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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

LETTER: Something amiss regarding the licensing of health facilities in Guyana

Dear Editor: How many health care facilities in Guyana are presently licensed? To my amazement, I discovered that only two healthcare facilities in Guyana operate...

Letters: A case of too little too late

Dear Editor, An announcement on Friday November 2nd , 2018 by the Regional Executive Officer (ag) , and former RDC chairman, Mr. Knights, of RDC...

LETTER: President challenges “Dead Meat” AFC to show electoral worth at upcoming LGE

President David Grange, leader of PNC and APNU enjoys a wise decision on separate local government election for the AFC. This is a challenge...

Letter: Special Audit needed for works done on select roads

Dear Editor, Guyanese must benefit when their tax dollars are being expended. There must be value for money. While meeting the public at the Office...

Letter: Jordan’s propaganda cannot fool sugar workers

Dear Editor, The Guyana Agricultural and General Workers (GAWU) saw in the October 18 dailies a full page advertisement by the Ministry of Finance informing...

LETTER: Rushed and poorly prepared cases by SOCU are being directed by a political...

Dear Editor, My attention was drawn to an article published in a section of the media on October 3, 2018, headlined “Too much time being...

LETTER: President Granger should seek to engage communities affected by the closure of sugar...

From reports appearing in several sections of the media, our Union, and more so thousands of jobless sugar workers, learnt that President David Granger...

Letter: Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration: Principles and Practice

Dear Editor, In the field of industrial relations, effective means of settlement of labour disputes have evolved through third party interventions, namely conciliation/mediation, adjudication by...

Letters: Government sugar policy not clear at all

Dear Editor, As the GAWU is finalizing its preparations for its one-day conference entitled “Sugar – too big to fail” on September 04, 2018, our...

Letter: The Guyana Amazon Warriors have contributed so much to our national development

Dear Editor, After being at Providence , I wish to point out the seminal contribution the Guyana Amazon Warriors are making to our national development. First...

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Suspect in Eccles execution-style killing arrested in private hospital

One of the alleged perpetrators who shot and killed a young father execution-style on Tuesday night in the vicinity of the two Brothers Service...

No-confidence cases: Submissions filed in the High Court

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Letter: If GECOM cannot cope then the staff should be replaced

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