Trawler owners and seafood operators have continued to benefit from 2005 agreement with gov’t

Dear Editor, The Guyana Revenue Authority wishes to respond to a letter published in the June 6, 2018 edition of the Kaieteur Newspaper, titled `We can’t continue governing with our heads buried in the sand like this’ written by Tony Vieira, as well as allegations in a Demerara Waves article alleging that ‘higher taxation’ was a reason for the closure of BEV Enterprises, a fishing company owned by Bruce Vieira.

Steps to fixing GuySuCo

Dear Editor, GuySuCo’s current situation could be successfully fixed in a timely manner if both the political will and good corporate governance are undertaken.

America’s ICE Age

Last week, a Brooklyn army base called the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency when a pizza delivery man could not produce adequate documentation.

The ‘Carnival’ was ill conceived

Dear Editor, I feel compelled to support the condemnation appearing in SN’s columns of Tuesday, June 5th, of the vacuity that was wantonly labelled as ‘Carnival’, albeit from a more nationalistic perspective.

Improved facilities for fire service

One critical flaw in the management of this country that has not changed even one iota, despite the changes in the managers over the years, is our seemingly wilful or unwitting neglect of many state institutions, both with regard to systems and infrastructure.

Packed cultural programme at Indian Arrival day in New York

Dear Editor, Indian Arrival was celebrated in New York City last Sunday June 3 with an entertainment packed cultural variety concert and singing and dancing competition at the Smokey Park in the heart of Richmond Hill, popularly known as “Little Guyana” because of the hundreds of thousands of Guyanese who are settled there.