Dear Editor, Demico ‘Qik Serv’ has been rooted in our history as a country for many, many years.
Dear Editor, The Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination (SASOD) is grateful for the media coverage of the panel discussion on mental health issues held on Tuesday, June 17, as part of our 10th annual lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) film festival, ‘Painting the Spectrum 10.’ However, I am writing to correct an inaccurate section of the report titled ‘Gays more prone to commit suicide – Dr Harding,’ which appeared in the Guyana Times dated Thursday, June 19, 2014.
Dear Editor, The 2011 results had a very deep meaning. If one analyzes Guyana’s history, one would realize that 1964 was the last election when no party got more than 50 per cent of the votes (one would never know the reality between 1968 and 1985 as these elections did not reflect the will of the people).
Dear Editor, Does the PPP honestly have the capacity to accept and acknowledge that since 1997 they have failed the nation; have jeopardized the democratic process in Guyana by not holding local government elections; and have overseen the complete destruction of the local government system?
Dear Editor, My blog of April 20, 2014 was captioned Doubts about Government respecting the budget non-approvals.
SIBARI, Italy (Reuters) – Francis yesterday issued the strongest attack on organised crime groups by a pontiff in two decades, accusing them of practising the “the adoration of evil” and saying mafiosi are excommunicated.
Dear Editor, Recently on Hard Talk, Minister Juan Edghill MP said that that there is no scientific evidence anywhere that anybody is born to be gay.
Dear Editor, The failure to pass the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Finance of Terrorism legislation exposes a glaring lack of effective political leadership and validates concerns about the country’s pernicious political leadership crisis.
Dear Editor, It is good that the government has decided to table legislation which would stop the beating of children in Guyana’s schools (‘Corporal punishment dropped from new education bill,’ SN, June 20).
Dear Editor, I have been a teacher for 14 years and have had trained status for over 8 years.
Dear Editor, Being an animal lover and owner of animals I always look forward to reading Dr Steve Surujbally’s article, the ‘Pet Corner’ in the Sunday Stabroek.
Dear Editor, In response to a Kaieteur News article ‘Bai Shan Lin “disrespects” National Assembly’ dated June 19, the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment (MNRE) wishes to clarify the notion that it is hindering the committee from visiting the company’s operation.
Dear Editor, I read in the newspapers with a great deal of interest that Guyanese applying for a passport for the first time must produce a birth certificate not more than six months old at the time of application.
Dear Editor, Were we to submit to the logic of Lincoln Lewis and Vidya Kissoon (among those commenting on some recent expressed views on homosexuality) we would be obliged to prohibit the dissemination of certain scriptures that denounce homosexuality.
Dear Editor, Could the relevant authorities please either say how a heavy-duty machinery rental company got permission to not only set up but spread out in a residential area, Delhi St in Prashad Nagar, or else investigate?
Dear Editor, So we have learnt from the media that the government will be conducting another fogging exercise in Georgetown.
Dear Editor, Can the authorities say what the latest status is on the vessel that was seized and detained in Curaçao with 10,000 ounces of gold with a street value of US$12 million?
Dear Editor, I have noted with interest the recent media releases about the Guyana Police Force’s intent to go after touts in the various minibus parks and would like to draw attention to a situation that exists in the La Parfaite Harmonie bus park.
Dear Editor, In recent times there have reports of sex scandals involving government officials, but none of these officials were called to account.
Dear Editor, On Wednesday, June 4, I could not stay for the entire first session of the Walter Rodney Commission of Inquiry (COI).
Dear Editor, It was interesting to read and listen to the dramatic outbursts of Cabinet Secretary Roger Luncheon and PPP General Secretary Clement Rohee when the West Indies Cricket Board moved their Test match to Barbados.
Dear Editor, It is good that Junior Minister of Finance Juan Edghill and Pastor McGarell expressed their views about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered Guyanese.
Dear Editor, The Colwyn Harding Support Group would like to register its deep concern that notwithstanding the submission to the Director of Public Prosecution of two independent medical reports which revealed that Mr Harding‘s injuries were consistent with his allegations that a foreign object was inserted into his rectum, that the perpetrator was not charged under the Sexual Offences Act.
Dear Editor, Since the opening of a new drinking spot, allegedly by an employee of Banks DIH Ltd, in a privately owned business complex aback of a gas station on the Essequibo Coast, serious noise nuisance has been affecting a large number of families.
Dear Editor, Firstly, let me say that I have always liked and admired Minister Priya Manickchand, and I still do.