Dear Editor, The 41st annual Conference on the Caribbean and Central America wrapped up here Friday with the issue of disaster resilience planning dominating the discussions, against the backdrop of Hurricanes Irma and Maria which struck the Caribbean region within weeks of each other in September, resulting in the almost total devastation of several islands.
Dear Editor, There was the time in the USA when the primary mode of transportation was by stagecoach.
Dear Editor, For about a hundred and fifty years “draining the swamp” has been a flourishing glowing part of the American political lexicon.
Dear Editor, The Pomeroon was once a food basket; today it is neglected, and farmers have moved away from their lands in search of a better living seeking gold.
Dear Editor, The PNCR Canadian Chapter wishes to state renewed support for the position of our Attorney General Basil Williams defending the actions of President David Granger in his lawful constitutional selection of the Gecom chairman Justice Patterson.
Dear Editor, Darren Bravo has the best Test average abroad of any West Indian cricketer, although admittedly his Test playing record is relatively short.
Dear Editor, We are witnessing a mere trajectory of how our beloved utility company operates.
Dear Editor, Judges can promote social order when they use a clear interpretation methodology and display it in their rulings.
Dear Editor, We always hear of negative things about homeless people but this is a true story that would bring smiles to your Sunday readers.
Dear Editor, There have been strong calls for the private sector in the Caribbean to become more actively engaged in lobbying and other efforts to enhance the region’s relations with the United States, notwithstanding President Donald Trump’s announced America first policy.
Dear Editor, Elements of the shrinking thinking class have watched in fascination, and some dread, at the attempted assassination of regulation, and the stonewalling of law enforcement investigation.
Dear Editor, The Mayor and City Council wishes to inform all property owners that its City Treasurer’s Department will be opened from 8 am to 12:30 pm today.
Dear Editor, The second President of the United States of America, John Adams, once described his Government as “a government of laws, and not of men.” The philosophy which underpins this statement is the foundation of modern democratic governments.
Dear Editor, Following your publication of my missive earlier this week regarding frequent traffic chaos and obstructions within close proximity of the Turkeyen Police Station, I had a subsequent but brief conversation with a female Police Rank stationed there.
Dear Editor, This past October, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), one of the country’s most important creditors, launched its 2017-2021 Country Strategy for Guyana, where it pointed to a “lack of strategic planning and vision at the highest level[s]” of government.
Dear Editor, Each November, “Remembrance Day” in the United Kingdom (UK) honours the heroic efforts, achievements and sacrifices that were made in past wars.
Dear Editor, I have been following the public debate on the troubling issue of the alleged sexual abuse of a juvenile who was in the care of the City Constabulary, by a Lance Corporal who was the Subordinate Officer in Charge of the Regent Street Station and rostered to work the 11:00 – 07:00 hours shift on Wednesday 23rd August 2017.
Dear Editor, The Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) was set up under the previous administration to fight against money laundering and drug trafficking.
Dear Editor, Human history is replete with examples where the behaviour of persons in leadership positions can influence those around them.
Dear Editor, Jamaican entrepreneur Michael Lee Chin, Founder and Chairman of Portland Holdings, Inc.
Dear Editor, In a letter which appeared in SN on November 10, Albert Rodrigues, Chartered Architect, was of the opinion that generally, the poor performance of consultants and contractors executing Government-funded projects is due primarily to the lack of due diligence by the procurement authorities comprising the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board (NTPAB), the Ministry of Finance (MoF) and the Ministry of Public Infrastructure (MoPI).
Dear Editor, The headline at the bottom of Stabroek News’ front page was stark: `Mayor prepared to beg for return of Puran, Cevons –says city in crisis’ (SN November 15).
Dear Editor, This is a response to a query from Brother Tacuma Ogunseye (Stabroek News, November 16, 2017) about a reference to him in my column in the November 12, 2017 edition of the Guyana Chronicle.
Dear Editor, Let me first commend our First Lady Mrs. Sandra Granger for the astute path she has adopted in respect to promoting entrepreneurial training initiatives in Guyana.
Dear Editor, The media plays an important role in how we address sexual abuse, especially abuse against children.