Dear Editor,I read with passing interest the September 4 Kaieteur News article, ‘Ramroop internet company launches hi-speed service without telecoms licence .
Dear Editor,As Guyana once again celebrates Amerindian Heritage month please allow me to share my views on the state of our Amerindian brothers and sisters today .
Dear Editor,Harvesting of the present rice crop has commenced in Region Two where farmers are making full use of the sunny weather .
Dear Editor,That Guyanese blindly vote along racial lines is a sad historical fact .
Dear Editor,There is much talk among Guyanese about today’s voting, about whether Guyanese would come out to vote and who they should vote for given that few politicians pay attention to the Guyanese community .
Mr Granger did not use the opportunity to ask searching and relevant questions of the Chinese Ambassador
Dear Editor,When persons wear several hats simultaneously they not only confuse others but themselves as well .
Implementing the parliamentary motion to remove the barriers around the National Assembly lies in the hands of the opposition
Dear Editor,The motion piloted by MP Desmond Trotman and passed in 2013 demanding the removal of the barriers placed around the National Assembly and that persons be allowed the right to petition parliament with their placards, is yet to be enforced .
Dear Editor,I refer to Mr Sohan’s recent letter in SN on the eight-door sluice and note that it is normal for the owner (NDIA) to purchase the steel gates ahead of tender and give same to the contractor for installation when construction starts .
Dear Editor,Recently I visited Guyana, the country of my birth and I applied for and was granted my new plastic driver’s licence (DL) from the Guyana Revenue Authority .
Dear Editor,In 1970 when Victor Ramraj, a Guyanese, began teaching in the Department of English, at the University of Calgary in Canada, I began my teaching career in the Department of English at York University in Toronto .
Dear Editor,We are all aware of the various issues affecting us in Region 9 in our daily lives .
Gov’t should set aside a revolving fund of $15B to lend millers at a rate of 2% to pay farmers promptly for their paddy
Dear Editor,The issue of the late or delayed payment to farmers has its genesis in the earlier days of the rice industry .
Elections in the air but no real talk about how to free Guyana from the shackles of ethnic and social insecurity
Dear Editor,The imminent debate on the no-confidence motion against the government tabled in the Parliament by the Alliance for Change (AFC) has thrown Guyana into General Election mode .
Dear Editor,Speed humps are useful in situations where it is intended that road users must slow down in order to ensure caution at intersections or where there may be schools or other places considered necessary for such installations .
Dear Editor, It seems as if the immigration officers in the region have little or no regard for the Treaty of Chaguaramas and the recent decision by the Caribbean Court of Justice in the Shanique Myrie case, when a law student from Guyana was denied entry into Trinidad and Tobago to pursue studies at the Hugh Wooding Law School (HWLS)I read with great concern how the law student was humiliated at the Piarco Airport and was denied entry because there was no proof that she was a student of the HWLS or that she was eligible to be admitted as a student .
Dear Editor, On Thursday, September 4, both Stabroek News and Kaieteur News exposed the carelessness of animal traders in their article on the discovery of 20 red and green macaws, one capybara, one very young tapir and one very young puma on the road from the South Rupununi .
Dear Editor,This is 2014 and the University of Guyana still cannot get its act together .
Dear Editor,Please refer to a letter which appeared in your Stabroek News issue of Wednesday September 3, by Chairman Chu Wenze captioned ‘Baishanlin recognizes it has a responsibility to the Guyanese people .
Dear Editor,I would like to clarify some of the issues raised in the sensationally written article published by Kaieteur News on September 4 regarding the circumstances surrounding iNet Communications Inc .
Dear Editor,In the interest of effective governance, I have always supported Opposition Leader David Granger’s calls for inclusionary democracy; the present winner-take-all system has been a total failure .
Dear Editor,We read in another national publication with interest and dismay that the “Home Affairs Ministry wishes to report that a total of 255 animals were impounded during the month of August in pounds in A, B, C and D Police Divisions .
Dear Editor,It has been the practice for a long time for some vehicle owners to tint the lights, not the headlights, of their vehicles .
Dear Editor,The Essequibo Cricket Board is made up of eight area committees, namely, Bartica, Leguan, Wakenaam, Pomeroon, East Bank, South, Central and North Essequibo .
Dear Editor,I am writing to you with regard to your latest editorial ‘Struggle over Ukraine continues’ published on September 3, 2014 .
The EU has worked relentlessly to achieve a solution to the Ukraine crisis which respects its territorial integrity and independence
Dear Editor,Please allow us the opportunity to inform your readers of the European Union’s actions towards finding a comprehensive solution to the ongoing crisis affecting our neighbour and partner, Ukraine .
Dear Editor,The Demerara Cricket Board wishes to urge the newly installed regional Windies selectors to revisit the situation regarding Shivnarine Chanderpaul’s continued omission from our Regional One Day team .
Dear Editor,It is quite the ‘in’ thing these days for persons to align themselves in some manner with Pope Francis .
The present charade represents the collective effort of all the politicians sitting in the National Assembly
Dear Editor,Through the medium of both press and electronic news, the nation is being forewarned about the possibility of a merger between the political parties .
Dear Editor,M Maxell is correct: ‘It is time for hard hitting commentaries on the Guyana condition…’ SN, August 4 .
Dear Editor,The three political parties are on record as opposing the kind of political system Speaker Ralph Ramkarran is proposing – ‘Revert to Cabinet system of government’ (SN, Sep 1); not one of them has proposed reverting to the British model of governance .
Dear Editor,The Environmental Community Health Organization (ECHO) has expressed concern about the emerging problems of e-waste in Guyana .
Dear Editor,The Guyana National Industrial Company (GNIC) announced on August 29 that it had completed under contract to the National Drainage and Irrigation Authority (NDIA) construction of eight stainless steel (SS) rectangular gates with accompanying guides for the Hope Canal Project (HCP) on the East Coast of Demerara .
Who was the superior that called off a police investigation following a report made by the Mayor et al?
Dear Editor,Last week a delegation headed by the Mayor of Georgetown made a visit to the Head of the CID, Mr Leslie James .
Dear Editor,No new constitutional arrangement, change of government, amelioration and extension of the electoral system or executive power-sharing model, will eliminate or diminish the adherence to race as a prime mobilisation and retarding force for most within our societies .
Dear Editor,Our forebears fought against enslavement and indentureship when there was no United Nations (UN) to declare human rights .
Dear Editor,Now that the curtains have come down on CPL 2014, arguably the biggest entertainment in the Caribbean sports calendar (and ‘the fat lady has sung’) it would be appropriate to attempt a critique of the team’s performance under Coach Harper and Captain Ramdin .
Dear Editor,In a move to continue the trend to have more Berbicians in the West Indies team, a popular cricket lover/administrator and attorney has announced that he will set up a foundation in Florida to realize funds to train very young cricketers .