Dear Editor, The public discussion on the Access to Information Act organised by the Guyana Bar Association was both useful and timely, particularly in the light of public calls for the disclosure of contracts entered into by the Government of Guyana.
Dear Editor, The curtain has been drawn and the stage is boldly set to go into full-time paddy production at the now abandoned Wales Sugar Plantation.
Dear Editor, The Caribbean Voice (TCV) notes Ms Annie Baliram’s missive captioned ‘I have advanced a fundamental hypothesis on suicide’ in Stabroek News of September 11 in response to our corrections to inaccuracies and oversights in her original letter on suicide in Guyana.
Dear Editor, The human rights and fundamental freedom of our Amerindian people are protected through our revised Constitution of 2003 and other legislation and statutory measures.
Dear Editor, It was the APNU and AFC before the 2011 elections and again as coalition partners while in full campaign mode before the May 2015 election, which saw a jumbie behind every bush and screamed corruption.
Dear Editor, Guyana is a relatively young country that needs a lot of healing and reconciliation.
Dear Editor, Is there a mandate for the retention of the parking meters installed on the streets of Georgetown, the capital city?
Dear Editor, Yesterday, I saw two policemen on motorcycles taking a bribe from a motorist.
Dear Editor, This society must stop allowing elected officials to carry us for a ride.
Dear Editor While fans around the world were thrilled to the high heavens by the Windies victory against England in the second Test match of the current tour, I join in the chorus that one tree does not a forest make.
Dear Editor, We reference your article in the Stabroek News issue of Friday, September, 8 2017 under the caption ‘Council votes 13 to 12 for metered parking with revised contract’.
Dear Editor, I would like to add my voice to those of many others, including Christopher Ram, Dr Troy Thomas of the Transparency Institute, the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI), and editors and columnists of our various media, calling for the immediate release of the oil and gas contract.
Dear Editor, We have before us a revenue stream diversification question as it pertains to economic stability and risk mitigation.
Dear Editor, I refer to a letter written in your newspaper on September 8, 2017 by Robin Singh captioned ‘Umpire’s behaviour was completely misguided’.
Dear Editor, We have read with great interest the article in last Sunday’s Kaieteur News concerning the efforts of Canadian based Guyanese in partnership with international groups to bid for contracts in Guyana.
Dear Editor, September 11 marked seventeen years since that fateful day when over two thousand persons perished following the destruction of the World Trade Center at the hands of terrorists.
Dear Editor, The Guyanese economy has now lost its ability to grow at 5%.
Dear Editor, Of late the nation has heard a lot of noise about “serious deficiencies” in the Guyana Police Force.
Dear Editor, If there is anything that Guyanese have learnt over our brief post-independence period, it is that economic policies very often have a prolonged impact, and policy reversals can be extremely painful and socially destructive.
Dear Editor, I think that enough has been said by women in direct response to Minister Keith Scott’s proposal that women security guards who are single mothers be facilitated to stop working at night if they so choose.
Dear Editor, The reason advanced by the government for its non-disclosure of the contract with the petroleum giant, ExxonMobil, is that there is a legal prohibition against such disclosure.
Dear Editor, Your reporting in yesterday’s page 15 of SN (‘New party not solution to country’s problems –Ramkarran’) quoted a passage from my Sunday column (‘A bleak prognosis?’) which it attributed to me but which was not mine and did not represent my views.
Dear Editor, This letter follows a public angry outburst by a contractor and the revelation that contractors with more than 25 million in capital projects, have not been directed to their project sites to commence work as at September 2, 2017, more than one month after the contracts have been signed.
Dear Editor, Since discontinuing the garbage collection services of its two main disposal agents in Georgetown, the Mayor and City Council (M&CC) has obtained the services of a number of small contractors.
Dear Editor, I write to draw the attention of your readers to an active nuisance that has been created by the KFC fast food franchise outlet at Vlissengcn Road and Eping Avenue, Bel Air Park.