Dear Editor, Dr. Kean Gibson is known as a good many things to which we can now add professional linguist.
Dear Editor, M. Mc Allister, PNCR-1G parliamentarian in part of his presentation in the debate on the budget has attempted to float once again his party’s propaganda, that they were responsible for the improvement in the economy, repair of the infrastructure, and the debt forgiveness received since 1992, because of the so-called Economic Recovery Programme (ERP) introduced under the presidency of the late Mr Desmond Hoyte.
Dear Editor, Mr Ellis’s letters about race are anachronistic since they are dealing with a milieu of 50 years ago which has passed away.
Dear Editor, I refer to the name-withheld letter captioned “If born here you are seen as Guyanese” (SN 20/12/06) where the writer is putting forward the view that Africans who support ACDA or Indians who support the equivalent Indian organizations think of themselves as natives of Africa or India.
Dear Editor, I identify with the central theme in Mr Dennis Wiggins’s letter published in the Stabroek News and Kaieteur News on February 14 under the separate captions: “The struggle must focus on social democracy, not racial democracy” and “Guyanese should stop pursuing the falsity of racial superiority.” In his letter Mr Wiggins raised the age old question of race and class in Guyanese politics, an issue that will be with us for some time to come.
Dear Editor, There were many editorials over the past few weeks re the withdrawal of government and state entity advertising from the Stabroek News.
Dear Editor, On February 16 Kaieteur News headline read “Competition for cellular service achiev-ed, International and Landline may be next” – President.
Dear Editor, I write to salute Mr Clairmont Lye for his return of the national award, the CCH, to President Jagdeo.
Dear Editor, I have been searching for words to react to Mr Jagdeo’s flippant response, reported in your papers, to the views expressed by a former First Lady and former President, on the question of the withdrawal of Government advertisements from Stabroek News.
Dear Editor, My NIS no. is B2264943. I have made more than 800 contributions.
Dear Editor, I write to you with respect to an article written by your columnist Patrick Van Beek in the Business Page of your Friday, February, 18, 2007 edition of the Stabroek News.
Dear Editor, The idea that our senior athletes are running away with at this point in time, is that coaches in Guyana, in particular athletic coaches, are expected to create miracles.
The National Sports Commission (NSC) Annual Mashramani Table Tennis Competition will serve off with Veterans over-40, 45 and 50 matches on Sunday from 11:00 hrs at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
The East Coast Domino Association will hold a general members meeting on Sunday at its headquarters, beginning at 2pm.
Peter Abdool was elected president of the Guyana Boxing Board of Control (GBBC) when that body held its annual general meeting on Sunday at the Lions Club, Bel Air, Campbellville.
Despite her successful career in table tennis, top racket wielder Trenace Lowe is one of the many local sportspersons who are affected by the lack of sponsorship.
In a perfect world, someone with the power to stop the imminent pre-emptive military strike against Iran would find the time to pick up a little pamphlet published by the Prickly Paradigm Press and spend a few hours considering the intellectual stakes in the Great Satan’s latest confrontation with the Axis of Evil.
An East Coast youth who allegedly stole a $180,000 gold chain from a man was yesterday placed on $20,000 bail by Acting Chief Magistrate Cecil Sullivan at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court.
Even as the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) begins to reap the proceeds from the first Value Added Tax (VAT) and Excise Tax returns, businesses are still grappling with declining sales.
Vendors outside the Stabroek Market would be allowed to vend there but only until arrangements are put in place for them to be relocated, according to Local Government Minister Kellawan Lall.
After years of neglect, restoration of the 18th Century Dutch Court of Policy Hall has been completed and on Monday, a museum was opened in the building.
Three men who allegedly broke into Guyana Stores Limited (GSL) via the roof and stole a large number of items valued at over $1 million were yesterday refused bail by Magistrate Cecil Sullivan.
Justice Michael de la Bastide, President of the Caribbean Court of Justice, is scheduled to deliver the feature address at the Rotary Club of Georgetown’s gala dinner to be held this Saturday at Le Meridien Pegasus Hotel on the occasion of Rotary’s World Understanding and Peace month.
Chutney king Harresh Singh has his friend to thank for his recent win at the Mashramani Chutney final held at the Anna Regina community centre ground on Saturday night last.