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Sunday, December 5, 2021

Letter: Leaders have to remember they are there to serve the people

Dear Editor, Please permit me the space to express some vexing views that may upset some but it has to be said.  This is regarding...

Letter: They are either Ministers or students

Dear Editor, President David Granger is reported on in the State Media as saying “there is nothing corrupt about the granting of scholarships to ministers...

Letter: ‘Crab in a barrel mentality’ now applicable to AFC

Dear Editor, I find it very disheartening that Mr Khemraj Ramjattan, Leader of the Alliance for Change, who has condemned a third term for Opposition...

LETTER: Parliamentarian frustrated with GTT’s DSL service

  Dear Editor, We wish to bring to the attention of the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) and ask that urgent action be taken as it relates...

Letter: ‘Peace’ by eviction, ‘Goodwill’ by revocation

Dear Editor, On February 1, 2014, Mr Eusi Kwayana wrote in a letter titled, “It is now open for us to conclude that the Committee...

Letter: Basil Williams has again misadvised Granger

Dear Editor, Since May 2015, upon the coming to Office of the Granger administration, they have done a very good job making ordinary people not...

Letter: Amaila is another APNU/AFC scandal, they continue to fib

Dear Editor, Truth is truth. When you deliberately twist the truth to misrepresent it, it is lying. I use the word FIB in the title...

Letter: Many drivers simple do not understand how to use the roads

On December 11 this year, it will be seven years since we lost our dear friend and sister Dr Desrey Caesar-Fox in a terrible...

Letter: Sustained shortages of medicines in health sector terrifying

Dear Editor, In spite of the billions allocated for medicines and medical supplies in the 2017 budget, there is little hope that shortages of medicines...

Letter: Uncertainty about BV / Triumph road reconstruction should be addressed

Dear Editor , In the BV/Triumph area, Surat Drive Road running southward from the East Coast Public road  is being reconstructed as it is...

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