The bins remain where they were placed Thursday night for a 5.30am pick-up Friday morning on the eastern side of Duncan Street, Campbellville, with no indication from City Hall through any media about when they would be cleared. With no experience of what to legally do, they remain a worrisome presence.
Dear Editor, Former Minister of Natural Resources Raphael Trotman announced last December that the details of Guyana’s proposed Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF) could be released to the public as early as the first quarter of 2018 and, as we get closer to the date of disclosure, I am deeply concerned that it will be poorly designed and badly managed if it is left in the hands of politicians.
Dear Editor, As a Regional Councillor, it is my duty to speak against the cancer of corruption which is engulfing Region 6 at an alarming rate with no solutions in sight.
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