Bin clearance?

Dear Editor,

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.

Yours faithfully,

Barry Braithwaite

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Neglecting minor things can lead to colossal losses

Dear Editor, The loss of five lives at one fell swoop on Sunday, 15th October, 2017 on the Corentyne Highway because of a pothole makes me recall the rhyme quoted by Benjamin Franklin, ‘For the want of a nail…’  The essence of its message is that the neglect of seemingly minor things can lead to colossal losses later.

Justice Barlow should be commended

Dear Editor, I refer to an article I read recently in the Stabroek News headlined ‘Corentyne labourer gets life sentence for raping three-year-old’ Justice Jo Ann Barlow.

Until all Guyana wakes up to its historical reality it is destined to be the victim of its own folly

Dear Editor, Past President and Past Prime Minister, Mr Samuel Hinds, who in his letter to the editor: ‘We African-Guyanese must free and empower ourselves’ (Sunday Stabroek, October 8, 2017) demonstrates why he could not have contributed to that process, even as he occupied high office that could have been used to contribute to enabling African-Guyanese freedom and empowerment.

Policy-makers struggle to understand the economic concepts relevant to intellectual property rights

Dear Editor, As the leading researcher, analyst and writer for almost a decade in the still emerging field of Caribbean Intellectual Property law and policy, my work has catalogued the laws and policies related to intellectual property rights within the Caricom states and their relation to international IP regimes such as the WTO’s TRIPS agreement (Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights).

The aged and the young should be given priority at any medical institution

Dear Editor, This government took over a country in which critical social services were found to be seriously deficient in their daily operations.

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