A chilling prospect?

Dear Editor,   ‘Business Page‘ of Sunday Stabroek of August 28, 2011 can be accused of scare-mongering. In presenting a ‘business-like’ perspective of the recently laid Telecommunications Bill, the author has, for some at least, revealed a chilling prospect of the future of the ‘engine of growth’ sector of this economy.

Noise nuisance in front of police station

Dear Editor, No doubt, the indiscipline in the Police Force is encouraging indiscipline in the society. I live south of the railway embankment at Enmore and can attest to noise nuisance being committed several times in the day and night by a hatch-back car.

GWI intends to meter 100% of the nation

Dear Editor, GWI wishes to express gratitude to your publication and Ms Anthea Spencer for the comments published in the Wednesday August 31 edition of your newspaper (‘Water meters should be installed in every home to help conserve water‘).

Staff problems?

Dear Editor, Unfortunately, the department at the Guyana Public Hospital which is responsible for collecting blood samples seems to be understaffed.

Severely punish those who murder the elderly

Dear Editor, Your editorial of August 25 captioned ‘Murdering the elderly,’ posited a strategy which you implied may deter the murder of elderly persons because they won’t be living alone, but it failed to address the phenomenon of having persons in our society callous enough to commit such acts. 

Abuse was inappropriate

Dear Editor, I read with dismay the article appearing in your Sunday issue titled ‘Muhammad’s abuse misdirected,’ and I believe that the Kashif and Shanghai Orgainzation owes Stabroek News a huge apology.

Distorting history

Dear Editor, I refer to an article that was carried in your daily on August 20, titled ‘Australia overall selection after Ashes review.‘ Mr Jack Clark, Chairman of Cricket Australia, at a news conference in Melbourne outlined some of the plans for the future of Australian cricket after a seven-month full, frank and fearless review of the sport, following Australia’s 3-1 series loss to England last year at home.

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