Demerara Waves

PPP member jailed for dumping faeces on Freddie Kissoon

 Posted by: Denis Chabrol in Courts, Crime, News December 11, 2017 Opposition People’s Progressive Party  (PPP) member, Jason Abdulla was Monday jailed for six months after he was found guilty by City Magistrate Judy Latchman in connection with the dumping of faeces on Kaieteur News Columnist Freddie Kissoon seven years ago. However, former  Presidential Media Liaison…

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Clive Thomas, Stabroek

Better late than never or too little too late?

By Dr Clive Thomas December 3, 2017  stabroek news Introduction Last week’s column argued that, the best use of Guyana’s oil wealth would be strategic spending on, and through, a dedicated Ministry of Renewable Energy. Only such a body would be capable of the measured and fierce competitions required to ensure Guyana’s hydrocarbons…

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mosa telford, Stabroek

Something stinks

By Mosa Telford December 9, 2017  stabroek news Many of us are repulsed when we encounter people of unsound mind, who are often unwashed and smelly. Regardless of the circumstances that led to their illness, we do not venture near them because we fear contamination. They can serve as a symbol of…

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in the diaspora, Stabroek

Haiti we’re sorry for this latest disgrace, from a CARICOM member no less: Jamaican Government confers national honours on Dominican President Danilo Medina Sánchez

stabroek news December 4, 2017   ShareTweetPrintEmail A protest in Trinidad and Tobago By The Clement Payne Movement, Barbados The ‘Clement Payne Movement’ was founded in Barbados in 1988 by David Commissiong along with such colleagues as Trevor Prescod, Sally Comissiong, the late Martin Cadogan, Joy Workman, Onkphra Wells, David Denny, Gregory Noel, and…

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