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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Letter: Public Security & Public Service Ministries need to treat staff better

Dear Editor, Public servants are persons who choose to use their expertise to serve their nation. However, the unfortunate and glaring reality is it seems...

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: The APNU/AFC circus continues

Dear Editor: Both Ministers in the Ministry of Public Health ventured away from their air-conditioned, plush  offices on Brickdam and traveled to Region 6 last...

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: Sugar workers opposed to Govt’s plan to close estates

Dear Editor, The Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU) finds it incumbent to respond to Mr Gobin Harbhajan’s letter titled “Not doom and gloom...

LETTER: Gov’t should invest more in aviation sector as it relates to search and...

Dear Editor, General aviation is in crisis and the President needs to get the general aviation sector reviewed from top to bottom. This is no...

LETTER: Decision to put a hold on police officers’ promotions was justified

Dear Editor, All four daily newspapers, in their Wednesday, August 9, 2017 editions, carried articles on His Excellency, President David Granger’s request for the Police...

Letter: Abusers must face stiffer penalties

Dear Editor, In a recent ruling, the New Amsterdam Magistrate’s Court levied a fine of $200,000 with an alternative of one year in jail to Troyden Evans called...

LETTER: Not satisfied with Diaspora Engagement Conference

The Editor, The Guyana’s Diaspora Engagement Conference was held from 23 – 26th July 2017. It was held at The Ramada Georgetown Princess Hotel and was...

Letter: Unfair competition still persists

Dear Editor, Driving along Church Street or North Road, Georgetown, one cannot help but notice on the Merriman Mall between Cummings and Light Streets, a...

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