Dear Editor, I am bemused by the Junior Minister of Forestry’s remarks in last Friday’s Stabroek Business of August 12 that all is well in the timber industry, the quality of lumber produced is good and all’s well and dandy.

We should seek to reclaim our dignity

Dear Editor, My absence from home is made more bearable by the plethora of Guyana-focused online publications.  For the most part, I revel in the forthright and robust exchange of views, dreaming of a return to the land of Cheddi, Forbes, Peter and Walter.

A businessperson should construct a Personal Security Profile

Dear Editor, It is indeed heartening to see the several inputs from the various security experts including the likes of Clairmonte Featherstone who, if my memory serves me right, attended my old school, Fountain AME; Rohan Singh, Head, Presidential Guard; Alan Gates; and columnist Allan Fenty who has done yeoman service with his Crime Watch contributions.

Comparison is simplistic

Dear Editor, Hydar Ally jumps to fraudulent conclusions without close examination of the facts and without engaging in proper comparison. See his letter titled ‘The PPP and PNC are poles apart in terms of governance and performance’ (SN, August 12).

The AFC aims to lift up the downtrodden

Dear Editor, On my visit to Berbice, a member of the 600-strong crowd at the Alliance For Change (AFC) Canje meeting asked me, why a young man like you still got time for Guyana, when you can just progress your life in North America and forget about “abee these”? 

The ‘silly season’ has arrived

Dear Editor, This week there was much to talk about, and clearly the ‘silly season’ has arrived. First, from no less a source than the Office of the President we were told that “victim friendly” police stations are coming.

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