Dear Editor, Red Thread is in solidarity with the women, children and men who are squatting in Sophia.
Dear Editor, I was invited to be part of a discussion on sugar on Monday evening.
i The report in Stabroek News of October 16 suggests that the authorities are bent on rewriting history by persisting with erecting the Monument generously donated by the Indian Government at Palmyra as opposed to Highbury, which is unquestionably the actual site where our forefathers from India first arrived in the then British Guiana.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU), through reports appearing in several sections of the media, has taken note of the reported comments and statements made by officials of the Guyana Sugar Corporation Inc (GuySuCo) on October 13, 2017.
Dear Editor, Those unfortunate readers who have been subjected to my attempts to make the case for the three formats of the game as being in its best interest, and therefore deserving of the administrative support of the ICC and individual cricket boards without invidious comparisons, may find my submissions less annoying by virtue of their endorsement by none other than the head of Microsoft, Satya Nadella.
Dear Editor, The Commissioner of Police (ag) recently removed police officers from the Mabaruma police station for lack of professionalism.
Dear Editor, Thank you for posting my last letter concerning an application for approval to build a storage bond in the community of Bachelor’s Adventure, lower East Coast.
Dear Editor, While I extend my sympathy to the family and relatives of the five who died in the recent Corentyne vehicles’ collision, I think of us, the West Bank Demerarians, who daily have to travel on the West Demerara Public Road with its wide distribution of potholes, especially from La Grange to Patentia.
Over the last month President Trump has been very critical of the National Football League (NFL) and its players for kneeling during the playing of the American national anthem before the start of games.
Dear Editor, Attorney General Basil Williams and his surrogates seem to be staring at the sky, while the pretence that ‘all is well’ continues.
Dear Editor, Thanks to the British High Commissioner for his response to my column on Brexit in which I was critical of Britain’s referendum decision to leave the European Union and foresaw a reduced status and diminished role for Britain as a result (‘The UK is here to stay’ Sunday Stabroek, October 18).
Dear Editor, The Indian Action Committee (IAC) is very concerned about two publicised high-profile incidents that occurred recently, relating to two persons, one of whom remains in the employ of the government, and the other of whom was dismissed arbitrarily by the Public Service Commission, hours before its term of office expired.
Dear Editor, The letter by former PPP/C Prime Minister Sam Hinds published on October 8 in Sunday Stabroek intended to refute ACDA’s claim that a conspiracy exists to hinder the empowerment of Afro-Guyanese, and which was sent to all the print media houses, compels an answer on the grounds of its erroneous opinions derived from ignorance.
Dear Editor, A research project, currently being executed by Ms Nadia Hunte, a member of the Sacred Heart Church and Masters student in Forest Biology, University of Guyana, has captured the attention of the Church’s environmental group.
Dear Editor, Many local football fans are curious to know what Mr Richard Groden is doing currently at the GFF.
Dear Editor, I was a student at UG from 1993-97. While I have not been residing in Guyana for the past 14 plus years, and after repeated notices from the University of Guyana Student Loan division, I paid off my student loan liabilities at the end of the 15 year period, in one payment.
Dear Editor, Deepavali, commonly known as Diwali or Divali, is the Hindu Festival of Lights and is observed over a five day period.
Dear Editor, It was disheartening to read about the attack in Mogadishu apart from the tragedy of the family that died in the gruesome road accident at No 59 village in Corentyne.
Dear Editor, “One hundred years from now, it’ll not matter what kind of car I drove; what kind of money was in my bank account or what my clothes looked like.
It serves no meaningful purpose to restate what, by now, are the well-known facts of the protracted saga of City Hall versus the growing army of pavement vendors who now populate most of the empty spaces in downtown Georgetown.
Dear Editor, So, just as expected, President Nicholas Maduro’s United Socialist Party (PSUV) won 17 of the 23 governorships that were up for grabs in Sunday’s gubernatorial elections in Venezuela.
Dear Editor, For the past three days, ie Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the residents of LBI to Better Hope on the East Coast are without water, again.
Dear Editor, So much of the analysis from columnists and letter writers I see in papers in Guyana continues to remind me of the management maxim from Murphy’s law: “Nothing is as simple as it looks to most people”.