Dear Editor, As the famous proverbial phrase reminds us, “old habits die hard.”
Dear Editor, Under the caption “Frustrated with birth certificate department of GPO” published by Stabroek News on September 22nd and the reply published under the caption “Persons with complaints/queries can also reach GRO via social media” published on September 24 in the Guyana Chronicle shows the reactive nature of the Registrar General of the General Register Office (GRO) Mr.
Dear Editor, The dust has settled on the present political-ideological disposition of the PPP/C.
Dear Editor, There is a major supplier of goods and services to ExxonMobil that if one looks at their books for evidence of ‘local content’, plenty will be found; however, a closer examination of their business practices reveals an inherent unfairness to local companies and suppliers.
Dear Editor, Guyana has had too many killings that remain unsolved (not to mention a number of mass killings).
Dear Editor, On September 23 last, eligible students of SVN received the government cash grants which President Irfaan Ali had previously announced would be extended to private schools as well.
Dear Editor, The state has given flood relief grants to affected households and stimulus grants to all families plus educational grants, pension grants, and several other handout outs.
Dear Editor, Globally, we live in grim times: the pandemic, climate change, ecological disasters, rising geopolitical tension, economic meltdowns, poverty, wars, drugs, violent crime, etc.
Dear Editor, The speaking blitz embarked upon by the Head of State on his sojourn to the land of opportunity, shows him to be in great form and stride.
One of the underlying motifs of former PPP/C administrations was the persistent cry of corruption whether via procurement, kickbacks or questionable wholesale deal-making with cronies that stuck to these administrations like leaches.
Dear Editor, Permit me to respond to a letter published in the Stabroek News on September 22, 2021, captioned `Frustrated with birth certificate department of the GPO’.
Dear Editor, We would like to inform the nation that it has been two months since we have requested the information below from the Government.
Dear Editor Although I have an abiding interest in law enforcement, I was tempted not to get involved in the confabulation related to the killing by the police of Orin Boston at Dartmount, Essequibo.
Dear Editor, Permit me kindly the space in your letter column on the subject at captioned published in the Wednesday September 22, 2021 edition of the Stabroek News.
Dear Editor, I was most elated when there was a much-needed change in the personnel with the responsibility on managing West Indies cricket.
Dear Editor, Opinions about solar power have surfaced lately and though many writers have contributed considerably, I believe that the key ideas have barely had any time under the sun.
Dear Editor, The 1918-1919 Spanish (actually Kansas) influenza pandemic killed 6,378 Guyanese, but the estimated number of deaths were about 12,000.
Dear Editor, From indisputable evidence that is available to us, it is proven that persons who are vaccinated stand a far greater chance of being protected against the deadly coronavirus disease.