killing sends murder toll to 200
The murder toll climbed to an unprecedented 200 yesterday
with the killing of a Diego Martin man...
still faces disciplinary charges
Squad officer PC Sheldon Narine is not out of the
woods as yet, despite a ruling by Coroner Sherman
Mc Nicolls on Tuesday, that Narine was not criminally
culpable for his colleagues shooting death on
August 11, 2005...
grants Guyana cop leave to appeal sodomy conviction
Special leave has been granted by the recently-inaugurated
Caribbean Court of Justice to a former member of the
Guyana Police Force, who was convicted of sodomising
a young boy in 1999...
Yoga Centre seeks to explore energy of the mind
three-part seminar entitled The Art of Positive Thinking
is to be conducted by the Brahma Kumaris Raja Yoga
Kitts PM concerned over free movement
Caricom chairman St Kitts Prime Minister
Denzil Douglas has expressed reservations
about the free movement of nationals policy...
plans her first teen holiday camp
was her neighbour Annmarie Joseph who taught
a young Stacy Codrington about beauty and
how to take care of her body...
future being discussed
Phillips, technical director of the T&T
Football Federation, says its up to the
federation and its technical committee
to get local coaches up to the international
dedicates life to uplifting community, helping
Businessman Sudesh Ramjattan is putting
his money where his mouth is: hes
sold off 90 per cent of his business interests
to fund his community-building work...
bash for Twiggy
are claiming that it was one of the best
shows held at The Mas Camp Pub for 2006.
In fact, so special a show it was and memorable
an occasion, the production spanned two
nights, on Tuesday and Wednesday...
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends