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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Letter: Tillerson is gone, what does it mean for Guyana?

Dear Editor, After eight years of being criticized by the Obama administration, the oil and gas industry enjoyed a remarkable renaissance in Washington upon the...

Letter: Get value for money spent on higher education

Dear Editor, In recent times, Guyana has experienced a proliferation of private educational institutions being set up to offer education at all levels.  While the...

Letter: Setting the record straight

Dear Editor, The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) wishes to notify the general public that Mr. Rueben Khusial, who resides in the United States of America,...

Letter: Proud achievements of Guyanese women being rapidly undermined, reversed

Dear Editor, This year's International Women’s Day theme “Time is now: Rural and Urban Activists Transforming Women’s Lives” could not be more apt as women’s...

Letter: The PPP/C has no generational conflict, nor has it ever had

Dear Editor, I have noted the statements by the Prime Minister Nagamootoo in the Guyana Chronicle with some amusement, where he expresses solidarity and mounts,...

Letter: Voters will not be fooled again

Dear Editor, Kemraj Ramjattan had predicted shortly before the 2015 national elections that his political party, the AFC, would become “dead meat” should it team...

Letter: AFC’s concern about the plight of the sugar workers insincere

Dear Editor, Our Union has noted reports appearing in several sections of the media concerning the press conference by the Alliance for Change (AFC) held...

Letter: ‘Those who remain silent in the face of injustice become collaborators’

Dear Editor, President Trump calls Haiti a 'SHITHOLE" country. Does he know that America's trade with Haiti generates about $US300M annually in surplus for...

Letter: A wish list for the 2018

Dear Editor, If The Caribbean Voice (TCV) were to present a pragmatic wish list for the year 2018, elimination of the law criminalizing attempted suicide...

LETTER: Crime situation becoming unbearable

Dear Editor, Within recent times there are constant reports from every section of the media on daily armed robberies, home invasions, carjacking and wanton lawlessness....

Recent Articles

UG introduces refrigerant management course

The University of Guyana (UG) today launched a refrigerant management and equipment presentation course that teaches new and emerging technologies to replace chemicals that...

Kitty Roundabout nearing completion

The Kitty Roundabout is about a month away from completion. This is according to Senior Engineer at the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Sherod Parkinson. “We’re...

45 indigenous communities to be titled, demarcated

The Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs has successfully completed the investigations for 45 hinterland communities identified for land titling and demarcation. This was confirmed...

Vessel seized with smuggled fuel to pay $36M in taxes- GRA

A shipping vessel which was discovered with over 200,000 gallons of suspected smuggled fuel during last week will have to pay some $36 million...

GRA to Private Sector: ‘Show me the evidence’

The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) has distanced itself from a decision to implement Value Added Tax (VAT) on exports and is challenging private sector...

Letter: IAC congratulates CIOG’s newly elected President

Dear Editor, The Indian Action Committee (IAC) wishes to extend congratulations to the newly elected President of the Central Islamic Organization of Guyana (CIOG),...

PPP intends to challenge DPP in High Court over discontinued charges

The Director of Public Prosecution’s (DPP's) decision to discontinue the charges filed by the Opposition People's Progressive Party (PPP) against sitting Government Ministers Volda...

Men in public row charged for resisting, obstructing arrest

Two men appeared before Chief Magistrate, Ann McLennan on Tuesday and admitted to resisting and obstructing arrest. Twenty one-year-old Aubrey Hunch of King Edward Street,...

US senators introduce social media privacy bill

WASHINGTON, United States (AFP) — Two US senators, one Democrat and one Republican, introduced legislation Tuesday aimed at better protecting online privacy in response...

IPL: Rashid and Kaul sink Mumbai in chase of 119

Sunrisers Hyderabad 118 (Williamson 29, Yusuf 29, Markande 2-15) beat Mumbai Indians 87 (Suryakumar 34, Kaul 3-23, Rashid 2-11) by 31 runs Defending 118 -...