The operations of local peanut butter manufacturers are to come under closer scrutiny by the Food and Drug Department following the detection of the foodborne illness in several varieties of Peter Pan peanut butter imported from the United States.
Former world champion Gairy “Superman” St. Clair is set to take on a Brazilian on the T.J.
Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport Dr. Frank Anthony yesterday urged hundreds of secondary school students to show discipline as they compete for supremacy in the 2007 inter-secondary schools FUTSAL (football) tournament.
Dear Editor, I wish to commend Kumar Persaud for his letter titled “I have a dream” (07.02.27).
Dear Editor, I have learnt with some degree of concern of the happenings at an Executive Meeting of the Guyana Cricket Board held on Wednesday 7th February, 2007 at the Board’s office in Georgetown.
Dear Editor, What a remarkable sight it is to see traffic lanes in Mandela Avenue properly demarcated allowing for a safer and regulated flow of pedestrian and vehicular traffic.
Dear Editor, Please permit me to express my view on a certain question in order to have some clarification and some degree of closure if possible.
Dear Editor, I have noticed newspapers advertisements from time to time published as follows: ” The Adoption Board, Ministry of Labour, Human Services and Social Security, Stabroek, Georgetown (Names of Parents) whose last known address was given as (address) is (sic) asked to contact the Adoption Board.
Dear Editor, There will be an eclipse of the Moon early tomorrow evening, March 3, 2007.
Dear Editor, Lately I have been noticing, to my chagrin, the post game antics of our Guyanese cricketers Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Ramnaresh Sarwan.
Dear Editor, According to a (GINA) release President Bharrat Jagdeo, referring to the City Enhancement exercises, said inter alia, “we are trying to clean up the mess in this country that has been left unattended by the City Council for a very, very long time.” The emphasis of a very, very long time must be significant.
Dear Editor, Recent submissions in the media have dictated that the Regional Democratic Council of Region 10 be more forceful in exposing the ineptitudes of this Regional Administration, since it would appear that these officers are adamant in managing the affairs of the people of this Region by excuse and deceit.
Manager of the Trinidad and Tobago cricket team, Omar Khan, says that Guyanese players playing in the domestic cricket league in Trinidad, have enriched league and their presence has lifted the standard and quality of the league.
Colin France and Trenace Lowe copped two titles each when play in the doubles competitions of the National Sports Commission/Guyana Table tennis Association (GTTA) got underway at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall on Wednesday.
Guyana’s Gajanand Singh is grabbing the headlines in Trinidad and Tobago as he continues to lead the way for W-Connection Wanderers in the Eastern Credit Union cricket league.
The Guyana Squash Association (GSA) commenced their Toucan Industries Inc. Mashramani Junior Squash tournament at the Georgetown Club on Tuesday night with some interesting matches.
Charging that drug trafficking and money laundering were pumping billions into the local construction sector, the US government yesterday again blasted the government here for not succeeding against major traffickers and warned that in some cases drugs were being traded for weapons.
Dear Editor, The year 2007 marks the bi-centennial of the abolition of the trade of African captives.
Dear Editor, I congratulate Stella on her column in Kaieteur News, Sunday February 25 in which she made four basic points about the forced removal of the vendors from outside Stabroek Market.
There will be top notch cellular phone connection for those who are connected with the Guyana Telephone & Telegraph (GT&T) company in time for Cricket World Cup as the company’s GSM facility at the Providence Stadium will be up and ready by March 15, according to GT&T’s Chief Executive Officer Joe Singh.
The Guyana Police Force (GPF) has announced traffic diversions along some roadways to facilitate dignitaries attending the Rio Summit.
By noon yesterday, hotels had confirmed bookings for over 150 guests attending the 19th Summit of the Rio Group today and tomorrow.
Scholarships for Guyanese students to study medicine, the dredging of the Mahaica, Mahaicony and Pomeroon rivers and offers of additional fuel supplies are among areas of cooperation being pursued with Venezuela.
A gun was drawn on a student at the North Georgetown Secondary School, leading outraged parents to pull their children from classes until security is improved.
Foreign ministers and representatives of the 20-member Rio Group were last evening in discussions on the Draft Declaration of Turkeyen and the group’s statement on human and social issues ahead of the substantive 19th Summit.