Physical fitness of Windies players

Dear Editor, Shortly after the recent test match in Barbados between England and the WI, I submitted for publication a letter, in which I attempted to call into question, among other things, the tendency of journalists and some administrators to accuse players of not being physically fit, without producing proof of such lack of fitness.

Bai Shan Lin has most certainly contravened laws, regulations and approved policies

Dear Editor, Stabroek News reported (‘Baishanlin says lack of funds delaying promised wood processing facility’, 02 May 2015) the protests of the Chinese transnational logger Bai Shan Lin (BSL), including the statement that Kaieteur News has carried ‘reports that are erroneous in nature, which fail to highlight, even in a single instance, where the company itself has broken any law or regulation’.

GUYOIL staff were not told to wear only red polo jerseys

Dear Editor,   Kindly permit me to respond to a news item carried by Prime News on Wednesday, May 06, 2015, in which it was reported that staff of the Guyana Oil Company Limited (GUYOIL), were told that they could only wear red polo jerseys to work and not green, and if they happened to wear any green polo jersey they would be sent home.

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