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GUYANA: Oil monitoring (we cannot compete); domestic violence (we cannot condone) – GHK Lall Column

  Nov 29, 2020  NewsThe GHK Lall Column 

>>>Encouraging Events, Disturbing Developments<<<

Kaieteur News – Vincent Adams, former Head of the EPA, highlighted the need for training and compensating our people for monitoring and effective compliance with our laws and regulations. I am encouraged that Dr. Adams pinpointed this policing of our ballooning oil industry, which has relevance in other resource areas. To be ahead of the multi-nationals, we must be better than them.    Continue reading

GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 01 December 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 01 December 2015

  • Georgetown City Hall says its workers safety a priority
  • Digicel and GTT at it again
  • Relatives of accident victim wants driver apprehended
  • Issues in HIV/AIDS fight remains
  • The experience of older persons needed in fight against domestic violence
  • The sugar Industry still important to Guyana says Prime minister
  • Sports

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GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 27 November 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 27 November 2015

  • Commonwealth nations elect their first female Secretary General
  • Police sleuths looking for clues in Sheriff Street fatal accident
  • Guyana Revenue Authority Head office to be relocated soon
  • An activist group wants Police to do more for victims of domestic violence
  • Entertainment Today
  • Sports

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GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 21 August 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 21 August 2015

  • Guyana Power (GPL): Oh Bharrat Dindyal not more money
  • Gov’t firings: No witch hunt says government
  • Red House – Another sweetheart deal
  • Farewell to Christobel Hughes
  • Church tackling domestic violence
  • Seeking answers re hospital death
  • Sports

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Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 31 March 2015

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 31 March 2015

  • No arrests yet in Crum-Ewing execution
  • PPP wants members of Disciplined Forces on separate voters list
  • Elisabeth Harper’s stance on domestic violence questioned
  • Andrew Lewis (boxer) backs opposition coalition
  • A look at Courts
  • Sports

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No arrests yet in Crum-Ewing execution

Posted: 31 Mar 2015 01:09 PM PDT            Continue reading

The Caribbean Voice is tackling suicide in Guyana – press release

Caribbean Voice LogoContact: Annan Boodram                                                Press Release

718-542-4454, 646-461-0574,  caribvoice@aol.com       Norkah Carter at gtposse72@hotmail.com

 The Caribbean Voice is tackling suicide in Guyana

 New York City (June 28, 2014): Suicide seems to be fast becoming the ultimate answer for every kind of interpersonal problem in Guyana, usually catalyzed by alcoholism, domestic abuse and other forms of violence, dysfunctional and triangular relationships and teenage pregnancy.  In fact, Guyana has the second highest rate of teenage pregnancy in the Caribbean.

The average Guyanese drinker consumes 13.7 liters of pure alcohol each year with 6.1% of the population considered heavy drinkers and of the more than 60 percent of women who were involved in a relationship or union, 27.7 percent reported physical abuse, 26.3 percent had experienced verbal abuse and 12.7 percent experienced sexual violence.   Continue reading

Guyana: Domestic Violence: Women are the key

Domestic Violence: Women are the key

JANUARY 9, 2014 | BY KNEWS |  EDITORIAL

domestic violence photo: Domestic Violence domesticviolence.jpg It would seem that the number of women killed as a result of domestic conflicts is increasing at a rapid rate. This is a trend that has been worrying the authorities for some time but precious little was done. Indeed, pressure on the police pushed them to respond to every report of domestic violence.

There was once a time when the police would sit back and say that such a dispute is a private matter and that the victim should pursue the matter in court. And a few did, but the majority had no relationship with the court except through the police. It was this recognition that caused the pressure on the police to help such victims.   Continue reading

Capitol News -TV News Videos – 17 Dec 2013

Capitol News TV News Videos – 17 Dec 2013

  • Former national Telecommunication and now GT&T employees continue fight for benefits
  • Guyana records highest gold declaration
  • IDB expected to fund Mandela avenue expansion project
  • Organization addressing problem of men and domestic violence
  • Sports

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Former national Telecommunication and now GT&T employees continue fight for benefits  Posted: 17 Dec 2013 03:59 AM PST

The struggle continues for the Former Guyana Telecommunication Corporation now GT&T pensioners to get their rightful pension and gratuity.  This is after two decades of trying to resolve the issue in an amicable way.  Today the pensioners took their grievances to the ministry of finance in another quest to get what they said they rightfully […] Continue reading