Distrust, caution and security

The Paradise papers show that Apple moved US$250 billion dollars to an offshore account so that in 2014 it faced a tax rate of 0.005 percent.

President’s North American speech will stimulate discussion on arrangements for 2020 elections

Dear Editor, President David Granger, leader of the People’s National Congress Reform {PNCR), A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) and the APNU+AFC coalition, while addressing the North American Chapter of the PNCR in Georgia, USA, made what is likely to be seen as one of the most important and, to some onlookers, disturbing political addresses to the PNCR party faithful since he became President of Guyana in 2015.

Police force under a dark shadow

It was only in October that we editorialised on the Guyana Police Force and the high number of crimes and negative incidents being reported in the press in relation to the actions of a few of its senior officers and many of its rank and file members.

Can’t be trillions

Dear Editor, I wish to point out what appears to be a gross error in one of your editorials and what the possibility of its going unnoticed is saying about the reading classes of Guyanese.

A graduate in every household

Dear Editor, I would like to congratulate the 2,000 students who will be graduating from the  University of Guyana this weekend with  Certificates, Diplomas  Degrees in Medicine and Law and (Masters) for a job well done.

What’s in a name?

Years ago, before the evolution of social media, people changed their names to fit in or to avoid drawing attention to themselves because it was unusual.