Dear Editor, The following is an excerpt from an article titled: The world needs more Ethiopia and less Exxon, by Toby A.A.
Dear Editor, Carl ‘Max’ Alton Hanoman was a family friend, physician to many members of my family as well as a personal confidant.
Dear Editor, It is a reversal of all that we were taught in math classes, and which form the backbone of our understanding of the hierarchy of numbers, of the serenity of settled order, and of the strategic placement of people and things.
Dear Editor, The WPA’s response to Dr Pat Rodney’s remarks represents a shameful diatribe that is not only opportunistic, but it places rank political opportunism over one’s moral compass.
Dear Editor, I visited the Commissioner of Information Justice Ramson – a childhood friend -several times in his East Street office in my recent visit to Guyana.
Public servants will undoubtedly welcome the retroactive pay increase announced by President Granger on Wednesday and particularly the lump sum that will be provided just in time for the Christmas season.
Dear Editor, There is a matter at the Region Four level which is of concern to the Better Hope/LBI NDC and the Enmore/Hope NDC.
Dear Editor, The recently announced wage/salary and allowances increase is not the first time a government announced same without the agreement of the union.
Dear Editor, GT&T’s motto is: Do More It is an aspiration that is substantively honoured in the breach.
Dear Editor, Mr Ralph Ramkarran, in his article, ‘A post-racial future in Guyana is within grasp’ (SN: 10/11/19) writes, “It is clear that in Guyana Indians are not willing to be ruled by Africans and Africans are not prepared to be ruled by Indians.
Dear Editor, One continues to be dismayed by the belligerence of the AFC in the talks on a new Cummingsburg Accord.
The allocation of state-owned land has long been a contentious issue in this country, so it is hardly surprising that differences have emerged now over how former sugar estates are being leased.
Dear Editor, Yesterday several persons including my entire family were served with documents to attend a hearing this morning at the Gecom Mahaicony office to determine whether we exist.
Dear Editor, When the history of this country is written post oil, the name Dr.
Dear Editor, In an article published by the Guyana Chronicle on November 11, 2019, the Minister of Finance said that public servants received more than a 75 percent increase in wages and salaries for the period 2015-2019.
Dear Editor, According to Stabroek News of November 07, 2019, an earlier notification of the termination of their respective services caught two executives of GPL off-guard – the Deputy Chief Executive Officer and the Human Resources ‘Officer’.
Dear Editor, It is now abundantly clear to me that the phrase ‘Something is rotten in the State of Denmark,’ taken from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, unhappily, now applies to my beloved country Guyana.