Dear Editor, According to media reports the police are presently investigating the shooting to death of Marlon Fredericks by a City Constabulary lance corporal.
Dear Editor, Passengers of Fly Jamaica OJ275 out of JFK airport last Saturday went through a nightmare none of them ever wish to experience again.
Dear Editor, Director of Public Information, Mr Imran Khan, last week used his personal Facebook page to question why the Government of India invited 20 opposition PPP Indo-Guyanese Members of Parliament (MPs) and only 3 ruling coalition Indo-Guyanese MPs, to an all Indian parliamentarians’ conference in New Delhi, India.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Police Force is responding to a letter in the January 16 edition of the Stabroek News, under the caption ‘The PM has forgotten his former principles of frugality, – lean and clean government’ by Rohit Persaud.
Dear Editor, Since Dr Van West-Charles was appointed the CEO of Guyana Water Inc, I have observed that he has been a very proactive professional who is always on the ground looking at issues affecting the citizens of this country with regard to potable water, and trying his best to alleviate their problems.
Dear Editor, This year’s Linden Town Week celebrations have already ignited a great deal of excitement and interest locally, regionally and internationally from Guyanese around the globe, especially Lindeners.
Dear Editor, Our union has noted reports appearing in several sections of the media concerning the press conference by the Alliance for Change (AFC) held on January 15, 2018, and more so the comments made by leaders of that party with regard to the severance payments to the some 4,000 sugar workers of Skeldon, Rose Hall and East Demerara Estates.
Dear Editor, In a news broadcast aired on December 18, 2017, I heard the Commissioner of Lands and Surveys Department speaking about the situation of defaulting land owners, and the department’s plan to reclaim lands from defaulters, especially since many of them have been in possession of lands for over ten years, with which they have done nothing.
Dear Editor, City Hall claims it has spent over $140 million to rehabilitate Kitty Market.
Dear Editor, I refer to the news article in Stabroek News of January 16, 2018, ‘Billions diverted by prison unrest partly to blame for GuySuCo severance shortfall in budget –Trotman’.
Dear Editor, I have been seeking justice from the Town Clerk concerning an issue that has been affecting myself and my family for four years now.
Dear Editor, The Caribbean Voice notices that the HEYS programme is being replaced with “a more holistic training programme targeting youths across the country”.
Dear Editor, As a proud West Indian, I would like to publicly appeal to our West Indies Cricket Board to issue an official apology to under 19 South African batsman, Jiveshan Pillay, and to the entire South African under 19 cricket team for the unsportsmanlike manner in which West Indies under 19 captain, Emmanuel Stewart, secured Pillay’s dismissal in the West Indies versus South Africa match in the 2018 under 19 Cricket World Cup.
Dear Editor, As a former Registrar and a former Member of Council, University of Guyana, I paid keen attention to the letter from the university’s unions’ to the Sunday Stabroek: ‘The government has not yet appointed a University Council’ (Jan 14).
Dear Editor, The Ministry of Finance notes a letter captioned `National Tender Administration does not have forms which it has advertised’ which appeared in SN, January 16,2018, and wishes to advise that the forms are available on the Ministry’s website www.finance.gov.gy under the tab NPTA.
Dear Editor, Please allow me in your newspaper to congratulate the learned and esteemed Judge on his decision on January 8th, 2018 in the matter of the land along Eping Avenue, Bel Air Park.
Dear Editor, By now, most of us can agree that the political culture in Guyana is stagnated, toxic and based on a tradition that traces its roots back to the divide and conquer era of the British.
Dear Editor, My colleague Lincoln Lewis in his last Sunday commentary referred to the trade unions’ housing drive contribution.
Dear Editor, Having been instrumental in the formation and success of the coalition administration at the 2015 national elections, I cannot escape my responsibility for the precarious situation in which sugar workers now find themselves.
Dear Editor, Some two- and-two-quarter years ago, the current government took office with the expectation that it would be about a contra-PPP style of governance (It should be noticed that I still find it poisonous to go near an actual name.) How has the government done in what had to be a major undertaking, given the barbarities that were enmeshed as part of the then political leadership culture?
Dear Editor, In light of their disappointment with the political behaviour of the AFC which seems to have been fused with or morphed into the PNC, several individuals of integrity have indicated a willingness, or are encouraging others, to start a new political party or movement away from the two dominant race-based parties.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Police Force is responding to an article in the Friday January 12, 2018 edition of the Stabroek News under the caption ‘Bullets rain as gang raid De Veldt -cops under fire over delayed response ‘.
Dear Editor, We regret that our statement on sugar, published in the Stabroek News Diaspora Column on Monday January 8, communicated the idea that the government was closing the sugar industry.
Dear Editor, The National Procurement and Tender Administration (NPTA) placed advertisements spanning 9 pages on their new Supplier Registration Form, which advised that the forms could be obtained from the NPTA page of the Ministry of Finance website, at the NPTA or by email request to SPO_Compliance@Finance.gov.
Dear Editor, It has been three years since the Guyana Women Miners Organisation has held their Annual General Meeting in contravention of their charter and constitution.