Dear Editor, On the occasion of the 39th CARICOM Heads of Government Meeting, we, Caribbean citizens working for gender equality and social justice, congratulate Prime Minister Mia Mottley on her entry into the community of the Caribbean Heads of Government.
Dear Editor, The GAWU was indeed dismayed to see a report appearing in the July 01, 2018 Guyana Times which aired the views of a small number of workers regarding the Union’s recent move to the Courts on the outstanding severance pay to dismissed sugar workers.
Dear Editor, The reality is Guyana is too far gone down the road of racial politics.
Dear Editor, As a people we have to start setting at least some minimum standards for our leadership, particularly at the levels of President and Prime Minister.
Dear Editor, The Japanese soccer team had a change of coach 71 days before the start of the world cup.
Dear Editor, The media has been full the last few days with stories of ‘success’ and ‘failure’ in terms of the Grade 6 assessments.
Dear Editor, Over the years, and especially in the lead up to the 2020 general elections, political commentators have talked about the need for a “third party” or “third force” in Guyanese politics.
Dear Editor, Regarding the article in SN dated 02-Jul-2018 titled: `National oil company for Guyana would be a disaster – Jan Mangal’ This article does not reflect the two posts on social media from which I believe they were based.
Dear Editor, There is no denying that the weekly presentation “Future Notes” in Stabroek News makes interesting reading which even stimulates useful argumentation at times.
Dear Editor, Once again, there reigns excitement and optimism in some quarters that a third party(ies) would enter the political fray and be the game-changer and difference maker.
Dear Editor, As a writer myself, I would naively assume that writers are best at writing, while leaving the politicking to politicians.
Dear Editor, If the International Cricket Council officials find there is a need to clamp down on player participation in domestic T20 leagues, something is wrong.
Dear Editor, Recent media reports indicate that our local government authorities are concerned about ‘renaming of regions, villages, boundaries and flags’.
Dear Editor, I refer to Ian McDonald’s last Sunday column on Faith and Science.
Dear Editor, I made a query with regards to missing NIS contributions on 24 July 2017.
Dear Editor, The coverage in certain sections of the press of the latest charge of “Misconduct in Public Office” filed against Dr.
Dear Editor, The Mayor and City Council continues to express worry about the condition of many of its roads in different sections of the city.
Dear Editor, Drivers across the country continue to be victimised by traffic ranks of the Guyana Police Force especially in Regions Five and Six.
Dear Editor, At Mora, a village located in Moruca, Region 1, the youths are eager to learn leather craft as a skill.
Dear Editor, Elections positionings are flying fast and furious; all kinds of developments are coming from every direction, and the hour is still young.
Dear Editor, I will stay away from the debate about whether the Guyana Prize for Literature Committee is functioning effectively, and whether past judges should participate.
Dear Editor, When I first saw the video of my friend and colleague, Charles Ramson Jr declaring his intention to contest for the PPP Presidential Candidate, I was very disappointed in the choice of words used to justify his candidacy.
Dear Editor, I found Dr. Mark Devonish’s letter (SN June 29th) interesting for two reasons: Putting down one candidate (Charles Ramson) and promoting another (Vindhya Persaud).
Dear Editor, The declining performance of students in the critical subject area Mathematics at the recent National Grade Six Assessment Examination is worrying.
Dear Editor, Teachers who have earned a degree in Public Management should be recognized in the teaching system.
Dear Editor, As the 2020 elections campaign picks up speed, I would like to reiterate that the agenda must be about ‘creating more value from Guyana for Guyanese’.
Dear Editor, I refer to the slight storm in a ‘tinnin cup’ surrounding the presidential ambitions of Charles Ramson, Jr, granted that the young would-be lion’s fervour seems to have been effectively quelled after a dismissive intervention by his superior, Bharrat Jagdeo.
Dear Editor, Charles Ramson, Jr. for president has a new and different sound with a fresh appealing flavour to it.
Dear Editor, Sri Lanka on their tour of the West Indies lost the First Test match, came from behind to be in a dominant position when the Second was drawn, and won the Third.
Dear Editor, I was in Guyana last week for two ‘back to back’ events; a donation of books, equipment and supplies to the University of Guyana Library on Thursday June 21 and a Full Court sitting on Friday June 22, to honour the memory of my late father Judge Mohamed Shahabuddeen, O.E., S.C.
Dear Editor, The Lethem-Linden road represents the main artery for the movement of people and supplies between Region 9 and the coastal belt.
Dear Editor, I note with considerable interest that a PAHO team is in Guyana to address the mercury clean up at the GGMC complex.
Dear Editor, Recently, in response to a question in parliament, the AG disclosed in the National Assembly that five special Prosecutors have been retained at the staggering rate of $2M per head, per case, along with a charge-out rate of $20,000 per hour spent on each case (whether in or out of court).
Dear Editor, For these August holidays, parents can save themselves a bundle that they would have had to spend taking their children to fancy zoos overseas, or on a safari in some exotic foreign land, to enjoy a vast array of wildlife and nature, by just taking them to visit the La Penitence Market in Georgetown.
Dear Editor, The GAWU was disappointed to see the comments of GuySuCo’s Corporate Communications Manager, Ms Audreyanna Thomas in the June 28, 2018 Stabroek News relative to a picketing exercise by workers and pensioners of Uitvlugt Estate on June 27, 2018.
Dear Editor, · May I take this opportunity to congratulate Mr Charles Ramson in his declaration for the leadership of the PPP and the Presidency of Guyana?.
Dear Editor, Reference is made to Mr. Hydar Ally’s missive `Term limits consistent with norms of good and accountable governance’ (SN Jun 29).
Dear Editor, While I consider myself ethically constrained, though not obligated, to refrain from detailed public commentary on issues involving professional positions I hold or held, it would be irresponsible if I, as a former director on the Board of Guyana National Newspapers Limited (GNNL) were not to correct on record claims made by Sherod Duncan in your article, ‘Duncan denies being given preference as Guyana Chronicle GM’ (SN – June 28, 2018) For the purposes of brevity, I will dismiss areas where he was merely economical with the truth.
Dear Editor, On July 1st, 2018, Mexicans will elect a new President who will serve from December 1st, 2018 to November 30th, 2024.
Dear Editor, On the 18-Jun-2018 the Kaieteur News indicated that Dr Jan Mangal (petroleum adviser to the President from Mar-2017 to Mar-2018) recommended the investigation of the award of petroleum blocks which occurred under the previous government.
Dear Editor, Another tragic and senseless fatal accident involving yet again, the dreaded mini buses.
Dear Editor, It’s the first time the Guyana National Newspapers Limited (GNNL), with the appointment of Mr.
Dear Editor, The ruling coalition administration has passed a bill on local government reform completely blanking the opposition.
Dear Editor, Please allow me space in your letter column to comment on an article I saw in the Kaieteur News yesterday titled ‘Ramson signals desire to be PPPC presidential candidate’.
Dear Editor, The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has finally ruled on the issue of presidential terms limits.
Dear Editor, With the CCJ judgment, the time is long overdue for all the PPP ‘grey beards’ to retreat to their seaside villas and become newspaper letter writers!
Dear Editor, Whether true or false, very few Guyanese believe that Bharrat Jagdeo had nothing to do with the Court case, that led to the historic ruling by the Caribbean Court of Justice.
Dear Editor, I wish to thank Inspector Isaac and Sergeant Henry of the Anna Regina police station for acting on my complaint expeditiously early on Monday, June 25, 2018.
Dear Editor, Permit me to share, please, two thoughts relative to commentaries that followed the decision of the CCJ on term limits.
Dear Editor, I read with much interest that the Thirteenth Chinese Medical Brigade had completed its mission and was being commended for its continued service to Guyana.