Over-35 categories as the Georgetown Softball League\ Regal Stationery and Computer Centre\ Mike’s Copy Centre\ Trophy Stall\Star Party Rentals and Salod Marketing Agency competition continued on Sunday at Everest. In the Open category, Regal XI defeated Speed Boat XI by 7 wickets. Speed Boat XI […]

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