Dear Editor, I am a member of the Governing Board of the Guyana National Broadcasting Authority, having been nominated by the Leader of the Opposition.
Dear Editor, From the onset, permit us to state that it is not the policy of the Public Utilities Commission to respond to articles or letters published in the media, as some concerns and/or issues are directly within the purview of the utility in question.
Dear Editor, I am writing to ask for your intervention in a matter of great urgency in the town of New Amsterdam and it concerns the application of laws, rules, and regulations (or lack thereof) in the matter of noise abatement at the comer of Trinity and Main Streets.
Dear Editor, Recently in at least two of our daily newspapers the CEO of the Rights of the Child Commission (RCC) voiced several concerns that the commission had with our juvenile justice system.
It is a fairly safe bet to say that in the last twenty years consultants have produced enough documents to paper the walls of the ministries that commissioned them.
Dear Editor, Currently, a public notice announcing the convening of National Toshaos Conference 2017 is being given wide circulation in the local media.
Dear Editor, I act on behalf of Clifton Bacchus, personally, and in his capacity as the majority shareholder of Sleepin International Hotel& Casino Inc of Lot 289 Church Street, Queenstown, Georgetown.
Dear Editor, The Amerindian Action Movement of Guyana (TAAMOG) is calling on the Guyana Police Force (GPF) and the Director of Public Prosecution to order a re-investigation into the death of two Amerindian children killed as a result of a speedboat accident, where the occupants failed to render assistance to the Basil Da Silva family on 26th August, 2016 on the Waini River, about two miles from Morawhanna.
Dear Editor, Some years ago when I served as the Secretary of UGSS, the then Health Minister, Dr Leslie Ramsammy held the position that the University of Guyana should be made a smoke free zone.
Dear Editor, Having read Maxwell E Edwards’ response to Chevy Devonish addressing the issue whether the President has the authority to direct the Police Service Commission not to act on the list which forms the recommendation for promotions in the Police Force, there arise issues for further deliberation.
Dear Editor, Belle Vue Sports Club has been made to understand that another group of people is using the club’s name to solicit donations (monetary and other forms) both in person and on social media.
Dear Editor, The August 15, 2017 issue of the Chronicle carried a screaming headline ‘Tracking the money’.
Dear Editor, Citizens have been calling the Office of the Town Clerk for an explanation on the current state of affairs the council in relation to the provision of services to communities.
On August 8, 2017, we reported the story of Althea Thegg, who, nearing the completion of the construction of a new house – her dream home – had the nightmarish experience of watching a large section of the house crumble and fall away from the main building.
Dear Editor, In spite of what the Minister said at his press conference to review the country’s 2017 Half Year Perfor-mance Report, he missed the biggest take-away from the story that the economy is trying to tell us all.
Dear Editor, Recently I wrote a letter to the press supporting President David Granger’s directive to the Police Service Commission to put on hold promotions for police officers (‘President’s letter to Police Service Commission was appropriate’ SN, August 10).
Dear Editor, I believe that the visit by the five ministers and other government officials to ExxonMobil in Texas was good in theory, but the way it was done causes one to wonder whether it is the beginning of the end for transparency and accountability in this country.
Dear Editor, On Tuesday, August 15, I had just stepped out of an ice cream parlour at Vreed-en-Hoop, and was about to enter my car, when I heard a man speaking to a child, about six years old.
Dear Editor, It was the initiative of the Minister of Public Infrastructure David Patterson to establish core groups in each Region.
Dear Editor, It is a known fact that for the past six decades Guyanese have been in the forefront in providing legal and judicial services to overseas governments and organizations.
The discussions which will be held today when the Report of the Metered Parking Negotiation Committee is formally presented to the Mayor and City Council (M&CC) are bound to be interesting, to put it mildly.