Dear Editor, Three years ago, at a public forum at the new Hope Secondary School, I expressed the view that GuySuCo would not survive another four years.
Dear Editor, Owing to non-management workers employed with Bosai Minerals Group (Guyana) Inc (BMGGI) losing confidence in the representation provided by the National Association of Agricultural Commercial and Industrial Employees (NAACIE), which is the present bargaining agent for the said workers, they requested to be represented by the People United and General Workers Union (PU&GWU).
Dear Editor, There seems to be a misconception by the magistracy and prosecutors to the effect that once a magistrate finds a defendant guilty and sentences him, the magistrate is functus officio and cannot grant bail pending an appeal that was filed by the convicted person.
Dear Editor, I read in the Stabroek News dated Thursday, September 7, 2017 an article bearing the caption, ‘Koker breaks away at Met-en-Meerzorg’.
Dear Editor, On my second vacation trip to Trinidad, a Trinidadian asked me what I thought of Trinidad.
Dear Editor, I am not rich but I am not poor. Yet, I came from a poor community.
Dear Editor, I can’t speak for other fans, but I would enjoy victory over England in the upcomng shorter games as much as I enjoyed the Old Trafford victory.
Dear Editor, President David Granger has spoken of “serious deficiencies” in the police force, as exposed by the assassination plot inquiry (SN September 9).
Dear Editor, It was music to my ears to hear on the first morning of the game that WI had won the toss and had elected to bat.
Dear Editor, The situation in Myanmar, formerly Burma, regarding the Rohingya Muslim minority is deeply troubling.
Dear Editor, I would like to address several issues raised by The Caribbean Voice (TCV) regarding my recent letter in late August on suicide in Guyana.
Dear Editor, I hear words like poverty and working poor being bandied about.
Dear Editor, The current Venezuela crisis is causing Venezuelans particularly the Indigenous Waraus to enter Guyana through the border at Mabaruma in the North West District (NWD) to seek medical attention and to buy foodstuff.
Dear Editor, The recent pronouncement by Minister Keith Scott as it relates to the banning of single mothers who are security guards from working night shifts have been hailed by some as a good initiative.
Dear Editor, In reference to ‘President will be guided by court ruling in selection of Gecom chair -Harmon’ (SN Sep 8), the Chief Justice’s opinion was definitive: any fit and proper person can serve as chair of Gecom.
Dear Editor, I do not think that the proposal being advanced by the Ministry of Social Protection through its Minister responsible for Labour is possible at this juncture.
Dear Editor, In the media on August 28th 2017 Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo declared that he disagrees that PPP/C NDC councillors are uncooperative, and stated that they have valid reasons for not participating in events.
Dear Editor, I am a resident of Herstelling New Scheme. The roads are very bad, and during the rainy season the potholes become ponds as wide as the road.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Peace Council (GPC) welcomes recent developments in Colombia signalling a further consolidation of efforts at peaceful reconciliation among guerrilla movements and the Government of Colombia.
Dear Editor, The nation was recently informed by Minister within the Ministry of Social Protection, Keith Scott, of the government’s intention to bring to an end the practice of single parent women, employed in private security firms, having to work night shifts with all of the dangers associated with it.
Dear Editor, The first time I heard of the Sir Cowdrey Spirit of Cricket lecture was a few days after Kumar Sangakkara graced the hallowed halls of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), at Lords, to give the lecture.
Dear Editor, One thing’s for certain: media coverage of the sugar issue is not where it ought to be at this time, and many of the experts I have spoken to, have advised me it has much to do with sugar being seen as a rural issue when the media houses are all based in Georgetown.
Dear Editor, A particular controversial word has surfaced periodically, and pointedly; it prompted some thinking.
Dear Editor, During the CPL match between the Amazon Warriors and the Tallawahs on the 6th September 2017, Umpire Gregory Brathwaite lectured two incoming batsmen, Jonathan Foo and Rovman Powell, on ‘running on the pitch’ before either had faced a ball.
Dear Editor, Regarding your news item, ‘Trump ends ‘Dreamer’ immigration programme, places onus on Congress’ (SN Sep 6), there is widespread opposition to the President’s action amongst Guyanese New Yorkers and the larger Caribbean and South Asian communities.