Dear Editor, It’s all well and good to dream of building a house.
Two Thursdays ago, Minister of Public Health Volda Lawrence launched revised food-based dietary guidelines for Guyana in collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (UN), tweaking and updating those that were established in 2004.
Dear Editor, The loss of life in Gaza is to be regretted, and the prospect for a peace settlement between Israel and those representing the interests of the Palestinians seems a forlorn hope.
Dear Editor, Quite recently some of my stalwart colleagues were expressing optimism, even excitement, at the promise offered by a reportedly successful financial bond transaction being negotiated for the revitalisation of the Guyana Sugar Corporation.
Dear Editor, The Indian Action Committee (IAC) having made numerous enquiries through meetings and correspondences with the Government of Guyana (GOG) regarding the installation of the Indian Immigration Monument at Palmyra, is sensing some amount of confusion surrounding the project and therefore seeks clarification.
Dear Editor, “Go back to where you came from!” The words hung in the air, this timeless curse and piercing insult hurled through the Ages at the gypsies, nomads, and caravans of people on the move.
Dear Editor, The Mayor and City Council had made it clear that no vending or other related business will be allowed on the tarmac in front of the Stabroek Market.
Over the past decade, Guyana has seen a proliferation in the establishment of private educational institutions at all levels, most notably at the post secondary and tertiary levels.
Dear Editor, I find it surprising that ExxonMobil has been relaying information to the Coalition Government, on a quarterly basis, given the reticence of this Administration when it comes to keeping the Guyanese public informed of the developments in the oil and gas sector.
Dear Editor, I’m writing to warn tourists and visitors to Georgetown to avoid the Stabroek Market because recently I witnessed a schoolboy in his uniform who was waiting for the bus to go home who was brutally beaten and robbed of his cell phone.
Dear Editor, The Government of Guyana must respond to the questions of the Christian community who wanted to know why the Government did not stop the gay pride parade.
Dear Editor, Yesterday morning at 11:30 hrs the Mayor and City Council met with members of a special committee from Rasville and discussed the felt needs and the concerns of the residents of that local community.
Dear Editor, As a Guyanese and as a Christian, I have decided to make my stand here against the Gay Pride Parade held in the streets of Georgetown on June 2, 2018.
Dear Editor, My dearly departed mother used to say “where ignorance is bliss, it’s folly to be wise”.
Astute analysts of global affairs, (even at this eleventh hour, would probably not bet their houses) on the absolute certainty of the June 12th ‘summit’ between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un, the clear signs that the two men are now likely to meet and talk in Singapore, a week today, notwithstanding.
Dear Editor, Our beloved homosexual brothers and sisters had their gay pride parade on Saturday.
Dear Editor, The headline in the June 2nd edition of Stabroek News reads: “‘You can’t have a right to do what is wrong’ -Georgetown Ministers object to gay pride march, equal rights for all”.
Dear Editor, I wish to voice my concerns about the stereotyping of Amerindian/ Indigenous Peoples of Guyana.
Dear Editor, Reference is made to an article published on May 30, 2018 by Citizens’ Report and quoting opposition MP, Juan Edghill.
Dear Editor, Reference is made to the headline titled, “‘You can’t have a right to do what is wrong’ -Georgetown Ministers object to gay pride march, equal rights for all” (SN June 2).
Dear Editor, I had decided some time ago to remain silent on the issue of GTT sending .messages to me encouraging me to call my relatives and friends who reside in North America and ask them to top up my cell phone account so that it can be multiplied three or four times over.