May 28, 2020

OPINION: Is the ULP education revolution a fraud? Or simply an embroidered lie?

By Nathan ‘Jolly’ Green, May 26, 2020. It is ‘A’ typical for left-wing leaders, more so those with Marxist tendencies to use emotive projects to stay in power. Education, low-cost or free social housing, and exceptional medical facilities are usually what they choose to fool the electorate into thinking they are God sent messengers. In […]

I liked you right up and until…

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio People are a funny, fickle lot sometimes. We can turn on and off others in our community as if they had a switch. I had to smile after receiving a terse note from one of our HiFi Family members deriding me for my observations that fuses made a difference […]

Sir Ronald Sanders: The US and Cuba – Caribbean chooses cooperation, not confrontation

By SIR RONALD SANDERS From Tribune242 #CARIBBEAN countries are, once again, being placed in a difficult position as they try to navigate a course between the United States (US) and Cuba – two countries of great importance to them and for each of which they have great respect. #In 1972, the four then independent member […]

OPINION: SVG’s Argyle Airport still a danger

By Nathan ‘Jolly’ Green. May 25, 2020. Peter Binose, on March 28, 2016, wrote, “Argyle Airport is due to open, here is the lowdown.” Firstly, he wrote about the theft of the land that Argyle International Airport is built on, that situation has never been corrected. But he also wrote about the inadequacies of SVG […]

Adjusting to new worlds

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio  have now been on this planet for 72 years and in that time I have seen some radical shifts: the Cuban missile standoff, the assassination of our president and his brother, men walking on the moon, commercial jet travel, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Beatles, hippies, Vietnam, […]

COMMENTARY: Stranger than Granger

By Joel Liburd When the world looked on as Guyanese went to the polls two months ago, no one could have predicted today’s predicament. The election date itself was shrouded in controversy for months, triggered by a no-confidence vote in the national Parliament that led to the great debate, which was finally settled by a […]

OPINION: Are they preparing for another round of election fraud and bribery

By Nathan ‘Jolly’ Green, May 18, 2020 As sure as God made little green apples, the giving away of building materials immediately before an election in SVG to influence the outcome of that election is bribery and is illegal. Everyone involved that knows the truth is guilty of a crime, the arranger, negotiator, giver, the distributor, […]

BASIL SPRINGER: Stay at home – A new norm?

(MAY 18, 2020) By Basil Springer STAY AT HOME: A NEW NORM? – BASIL SPRINGER COLUMN (MAY 18, 2020) Do everything in love.” – 1 Corinthians 16:14  Those of us who are occupied as housewives or househusbands, are retired, home-school children, have a virtual job enabled by digital technology or conduct business from home, tend to naturally […]

The Editor speaks: Is this a CUC joke?

With the outcry recently at the rise in CUC’s May electricity bills here despite the world price in fuel showing record drops from last February, we got an explanation that CUC had bought the fuel before it dropped when it was at its highest. Oh dear. How lucky for them. Now, presumably because of the […]

The Publisher speaks: OLIVE

By Joan Wilson I’m sure most of you are grieving the loss of my dear friend OLIVE MILLER who passed away yesterday (19). To write about all her achievements and deeds in her wonderful ninety-eight years of life would take up a whole issue of iNews. I will leave that to others. Instead, I am […]