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Sunday, December 5, 2021

Letter: Granger, Lawrence not fooling any true PNCR member

Dear Editor, David Granger and Volda Lawrence are not fooling anyone with their call for party unity and reconciliation. They are both playing a dangerous political...

Open letter to the Ministers of Housing and Water

This open letter from the Women and Gender Equality Commission is addressed to Ministers Collin Croal and Susan Rodrigues, who have responsibility for Housing...

Letter: Renaming Middle Street after Mahatma Gandhi

Dear Editor, I have noticed the letters expressing disapproval of the proposal to rename Middle Street after Mahatma Gandhi. While it is not a nice...

Letter: Taking the word of the Police over those of dishonest detractors

Dear Editor, Like every other law enforcement organisation, the Guyana Police Force may have its flaws, but when it comes to its investigation of the...

Letter: Investigate Opposition ties to Brickdam fire

Dear Editor, I have read with fascinating interest the news, both on social media and traditional media, that cover the fire that occurred days ago...

Letter: Call made by Harmon for Minister Benn to resign has no basis

Dear Editor, It comes as no surprise that following the recent fire which destroyed the Brickdam Police Station, the Leader of the Opposition, Joseph Harmon,...

Letter: Guyana’s role in the world will be shaped by oil, not wishful thinking

Dear Editor, I write to respond to Mr Jamil Changlee’s letter published recently, wherein he argued for Guyana to sit down with the UN Security...

Letter: Suicide: not a personal tragedy, but a societal problem

Dear Editor, The report that a young woman, Ashana Sikandar, 21, of Number 71 Village Corentyne, Berbice, died by suicide in the room shared by...

Letter: We are just putting an entire nation at risk

Dear Editor, Let me begin by commending the Government of Guyana and the Minister of Health for their efforts thus far in managing the COVID-19...

Letter: A pandemic of robberies

Dear Editor, There is another pandemic, and it is bourgeoning on our shoreline. I am speaking of the pandemic of robberies. Well, frankly speaking, it is...

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VP of Ghana arrives for 3-day visit

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2 Reserve Officers are first females to compete paratroopers course

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