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Justice Singh refutes Queen’s College’s Deputy Principal’s accusations of aggression

Justice Navindra Singh has rejected claims by Queen’s College Deputy Headmistress  Lenise Morgan that he was aggressive towards her while he was at the school for a meeting concerning the alleged assault of his daughter by the son of the Ministry of Education’s Chief Education Officer. “While it is difficult to properly answer your last query since you did not ...

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Queen’s College shelves proposed ban of parent who allegedly accosted Deputy Principal

Queen’s College teachers have been advised tentatively against banning a senior judicial officer from entering the school building because of alleged hostility he displayed to the Deputy Headmistress last Friday when he went to enquire why his daughter was made to apologise to a male student who has a history of aggression to other students, sources said. In correspondence seen ...

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Queen’s College teachers demand apology, ban of senior judicial officer from school

Queen’s College teachers  are demanding that a senior member of the legal fraternity apologise to the Deputy Headmistress for his hostile encounter with her last week Friday or be banned from entering that school, according to well-placed sources. Chairman of Queen’s College’s Board of Governors Marcel Gaskin confirmed that the matter was being addressed but declined to provide further details. ...

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Queen’s College teachers to go on go-slow today over fracas

Teachers at Queen’s College are to go on a go-slow on Wednesday to protest the alleged hostile attitude of a senior member of the legal fraternity whose daughter attends that school, sources said. The Headmistress briefed teachers a representative of the Board of Governors and a representative of the Guyana Teachers Union about the incident that allegedly occurred last Friday. ...

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President appeals for national support to tackle problems facing boys, men

President Irfaan Ali  Friday issued a stirring appeal for broad-based national support to address deep-seated problems facing boys and men so that they could grasp education and job opportunities while staying away from trouble such as committing violence against women and children. “This is not the time for us to point fingers. This the time for us to come together ...

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1,000-man mission to tackle violence, joblessness among youths- Ali

President Irfaan Ali has announced a 1,000-man mission to stem hunger and deviant behaviour among boys and young men as well as provide skills training to gear them up for jobs. Dr Ali  says he will be leading a team of high-ranking police and military officers, 100 each of sport men, religious leaders, teachers, community workers, farmers, entertainers, prominent figures ...

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GTU, President differ on improving teachers conditions; recognition of service

The Guyana Teachers Union (GTU) and President Irfaan Ali on Wednesday- World Teachers Day- gave different accounts of the professional development and working conditions of teachers. The union said teachers were not being recognised and paid sufficiently  for their hard work and dedication prompting many of them to proceed on early retirement. “Respect our rights by making our lives less ...

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Council of Legal Education to establish Law School in Guyana

The Caribbean Community’s Council of Legal Education (CLE) has approved Guyana’s request to establish a Law School here and so create more space for Guyanese as well as other citizens to become lawyers, Attorney General Anil Nandlall said Sunday. “This request was favourably considered, and the Council made a decision to write the Government of Guyana shortly, informing of this ...

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Massy gets ready to judge art competition entries for World Suicide Prevention Day

Entries for Massy Group’s first Art Competition in support of suicide prevention and mental health awareness close today, September 10, World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD), the company said. Over the next four weeks, Massy and the E.R Burrowes School of Art will judge the entries and the winners will be announced on World Mental Health Day, October 10, 2022. Four ...

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March 2023