Letters

Something is just not right with the vehicle import statistics

Dear Editor, “Statistics are like bikinis. What they reveal is suggestive, but what they conceal is vital.” Aaron Levenstein. Statistics makes for amazing reporting but something is just not right with the vehicle import statistics you attributed to the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) in the article captioned `Over 80,000 vehicles registered in 14 months’ which appeared in your edition of Monday 22nd, March, 2010.

New Amsterdam reeling under mosquito invasion

Dear Editor, In a recent telephone interview with Health Inspector attached to the New Amsterdam Town Council, Mr Ackloo Ramsudh, concerning the mosquito invasion over the past weeks, he divulged some bits and pieces of information which might be of importance within the whole scenario of the problems being faced by New Amsterdamers and other Berbicians.

NIS denied this claim in accordance with the law

Dear Editor, In response to a letter bearing the caption `Denied injury benefit although on official duty” (SN March 10, 2010), please see the following response: National Insurance Scheme sympathises with the writer and would like him/her to note that in denying this benefit NIS was simply adhering to the Laws of Guyana Chapter 36:0l.