Dear Editor, The introduction of the VAT has seen businesses stooping to an all-time low.
Dear Editor, In response to the letter captioned “Members of this Water Users Association were not democratically elected” (07.01.03), we firstly will put this aspect of the national drainage and irrigation programme in perspective so that public opinion will be properly informed.
Dear Editor, I refer to Mr F. Skinner’s letter captioned “Burnham’s socialist policies created hardships for all.” (06.11.23).
Dear Editor, Several prominent Guyanese are heading for India for this weekend’s conference on Indians in the Diaspora in New Delhi.
Dear Editor, One columnist wrote that he was operating outside the Ministry’s code when he used corporal punishment (CP).
Dear Editor, Dr Ian McDonald’s Sunday column captioned “One of life’s great questions” (06.11.05) refers.
Dear Editor, I am a Guyanese by birth and was issued with a National ID Card.
Dear Editor, It is really painful to see and smell various parts of the city.
Dear Editor, It is noted that in your article of January 1, 2007 captioned “Glarey gets wheelchairs, supplies” (on page 14 of your newspaper) it was reported that a wheelchair was donated by Gafoors and a wheelchair and some foodstuff by the Ministry of Human Services.
Dear Editor, I have noticed the confusion (that most predicted) with the implementation of the Value Added Tax on January 1, 2007.
Dear Editor, It is now the third (3rd) day of 2007, which means it’s Guyana’s third day as a beneficiary or victim of VAT, depending on your perspective.
Between 18th December 2005 and 3rd December 2006, there were eleven presidential elections in Latin America.
Dear Editor, I refer to a letter purportedly written by an Abel Matthews captioned “Bishop Hammie has no congregation” (07.01.01) suggesting that the recent revelations by Mayor Hamilton Green on the “sorry state of affairs at City Hall” is the last spin of the Mayoral Dice, whatever that means.
Dear Editor, There are two factors that are absent from the analysis so far.
Dear Editor, The police force has improved in a short period of time.
Dear Editor, On a recent trip to some of Guyana’s interior attractions, I was shocked to discover that an unsightly PVC pipe had been laid in the middle of the Orinduik Falls, for some unknown purpose, by the caretaker.
Dear Editor, I shopped at a supermarket (name given) and bought a similar basket of items that I buy there every week.
Dear Editor, I write to express my concern that many stores in Regent Street are not charging VAT on sales and they say to the customer that the VAT is in the price.
Dear Editor, I have followed closely all releases, interviews and messages from the Guyana Revenue Authority, and all other relevant organizations with respect to the regulations governing the administration of Value Added Tax.
Dear Editor, I commend Mr. Aslam Hanief for his brilliant letter “Alternative methods of punishment have to be taught and can’t be introduced overnight”, (SN December 31, 2006).
Dear Editor, “The private sector should be the engine of growth for the future of Guyana,” has now become Guyana’s most vaunted clich
Dear Editor, As they did in the last election, will ACDA advise African Guyanese on the politics of the upcoming local, government elections?
Dear Editor, Recently, a report was carried on NCN Ch. 11 about vehicles with tinted windows.