Dear Editor, As a lecturer in Economics since 1989 I would often tell my students that there is no mystery in underdevelopment and no mystery either as to why nations are poor.
Dear Editor, I have protested in the street, participated in TV programmes and written dozens of letters against extra-judicial killings.
Dear Editor, A few days ago I went to the Hand in Hand agency office in Diamond to renew my fire insurance policy.
Dear Editor, Former Minister of Natural Resources Raphael Trotman announced last December that the details of Guyana’s proposed Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF) could be released to the public as early as the first quarter of 2018 and, as we get closer to the date of disclosure, I am deeply concerned that it will be poorly designed and badly managed if it is left in the hands of politicians.
Dear Editor, As a Regional Councillor, it is my duty to speak against the cancer of corruption which is engulfing Region 6 at an alarming rate with no solutions in sight.
Dear Editor, Following the news about the Guyana Chronicle and the termination of the contract with two of its columnists there are a few issues observers of political events and the media would note.
Dear Editor, Along the Atlantic coast of Berbice in what is known as the Corentyne there are 2 major towns that anchor the development of the area.
Dear Editor, We can qualify for the World Cup if we put a great deal of thought into our approach.
Dear Editor, Upon reading a letter titled ‘Every Councillor has a voice at the Georgetown City Council’ (SN, March 17) over my customary cup of coffee this morning, I couldn’t help but smile and shake my head in disbelief.
Dear Editor, Reference is made to a statement issued on behalf of the Management of Classic International Hotel by Ras Leon Saul and published in the March 14, 2018 editions of Kaieteur News and Stabroek News, under the headlines ‘Delay in permission…Berbice hotel threatens to dismantle wind turbine, ship it back to India’ and ‘Government has not responded to offer to supply national grid from wind turbine’, respectively.
Dear Editor, Please allow me space to share thoughts on the recent Mayor and City Council elections as I believe the unnecessary perversion of the democratic process requires a response from those of us concerned about our nation’s younger generations.
Dear Editor, When the news broke that columnists, Dr David Hinds, executive member of the WPA, and prominent trade unionist Mr Lincoln Lewis were banned from the Guyana Chronicle newspaper, I was certain that the decision to stop publishing the ‘Hind Sight’, and ‘Eye on Guyana’ columns was one made by the government either at the formal or informal levels.
Dear Editor, Please refer to an article which appeared in your Stabroek News issue of Friday March 16, 2018 on page.
Dear Editor, Mr E B John’s question in yesterday’s Stabroek News asking when will the CoI report into the Public Service be read, raises a wider question as to when will action be taken on the other CoIs that have been held.
Dear Editor, The residents of Bachelors Adventure met on Sunday, 11th March and agreed to invite representatives of GuySuCo and the government to discuss the return of their backlands, which were stolen by the Bookers Sugar Estates in the 1950s.
Dear Editor, The Working Peoples Alliance Over-seas Associates (WPAOA) condemns in the strongest possible terms the termination of the contracts of two public columnists by the Guyana Chronicle.
Dear Editor, “I shall not pretend that my life has been a triumph.
Dear Editor, It is a fact that the performance of the Guyana Police Force (GPF), for the most part, leaves a lot to be desired.
Dear Editor, When you come from a small country like Guyana, you should always have an outward outlook.
Dear Editor, The minority arm of the coalition was “kicked to the kerb” in GT mayoral elections.
Dear Editor, I refer to the news article ‘Unemployment rate 12%, new survey finds’ (SN, March 16).
Dear Editor, The row at the Guyana Chronicle is like two bald men arguing over who has the comb.
Dear Editor, One of the greatest strengths of a government is its diplomacy and ability to strategise.
Dear Editor, Irrespective of the clear disagreements OVP has with Minister Winston Jordan in terms of his national vision and economic policies, as patriots we must congratulate him on his recent defence of our sovereignty.
Dear Editor, When I saw a cream bus transporting schoolchildren with David Granger’s name emblazoned on its side, I was propelled into a state of amazement.