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KNEWS-Freddie Kissoon

One of Nigel Hinds’ emails to me

May 27, 2017 Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon Below is one of several email exchanges, I have had with city accountant and former APNU supporter, Nigel Hinds. Hinds was an accountancy major when I was a lecturer at UG, though I cannot remember speaking to him. After the 2011 general…

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KNEWS-Freddie Kissoon

Me, Sam Hinds and fleeting power

May 28, 2017 Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon  Yesterday morning, I left my doggie in the car right in front of Bakewell and rushed in to get Danish for her. When I came outside, former Prime Minister, Sam Hinds was entering Bakewell. There was one person with him. I may…

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Henry Jeffery, Stabroek

The strategic plan for social cohesion

By HENRY JEFFREY stabroek news May 24, 2017  The recently completed Draft Strategic Plan for Social Cohesion in Guyana, 2017-2021 (SP) (,  has given enhanced meaning to the notion of ‘missing the bus’!  If not rectified in the final document, what could be an ideal opportunity to attempt something transformative will instead…

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Ralph Ramkarran, Stabroek

Making the small man a real man

By RALPH RAMKARRAN May 21, 2017 stabroek news The collapse of the Palmyra foundation structure intended to support an Indian Arrival Monument which was unveiled on Arrival Day was reported by the Stabroek News on April 27. Stabroek News had interviewed a Mr Marlon Cumberbatch, who said he was the supervisor of…

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