Dear Editor,Congratulations to everyone belonging to the female class of the human species .
Dear Editor,The Guyana Defence Force notes an article published in the Wednesday, March 5 edition of the Stabroek News which reportedly quoted Lt Colonel (rtd) George Gomes, making comments on the workings of its Force Welfare Fund (FWF) .
Dear Editor,I read with great concern a report in the local media that the Council of Legal Education (CLE) will not automatically place 25 UG Bachelor of Law (LLB) students at the Hugh Wooding Law School .
Dear Editor,I was very humbled and privileged to chair a talk by Walter Rodney’s widow, Dr Patricia Rodney, at the Embassy of Guyana in Beijing last September on his rich legacy .
Dear Editor,Rev Gideon Cecil must be astute enough to recognize nepotism when he sees it (‘The Caribbean Press must be commended,’ SN, March 6) .
Dear Editor,Your news item in the Wednesday, March 5 edition, ‘Freed accomplice was 13 during Lusignan massacre –sources,’ has failed to capture some angles in the saga of Dwane Williams, the youth who confessed to being present at the Lusignan, Lindo Creek and Bartica massacres .
Dear Editor,It is with consternation that I read of little Andy whose body was found in Foulis, and the 48 children found not attending school in the Sophia area .
Dear Editor,I read your reprint of the report in the Trinidad Express of Mr Nicholas Seucharran’s ultimate act of selflessness but could not understand your belittling enclosure of the word hero in inverted commas .
Dear Editor,As a student of Zeeburg Secondary School I am ashamed of my home away from home .
Dear Editor,I have been following the Lamaha Gardens playground sale and for reference reproduce the contents of the tender notice placed in the Guyana Chronicle on November 16, 2012 below .
Will Bisram provide his findings concerning the 20% of voters who vanished from the electoral landscape in 2006
Dear Editor,I am not going to rehash some of the pervasive concerns with Vishnu Bisram and the cloud of suspicion, manipulation, bias and tampering that perpetually hangs over his ‘polls’ with respect to sample size, sample manipulation, demographic errors, selective sampling, improper poll questions and the like .
Dear Editor,The Reverend Gideon Cecil’s evasive and at times outright false missive (‘The Caribbean Press should be commended for its willingness to publish young writers,’ SN, March 6) is yet another example of the embarrassing lengths to which the Ministry of Culture is willing to go to distract attention from issues of accountability affecting the Caribbean PressI’m going to ignore the red herring commentaries on the quality of my prize-winning work, as well as his adoption of Dr David Dabydeen’s discredited argument that my interrogation of the press is some elaborate extortion mechanism, and deal instead with his claims relevant to the issues at hand .
Dear Editor,This February, the AKWAABA Centre of the African Cultural and Development Association (ACDA) was a hive of cultural and economic activity for the celebration of African History Month .
Dear Editor,I am quite surprised that such a trivial matter, involving the use of an ATV by a youngster during a recent cricket match at the Enmore Community Centre was publicized in your letter column (‘Save the Enmore Community Centre from these obnoxious individuals,’ SN, February 25) .
Dear Editor,On Monday, February 24, a daughter of Guyana’s soil, stalwart of the Christian faith and missionary from Georgetown to Akawini in the Pomeroon died at the golden age of 87 years .
Dear Editor,I wish to join the Attorney-General in condemning those members of the Bar who photocopy the law reports rather than buy same; a rather ironic state of affairs given recent government policy .
Dear Editor,While Guyanese are clamouring for an unbiased and fearless judiciary, a brilliant jurist from the Co-operative Republic is dispensing fearless justice in the Central American country of Belize .
Dear Editor,I was extremely inspired by Mr Laurie Greenidge’s poignant, but refreshing letter ‘Independent living’ which was published in the March 1 edition of the Stabroek News .
Dear Editor,One comment, among others, sharply stands out in Mr Eusi Kwayana’s missive ‘Why can’t the opposition get the benefit of proportional representation in the cabinet?’ (SN, Mar 5) that needs amplification .
Dear Editor,I see that Ruel Johnson, who has an unhealthy obsession with the Carib-bean Press, has written a letter to SN criticising me yet again .
Dear Editor,On Tuesday March 3, the hire car in which I was travelling entered a deep pothole in the vicinity of La Grange, West Bank Demerara .
Dear Editor,I was not surprised when I read KN of February 22, under the caption ‘Essequibo Coast set for power outage as engine goes for maintenance .
Dear Editor,I still cannot believe that Guyanese are this slow and thick in the head .
Dear Editor,I do concur with most of what was published in the letter under the heading ‘Mashramani is destroying the moral fabric of our society’ (SN, March 3) .
Dear Editor,Dr Walter Rodney died 33 years ago, and from then to now despite an inquest and inquiry there has been no conclusive evidence to clear up misconceptions and assumptions relative to the factors which contributed to his death .
Dear Editor,Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI), the nation’s supplier of water and sanitation services, wishes to respond to the Stabroek News editorial Thursday, February 27, titled ‘Water, water everywhere .
Dear Editor,With respect to a letter to the editor by Mr Ganesh Mahipaul which was published in the Stabroek News of February 20, 2014, under the caption ‘Does a police officer need a valid driver’s licence to drive on the country’s roads?’ the Guyana Police Force would like to clarify that under the law no person is permitted to drive any motor vehicle on a road unless he/she is the holder of a valid driver’s licence .
Dear Editor,We have all seen how ready the National Assembly was to mandate conditions for restoring the government subvention to Critchlow Labour College, a subvention denied by the PPP government since 2007 .
Dear Editor,The recent swirl of opinions in the media over the use of pesticide and fertilizer usage on Rupununi mega-farm highlights the fact that there is widespread misunderstanding because of the impact it could have on the environment .
Dear Editor,If one should research and visit the archive of Stabroek News letters to the editor, one can read that from 2012 to date just about eight letters were written to the editor and published by this newspaper regarding a large stinking chicken pen in Chateau Margot .
Dear Editor,The PPP desperately tries to present itself as the voice of the poor and the working class .
Dear Editor,A very interesting letter in the Stabroek News of Jan 31, 2014 under the caption ‘Members of parliament should give up their salaries for six months and live on $35,000 a month’ endorsed by 12 persons caught my attention .
Dear Editor,“What’s so disappointing is that the two major ethnicities in Guyana have far more in common than there are differences .
Dear Editor,I would like to send a message to all employers who may be having problems with their employees in that they feel these are not contributing enough to their business .
Dear Editor,I have noted some false and misleading information stated in the editorial captioned ‘It is a question of enforcement’ published on Sunday March 2, 2014 in Kaieteur News .
Dear Editor,In an atmosphere of ongoing drug-related revelations, many Guyanese politicians, academics and other observers have said that our country is on the way to becoming a narco-state; the idea is alarming, so the merits are worth examining in some detail .
Dear Editor,I refer to my letter which was published by both the Stabroek News and the Kaieteur News on Saturday, March 1 .