Dear Editor, The GAWU, through a usually reliable source, has learnt that Uitvlugt Estate during 2018 expended well over a million dollars on meals provided to visitors to the estate.
Dear Editor, The Hon. Minister of Public Telecommunications, Ms. Cathy Hughes, MP, has come before the public.
Dear Editor, Your editorial in the Tuesday, April 16 2019 edition on the undertakings given by the Commissioner of Police on assuming the position is both relevant and timely.
Dear Editor, The majority of clubs affiliated to the North Essequibo Cricket Committee (NECC) wish to categorically dissociate themselves from the recent public statements made by President of the Committee Mr.
We have to be doing something wrong. There can be no other explanation for the dangerous lives our women and girls continue to live each day despite the attempts being made at empowerment and education.
Dear Editor, In the headlines of yesterday’s edition of the Stabroek News in an article entitled `Minister Hughes in clear breach of Integrity Act’, the following statement is made “To the extent she continues to retain ownership of the company in question, or an interest in it, she is in breach of the Code of Conduct contained in the Act.
Dear Editor, As I gaze upon the post-Independence landscape littered with discord and discontent, I cannot help but recall Bob Marley’s song to all humanity: Until the philosophy which hold one race superior And another Inferior Is finally And permanently Discredited And abandoned – Everywhere is war – Me say war.
Dear Editor, The recently released US immigration numbers, as they pertain to Guyana, tell an illuminating story.
Dear Editor, I write to express the support of the West Berbice Cricket Association (WBCA) for the appointment of the Cricket Ombudsman.
Dear Editor, The Sunday Stabroek of April 14, 2019 in an article by Laurel Sutherland, reported that Guyanese writer Kevin Garbaran is on the shortlist for the 2019 Commonwealth Short Story Prize.
Dear Editor, I had almost given up hope of seeing or hearing these words out of the mouth of West Indian cricket authorities: “We have terminated the old embedded selection policy which secretly, but actively, victimized some players and banished them from selection consideration”.
Dear Editor, As Guyana prepares to go to the polls for elections, what if we had a candidate like Jose Mujica running for the presidency of Guyana?
Last October, in the course of his first press conference as Commissioner of Police, Mr.
Dear Editor, Guyana seems to be a fertile place for contradictions. Without going back too far, it seems that in almost every sphere of our socioeconomic and political life we can find examples of someone or some entity doing the exact opposite of, or contrary to what was expected or promised.
Dear Editor, The Alliance For Change has taken note of the many comments and positions expressed and taken since, in answer to a question posed, I ventured the Party’s position on dual citizens being exempted from the National Assembly as a “disservice to Guyana”.
Dear Editor, It has been more than 15 years since I reported to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA), the Anna Regina Town Council and the other relevant agencies, that an illegal cement and steel rods bond is causing me and my family much sickness and discomfort in our house.
Dear Editor, Pete Buttigieg? Guyanese may well ask: who is he? He just might be the man come 2020.
Dear Editor, Every day I see people driving fast on the Mocha Road in Providence and I anticipated that one day I would witness an accident.
A month short of four years in office, the APNU+AFC government is at serious risk of being unable to deliver on its economic and financial policies, legislative agenda and oil and gas commitments this year.
Dear Editor, Full page ads boldly proclaim another outreach this time to Region 6 commencing at 10 am tomorrow.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company, due to its monopoly, treats its customers with great disdain.
Dear Editor, I am calling on the Guyana and Suriname governments to put in place a modern boat to service the crossing from Suriname to Guyana.
Dear Editor, Forgive me for being in a paradoxical state as I am both pleased and displeased at the same time.
Dear Editor, It seems as if conflicts of interest are a settled, acceptable way of life here.
Dear Editor, The Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs refers to the headline in the Stabroek News dated Thursday, 21st March, 2019 ‘Press Association calling on AG to apologise for attack on Stabroek News’.
Dear Editor, It is disheartening to see negativity which threatens our future. The economy and people are suffering because of the non-acceptance by leadership of a no-confidence result.
The Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) was established under the administration of Mr Donald Ramotar as part of Anti-Money Launder-ing Law requirements.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission, (GLSC), has over the past few weeks witnessed and received complaints of an increased number of cyber-attacks on its systems.
Dear Editor, I take the informed view that Government should not have to mandate training initiatives in a company, especially a foreign company operating in the local economy.
Dear Editor, I am penning this letter after reading a bundle of nonsense written by the so called “majority stakeholders”.
Dear Editor, “Professor Hinds ‘explained that he does not believe that academic qualifications should be a criterion for running for office, but that the public should know about the honesty and integrity of those lobbying for their support’” (Stabroek News 4/9/19).
Dear Editor, I hereby humbly suggest that the Ministry of Education conducts a feasibility study with the express intent of determining the possibility of offering CAPE studies at CXC at selected schools in Regions 2, 3, 4 (East Bank) and 5.
Kirstjen Nielsen, US Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security resigned last week, reportedly because President Trump wanted to implement even harsher policies at the US-Mexico border.
Dear Editor, I noticed that some folks are still advancing a case for Ministers/MPs to retain dual citizenship, and continue to introduce an irrelevance about the diaspora’s potential role in our development.
Dear Editor, There is hardly a day which goes by in which newspapers do not report an incident of domestic violence or a matter pertaining to domestic violence.
Dear Editor, The struggles of the sugar workers since May 2015, are well documented.
Dear Editor, One would not attempt to match the erudition of the letter writer on the subject `Any discussion of specific land distribution pattern must include behavioural factors, occupational choice, vision and discipline’ in SN of April 2, 2019, but it is respectfully offered that there are gaps in the submission regarding the development of Indo-Guyanese workers.
Dear Editor, With reference to the article on ineffective security at Stabroek Market (SN April 11).
There are, it would appear, nearly 6,000 registered Venezuelans here, and according to Minister Winston Felix, an unknown number of unregistered ones.
Dear Editor, A tour d’horizon of letters to editors of the mainstream media, would reflect the political views of both government and opposition, the positives and negatives in Guyanese current affairs, as well as the hopes and aspirations of letter writers.
Dear Editor, The recent exposure by the Parliamentary Opposition Leader, Mr. B. Jagdeo, at his weekly press conference on April 3, 2019 of what he believes to be a “people smuggling racket” in the Ministry of Citizenship aimed at inserting the names of foreigners into the voting list should come as no surprise.
Dear Editor, On April 2nd 2019, John Hetsberger pleaded not guilty to murder but guilty to manslaughter.
Dear Editor, I am writing to refute statements made by the Mr. Edward Layne and Ms.
Dear Editor, As you are aware, the first phase of the four-lane expansion programme of the East Coast Public Road, which is from Better Hope to Annandale, is underway.
Dear Editor, Please allow me to comment on Sir Hilary Beckles’ characterization of the disbanding of the Cricket High Performance as an act of vandalism (SN Monday April 8).