Last month during his feature address at the 2011 Sports Award ceremony, President Ramotar, while praising our current champions, made a powerful plea for us to remember and honour sportsmen and sportswomen who performed nobly in the past but were all too likely to sink into obscurity and even oblivion as the years pass.
A well-known Guyanese educator and poet is advocating continual classroom training for teachers as a means of improving the country’s education system, since teachers are the foot soldiers of the system and if they are not good at what they do then the system will fail.
This is the thirteenth in our series on new parliamentarians
Jaipaul Sharma is no politician and sees his work as a parliamentarian (MP) as a job which he plans to perform diligently to ensure that the people of the nation are represented and the government is held accountable.
Two days ago Trinidad and Tobago observ-ed a national holiday. It was Shouter Baptist Liberation Day celebrated annually on March 30 to mark the anniversary of the day when the ban on Shouter Baptist worship in Trinidad was lifted.
Is anyone really surprised by the decision by acting Chief Justice Ian Chang to throw out the Director of Public Prosecutions’ advice that Police Commissioner Henry Greene—who has faced similar allegations in 1974 and 1994—be charged with rape?
This article is the first of a two part series that will deal with the use of the British Emergency Detention Bill and its impact on the development of the Preventive Detention Act, 1966 in Guyana.