Dear Editor, I applied to GT & T in February 2007 for an “uninterupted transfer” (this is where you continue to pay for the service while the transfer is being processed) of my landline service 220 -3268 from lot 29 Happy Acres to Lot 5 Happy Acres, ECD .
Dear Editor, Over the past several months there was an increase of 15% in electricity tariff making the cost per KWH paid for electricity in Guyana one of the world’s most expensive .
Dear Editor, On Easter Sunday at about 8 .
Dear Editor, I would like to add some reflective notes on your editorial for Stabroek Business captioned “The Customs racket: No one is protected” (08 .
Dear Editor, The four months suspension of NCN Channel Six by the President of Guyana, Mr .
Dear Editor, The exchange on Afro-Guyanese “marginalisation” is of a particular interest at this time if only because it is one of the macabre shadows given new life in the wake of the multiple killings at Lusignan and Bartica .
Several acts of the university council have been unconstitutional, procedurally improper, unreasonable and in bad faith
Dear Editor,More than five months ago the University of Guyana community had great difficulties with actions taken by its Council, the highest decision-making body of the institution .
Dear Editor, It was good that the Chief of Staff of the GDF held a Press Conference to give the nation the perspective of the GDF on the two recently acquired helicopters .
Dear Editor, The current hullabaloo at Customs seems to have started with the Fidelity Polar beer court issue .
Dear Editor,“At the end of the small hours” .
Dear Editor,In 2005 when the licence of CN Sharma’s television CNS TV6 was suspended at the time of the flood disaster by the Prime Minister, who was then the Minister responsible for telecommunications, for what appeared to be a deliberate attempt to make the President appear contemptuous of the conditions of the flood victims, I wrote at some length endeavouring to provide information and explain what we should expect of a licensed broadcaster .
Dear Editor,The news reports coming out of Guyana with regard to the smuggling/tax evasion/bribery and overall crimes against the people of Guyana in the Polar beer scam do not surprise most observers .
Dear Editor,Permit me to respond to Minister of Home Affairs, Clement Rohee’s letter captioned “Strange advice from Mr Ogunseye” (08 .
Dear Editor,Today the world is witnessing an unprecedented decline in the production of food to feed a starving human population; instead food is being produced to feed machines .
Dear Editor,When President Jagdeo confirmed at a press briefing on Friday, February 15 last that the Administration would boost its security substantially by the procurement of helicopters, the aircraft that had been loaned to the Government by the Trinidad authorities was operating within specific locations and areas along the coast and elsewhere .
Dear Editor, I accept that good news is someone doing their duty and bad news is good media business, but it is my view that the provision of information, as a public service, must be balanced and this must be one of the objectives of the Stabroek Business .
Dear Editor, I have noted the recent corruption probe at Customs House, and I am quite surprised at the news it is generating .
Dear Editor, The matter of the closure of Channel Six TV by the President is very interesting .
Dear Editor, It has come to my attention that the latest buzz is the re-design of the Stabroek News website .
Dear Editor, I am a freelance journalist buying airtime and am the anchor on contract of News Today for CNS channel six .
Dear Editor, A few days ago, I read the letter about the slogan on the side of the minibus being an insult to women but could not make out, from the blurred picture, what the slogan was and hoped that someone would enlighten me .
Dear Editor, I support the four-month suspension of Channel Six .
Dear Editor, Stabroek News editorial on “freedom of thought and of religion,” (08 .
Dear Editor, President Bharrat Jagdeo, in his brief remarks at the swearing in ceremony of newly appointed Ministers, Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Pauline Sukhai of the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs had this to say, “ .
Dear Editor, As a background to this letter, let me reiterate that I was among the many that supported the strategic move by the PPP/C administration to put in place new leadership in the army .
Dear Editor, I disagree with your editorial of April 14 (The Channel Six Suspension”) which stated the “threat against President Jagdeo… was criminal, reprehensible and inexcusable”, a view which is even shared by Mr Sharma’s legal friends .
Dear Editor, At first glance I thought that the front page photograph of the April 16, 2008 Stabroek News issue depicting a motorcycle and its driver being hauled by a horse-cart was not newsworthy .
I’m fully qualified to offer an opinion on these helicopters, I ask the President to seek different advice
Dear Editor,The Chief of Staff levelled some serious allegations against the critics of the helicopter strategy being implemented under his command .
Dear Editor,I refer to the letter by A .
Dear Editor,In perusing your well informed editorial of Saturday April 12, 2008 styled “The blindness of absolute power”, you highlighted individuals and events who/which utilize the “give back” phenomena which seek to raise millions of dollars to help in the fight against poverty, HIV and other areas of concern across the world .
Dear Editor,I want to refer to Eric Phillips’s letter of April 12, 2008 in Kaieteur News and Walter Samuels of April 15, 2008, in Stabroek News .
Dear Editor,It is a very good deed that the UK has done by donating the radar guns to the Guyana Police Force to aid in the fight against traffic lawlessness on this country’s roadways .
Dear Editor,They were the two “scoring shots” of the century .
Dear Editor, Having no affiliation with any political party, I was shocked at the decision of the head of state in suspending the licence of CNS Channel 6 .
Dear Editor,A number of letters have been written recently on marginalization .
Dear Editor,If, in the hypothetical Republic of Tuberville in the United Socialist States of Savage the People’s Party, having newly won the first-ever free general elections with a majority massive enough to assure victory at any future elections, yet appoints all its senior workers only on term contracts, ought one to regard as reasonable the action of some of them who refuse employment, giving as their main reason not the lack of security of their personal employment but of seeming hesitancy and fear in the mind of the state for its own security of tenure; action which, in their considered opinion, does not augur well for their families’ futures? .
Dear Editor,I am happy that since a few of the pirates were caught some two weeks ago in neighbouring Suriname, the onslaughts on hard working, dedicated fishermen have ceased .