Dear Editor, Jordan in addressing the 43rd Annual General Meeting of the Islamic Develop-ment Bank Group in Tunisia, this week, made an announcement in passing—in brief, almost as a footnote.
Dear Editor, Democracy is a great system of government. It promotes dialogue and facilitates new ideas.
Dear Editor, The constitutional commissions in Guyana arose out of the Constitutional Reform process and out of a determination to urgently set up constitutional structures to address our country’s ethnic problems exacerbated by the 1997 elections results.
Dear Editor, One must feel sympathy for GAWU’s dilemma as expressed in the over-extended letter in SN of April 5, regarding the current plight of workers in the sugar industry, albeit misconstructed.
Dear Editor, How can people be so cruel that they would slash a poor man’s throat as he works to make a few dollars to meet his basic daily needs?
Dear Editor, A letter that thousands may read should be composed with a sense of responsibility.
Dear Editor, Since Mabaruma has been labelled a town, its infrastructure has improved to a respectable level.
Dear Editor, I think I can safely say with a great amount of probability that anything addictive is bad.
Dear Editor, Much has been written on Guyanese Creolese. One mistake that several writers make is that there is one Creolese language or dialect.
Dear Editor, The statutory meeting of the Georgetown City Council, scheduled for Wednesday 4th April 2018, is expected to vote for the amended by-laws for the parking meters.
Dear Editor, The media has a critical role to play in changing how domestic violence and other forms of gender based violence are addressed in Guyana.
Dear Editor, Our union recognized, over the Easter holidays, a number of reports in various sections of the media regarding happenings and developments in the sugar industry.
Dear Editor, On April 1st, 2018, Roman Catholics in Santa Rosa and throughout the country celebrated the bicentenary of the establishment of the Catholic Church in that region.
Dear Editor, A few months ago there were reports via the newspapers and otherwise of seizures of smuggled chicken meat and live sheep in different parts of Guyana.
Dear Editor, I thank Mahindra Persaud (SN, March 30) for his supportive comments on the discussion on Creolese.
Dear Editor, It was with deep sadness that I learnt of the passing of Ms Winnie Mandela on Monday, April 2, 2018.
Dear Editor, My good friend has dedicated himself and his resources in many ways to the success of Guyana.
Dear Editor, The recent recommendation by the Bar Association for the appointment of both the acting Chancellor and Chief Justice of the Judiciary to substantive positions would be good to end the unfortunate situation of two senior jurists acting for far too long.
Dear Editor, Guyana has been invited to compete in Canada at the UCI C1 Para Cycling event in April 2018, and Mr Walter Grant Stuart (a differently abled cyclist) is the ambassador who will carry the Golden Arrow Head to represent this country.
Dear Editor, “Authoritarian: is a form of Government characterized by strong central power and limited political freedom, individual Freedoms are subordinate to the State and there is no Constitutional Accountability.” According to Dr Hinds Stabroek News March 21, “the government must break the cycle of authoritarian governance.” Do we have anything as quoted above running this country?
Dear Editor, Last Wednesday, March 24, I was part of the Parliamentary Oversight Committee for the Security Sector that inspected police stations at Moruka, Matthews Ridge, Port Kaituma and Mabaruma in Region One.
Dear Editor, Whatever we rub on our skin enters the body and the bloodstream and eventually must have a discourse with our liver, so the biologists imply.
Dear Editor, President David Granger over the Easter weekend visited Region Six to distribute kites in two towns, Rose Hall and Corriverton, but surprisingly he decided to leave his fleet of vehicles behind to visit by helicopter.
Dear Editor, There was absolutely nothing wrong, disappointing or vulgar with the distribution of either bird kites or kites made of greaseproof paper as contended by a columnist in KN.
Dear Editor, I read with both amusement and varying degrees of contempt a response to a letter written by former President, Donald Ramotar, published under the caption, ‘Chronicle halt on Hinds and Lewis’ columns was inevitable’.