Dear Editor, Two days ago, an anonymously written letter `Runaround from Government Valuation Office’ was published in your columns.
Dear Editor, It is very unfortunate that heads of government ignore Court Orders as this sets the tone for a breakdown of law and order.
Dear Editor, I wish to thank Mr Dunstan Barrow for his recent letter to the Stabroek News `Purest bauxite in the world?’ in the February 13 edition.
Dear Editor, The undersigned empathises totally with the thrust of the complaint by Mr.
Dear Editor, The majority arm of the coalition seems not on the same page on whether to meet with officials of the Carter Center or not.
Dear Editor, The Senior Officers and general administrative staff of the Mayor and City Council are utterly disgusted with the emotionally charged statements of Councillor Ayodele Roache, at the statutory meeting of Monday February 12, 2019, in which she referred to the work of Council’s Public Relations Division as “trash.” The Councillor was cautioned and subsequently withdrew the comments from the record of the Council.
Dear Editor, Black History Month is currently being celebrated in the United States of Ameri-ca, Canada and the United Kingdom.
Dear Editor, I have been quiet for some time. I wanted to take a break from writing to the newspaper.
Dear Editor, Western Union and MoneyGram [WU & MG] are the two main entities sending and receiving cash money around the world.
Dear Editor, The Valuation Department notes with concern the letter in yesterday’s Stabroek News entitled `Runaround from Government Valuation Office’.
Dear Editor, In 2010, as Minister of Health, I announced the HPV Vaccine Initiative.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) wishes to respond and set the record straight to an article in the Kaieteur News of Sunday, February 10, 2019, reporting the Honourable Bharrat Jagdeo, Leader of the Opposition titled `Jagdeo accuses GRA of encouraging fuel smuggling’.
Dear Editor, The decision by the three Commissioners appointed by the ruling coalition not to attend a meeting with representatives of the Carter Center does not bode well for the future of democracy in Guyana.
Dear Editor, The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) deserves full marks for the position it has adopted and the actions it has undertaken in response to the regional and international crisis that was precipitated on Wednesday 23 January 2019 when the Venezuelan parliamentarian who is currently holding the rotating Presidency of the National Assembly, Juan Guaido, declared himself President of Venezuela and had his claim to the Presidency recognized by the government of the United States of America and several other powerful Western governments.
Dear Editor, I am a member of the Private Sector Commission (PSC) Council and a member of the Governance & Security Sub-Commit-tee.
Dear Editor, I wish to bring to the attention of the general public and the relevant authorities the unprofessionalism and slothfulness of the Government Valuation Office when it comes to completing a valuation of a property.
Dear Editor, It is with great concern for the professional practice of journalism by a few media outlets in Guyana that I am writing this letter to address very glaring misinformation that was carried in some sections of the press on Friday February 8, 2019.
Dear Editor, The Migrant Support Network of Guyana (MSN-GY) notes with concern a live video published on social networking site, Facebook, on Saturday, February 9, 2019 by social media account holder, ‘Guyanese Critic’, with the title, “DRUNKEN FOREIGNERS ATTACK GUYANESE CRITIC, IS THERE A GROWING PROBLEM IN GUYANA?” MSN laments that both the live video as well as its complementary comment section carry problematic, xenophobic, intolerant language.
Dear Editor, It is difficult not to be most apprehensive of the profound implications inherent in the cris de coeur of Dr.
Dear Editor, In your article on the First Bauxite Corporation Mine at Sand Hill, Region #3 in the Sunday Stabroek of 10th February, 2019 there is mention about the bauxite found in the mine being “Purest in the world to their knowledge”.
Dear Editor, Your article `Pritipaul Singh to be refunded $246.4m in VAT’ in yesterday’s SN is accurate – to a point.
Dear Editor, The Ministry of Public Infrastructure wishes to respond to an article published in the Stabroek News edition on Friday, February 8, 2019, under the headline, `Road expansion works cause Blygezeight flooding.’ The Ministry of Public Infrastructure would like to thank you for the article.
Dear Editor, The Mayor & City Council has come around and cancelled out the numbers painted on the road in front of the bridges and gateways of our Queenstown residences thus correcting what was a mistake to try and sell these as vending spots.
Dear Editor, The debate so far would appear to have focused on the issue of ‘dual citizenship’ almost instinctively from a political perspective, understandably so – taking into account the manner in which it initially arose in December 2018.
Dear Editor, There is a confirmed official report of a bomb scare called into the University of Guyana last week.
Dear Editor, The spectre of delaying tactics reminiscent of the Cunctator is haunting Guyana.
Dear Editor, It is now over two weeks since the shooting at my house.
Dear Editor, The Epilepsy Foundation of Guyana (EFG) will be observing International Epilepsy Day today and we wish to extend greetings to all those in Guyana who live with epilepsy or have a loved one who is affected by epilepsy or seizures, or what is commonly known as ‘Fits’ in our country.
Dear Editor, More than two years have passed since the robbery on November 9, 2016 at the Rohees’ place of residence at Eccles on the East Bank of Demerara.
Dear Editor, Vocal public advocacy for a cause or political party has an upside rarely talked about; it brings you into contact with many who share similar views and passion.
Dear Editor, I write to thank and compliment Mr Statia for his letter of explanation on the ASYCUDA system.
Dear Editor, I am not astonished at the Guyana Elections Commission’s (GECOM) position regarding its constitutional mandate to be prepared for, and be ready to conduct elections.
Dear Editor, I was going through last week’s Sunday Stabroek and an article pertaining to bids for the new Demerara Harbour bridge caught my attention.
Dear Editor, I observe that many Guyanese still like to bury their heads in the sand in true ostrich-like fashion.
Dear Editor, I would like to bring to the attention of the Minister of Public Security and the Commissioner of Police, the actions of ranks stationed at the Annai police station in the North Rupununi, which, in my opinion, border on the illegal and unlawful.
Dear Editor, I wish to be pellucid at the onset of this commentary which I believe is extremely important at this juncture.
Dear Editor, Today marks eighty-seven days since the PPP/C tabled its No Confidence Motion and fifty days since it was passed, the Government defeated, Cabinet including the President ceased to exist, and the imposition of a ninety days deadline for the Government to hold fresh elections, unless extended by a two-thirds vote of the National Assembly.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Revenue Authority notes the concerns recently expressed by Mr.
Dear Editor, I am puzzled by a “handed-down” decision by GTT and have tried to obtain, in vain, from GTT, a rational explanation for the following situation.
Dear Editor, I am sad to learn of Ron Savory’s death. I offer heartfelt condolences to his wife and family and friends.
Dear Editor, I am one of the many residents of Region #10 who travelled from Aroaima, Kwakwani, Ituni, Rockstone, Linden and other areas too numerous to mention to attend the opening of the Region #3 People’s National Congress-Reform office at Vreed-en-Hoop on the West Coast of Demerara.
Dear Editor, The Chief Justice (ag.) has recently ruled on Compton Reid’s petition, disqualifying individuals with dual citizenship from being eligible to be members of the National Assembly of Guyana.
Dear Editor, Please refer to an article captioned `Man dead, partner critical after Princes St crash’ which appeared in the Tuesday, February 5 2019, edition of your newspaper.
Dear Editor, SN’s editorial of Sunday 3 February, 2019 raised a number of issues, albeit complementary, which invite debate.
Dear Editor, I was pleased to read in another section of the press that the Government of Guyana intends to honour Ms.
Dear Editor, I would like to add an important point to Sean Moniz’s observation regarding the ugly painted numbers defacing the roads of the Mashramani route, the work of our Mayor & City Council.
Dear Editor, The Attorney General has filed appeals against the Chief Justice’s ruling in two of the three cases filed in relation to the No-Confidence Motion: the case filed by the AG and the case filed by Christopher Ram.
Dear Editor, Although I am not certain how Mr. Mohammed S. Hussain could quarrel with the AFC for passing a motion to ‘unequivocally support free education from nursery to university’ when he admits that university education is still not free, if it were not so serious, the following laughable story justified his comment that, ‘The AFC wants to use oil resources for free education yet all the lawyers in the party could not advocate for the new education act to be passed in parliament.
Dear Editor, Following my letter questioning the lack of cultural and ethnic diversity in Caribbean Airlines’ new advertising campaign, I have taken note of the local launch featuring Machel Montano and the Park Side Steel Orchestra at Stabroek Market.
Dear Editor, The current councillors of the Enmore/Hope NDC inherited an unruly and difficult situation in Enmore, thanks mainly to previous Councils.