Dear Editor, In reference to an article carried by the Kaieteur News on Wednesday 9th April titled “GuySuCo Directors flirt with GuySuCo $$ millions”, the Board of Directors of GuySuCo wishes to make the following statement .
Dear Editor, Thank you for publishing my letter captioned “The Ministry must take the outbreak of dengue seriously” (08 .
Dear Editor, It was a pleasant surprise when I checked your website and experienced your new design for the first time .
Dear Editor, I refer to the letter by Carl Veecock captioned “Paul Harris’s comments on his cartoons were clear and informative” (08 .
Dear Editor, I opened your newspapers and was greeted with the welcome news of government advertising once again in your newspaper .
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Dear Editor, I have noticed how quickly the massacres at Lusignan and Bartica have dropped out of the news .
Dear Editor, While reading your Wednesday, April 9th edition, I came across the headline, “Driver denies causing death of motorcyclist” .
Dear Editor, Rupert Williams, 53, of Burn Bush Dam, East Canje, has been bed- ridden for the past 2 years suffering with aches and pains to his upper body, and has been rapidly pining away .
Dear Editor, Whenever there is some new development in the hinterland the headline reads Amerindians now have access to whatever, whether it be water or electricity .
Dear Editor,I make reference to the Stabroek Business editorial of Friday April 4, 2008, captioned “Probing GPL”, the cartoon of the same day and the several reports on the matter of the Guyana Power and Light (GPL) .
Dear Editor, I refer to a letter by Mr Malcolm Alli captioned “I replaced Lawrence Charles as the project engineer for the east coast sea defences” (08 .
Dear Editor, I know a thing or two about helicopters but US$750,000 (G$150M) for a used, 20-year-old heli-copter with 10,000 flying hours beats all .
Dear Editor, I refer to your editorial of April 4 captioned “Newspapers and the blogosphere” .
Dear Editor, We have just received the sudden and shocking news of the death of E .
Dear Editor, I am not only encouraged but it is a pleasure to respond to the letters by Mr Leon Suseran captioned “Plan a trip to the Rupununi you won’t regret it” (08 .
Dear Editor, The much anticipated report into allegations of torture, committed by members of the Guyana Defence Force on citizens is soon to be made public, according to Secretary to the Defence Board, Roger Luncheon .
Dear Editor, I had the opportunity to read the Guyana Police Force web page at http://www .
Dear Editor, Yesterday’s story about the low pass rate of 17% for the entrance exams of the GDF should have caused some raised eyebrows but on reflection I asked myself the following questions .
Dear Editor, Lowell was perhaps rather perceptive when he observed “Truth forever on the scaffold, wrong forever on the throne” .
Dear Editor, Unless we are fair in observing and remarking on the pattern of violence in Guyana, or anywhere for that matter, we shall make little progress .
Dear Editor, Your editorial of Monday, April 7, 2008, captioned “Walk-out” adverted to the stalemate which led to the Opposition Parties’ recent walk-out from Parliament, and discussed the justification therefor .
Dear Editor, It is perhaps useful to continue the commentary on global warming .
Dear Editor, I see (S/N April 5 –Pg 12) that there has been an increase in reported cases of dengue fever in the region and that we are advised by the Ministry of Health to take the necessary precautions .
Dear Editor, In purchasing two dino-saurs, Dr Luncheon disagreed with the opinion of Mr Gouveia, noting that the administration had sought the advice of Lex Barker from Instant Security Service .
Dear Editor, I cannot understand the statements that our president makes sometimes… I do commend Captain Gerry Gouveia for his outspoken com-ments/criticism of the recently purchased Bell 206 helicopters .
Dear Editor, I refer to Mr Allsopp’s letter captioned “If the pattern of erosion is studied it is possible to predict where it will occur and plan maintenance accordingly” (08 .
Dear Editor, Mr Prem Misir in the Chronicle assails us with statistics and figures in his quest to challenge those who accuse the PPP administration of marginalization along ethnic lines .
Dear Editor, The recent heinous acts committed by bands of terrorists have not only stunned the nation but also exposed what harm an ineffective and lax security apparatus can do to a country .
Dear Editor, Please forgive the late commentary, but it is only now that I have been able to re-read the article in the latest issue of the Guyana Review on the cartoons of Paul Harris .
In a letter by Philip Allsopp in our Sunday paper captioned “If the pattern of erosion is studied it is possible to predict where it will occur and plan maintenance accordingly” the following passage occurs:“It is wrong to state that the cycle of erosion is now starting – it has been going on as long as the Amazon discharged mud into the Atlantic, and it is wrong to state that the cycle is 40 years – it is closer to 38 years” .
Dear Editor, The flame of the “Olympic torch” was snuffed out in Paris and zealous protesters in other countries and cities are awaiting their turn to rebuke the Chinese administration (unless the International Olympic Committee cancels the relay) .
Dear Editor, One is particularly disappointed in the presentation published in the Sunday Chronicle of March 30, 2008, titled: Where is Marginali-sation?The simplistic submission offered, in an attempt to debunk the perception, and indeed the assertion, of the marginalisation of what are described as ‘Africans’ (and ‘Others’) vis a vis ‘Indians’ was extremely disappointing .
Dear Editor, It has been more than a week since elections were held in Zimbabwe and the people still don’t know the outcome giving the impression that the dictator Robert Mugabe plans to change the result which by all accounts show he was handily defeated .
Dear Editor, Sunday marked the fourth day since residents of Cumberland and Canefield in East Canje have not been getting a supply of potable water .
Dear Editor, I am so happy that Gerry Gouveia is bringing the helicopter issue to the forefront .
Dear Editor, While not attempting to join the healthy verbal exchange between a senior member of the government and a senior aviator on the suitability of the Bell 206 helicopters just bought by the administration, I wish to point out the principal strengths and weaknesses of the decision as a learning point as we move forward .