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The Berbice police support noise nuisance

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Nov 21, 2017 Letters 0 Dear Editor,The noise nuisance continues unabatedly in Region Six, especially in the Upper Corentyne Area, and the Commander is busy carrying out the functions of the Environmental Protection Agency, handing out permission to a few selected persons.It has been mentioned by a letter writer (Ms Amrita Dhanai) to the press Read More

THE LOWERING OF VAT DOES NOT HELP THE CONSUMER

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Nov 21, 2017 Letters 0 Dear Editor,With the reduction of the Value Added Tax (VAT) from 16 percent to 14 percent, has the consumer benefitted? A survey done on products/items sold on the market has revealed that the expectation that the price of the product will decrease by two percent has really not materialised.Consumers continue Read More

An unfair situation- Water Crisis

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Nov 21, 2017 Letters 0 Dear Editor,We are witnessing a mere trajectory of how our beloved utility company operates. We the residents of Hand en Veldt, Mahaica, have been without potable water supply for over a decade, despite several pleas to the Previous Administration (Government and Management of the Company), nothing was ever done.With the Read More

The EPA is tolerating violations

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Nov 21, 2017 Letters 0 Dear Editor,I recently received correspondence from the Guyana Environmental Protection Agency threatening legal action against me in response to a letter I had earlier sent to a mailing list. In my letter, I stated that a certain individual is ‘on the money’.Saying that someone is on the money can be Read More

Living up to promise

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Nov 21, 2017 Letters 0 Dear Editor,I have always looked with amusement how politicians use Christmas bonuses as a social bribe for public servants. In 2015, more than 30,000 public servants benefitted from a $50,000 bonus. In 2016, they got $25,000. Though a ‘top up’ may look good, we should look at its incremental measures Read More

The USA should not lecture Cuba and Venezuela

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Nov 21, 2017 Letters 0 Dear Editor, We learnt from news agencies that the United States sets new restrictions on business ties and travel to Cuba because of matters of human rights there!What country in the world has committed more crimes against humanity and has more blood on its hands than the USA? The United Read More

Two Villages, two Presidents, two judges and the quest to legitimise injustice

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Nov 21, 2017 Letters 0 Dear Editor, The villages of Plantation Ayr No. 40 and Seafield, No. 42 on West Coast of Berbice, have been embroiled in physical and legal conflicts with fellow villagers since November 2014 when President Donald Ramotar, through the MMA/ADA, seized lands belonging to and occupied by our respective registered Co-op Read More

Democracy is not known in the PPP NDCs

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Nov 21, 2017 Letters 0 Dear Editor, I do not have a problem that the intention of the consultation process is to democratically choose the Chairpersons and Deputy Chairpersons of the Neighbourhood Democratic Councils as outlined by Mr Yusuf and I do not for a moment doubt that the consultation for his NDC was democratically Read More

City Hall continues to befuddle

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Nov 21, 2017 Letters 0 DEAR EDITOR,I note, with a wry smile, the letter from Shanta Singh in Kaieteur News (Monday, November 20, 2017) with the headline: “Something has to be wrong at City Hall.”Shanta Singh, giving explanations in each case, suggests seven instances where “something has to be wrong.” These include “the workers of Read More

State Assets Recovery Unit intensifies training

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From left: Head of the Guyana Revenue Authority, Mr. Godfrey Statia, Director of SARA, Dr. Clive Thomas and Chief Executive Officer of SARA, Mr. Aubrey Heath-Retemyer Even as the State Assets Recovery Agency (SARA) is working to recover stolen assets, which is estimated to be valued at more than US$400M, the organisation Monday morning opened Read More