Dear Editor, I wish to commend citizen, PPP/C MP Dr. Frank Anthony for his letter, `Urgent steps must be taken by gov’t to preserve Amerindian languages’.
Dear Editor, Please permit me to inform and update citizens of the plight of vendors following the special meeting held by the city council on Monday, September 17, 2018 on the decision to relocate stall holders plying their trade at the Stabroek Market Wharf to a portion of reserve west of the Parliament Building.
Dear Editor, It is heartbreaking to read the news on the use of illegal drugs among our children.
Dear Editor, With cunning strategies, the minibus union and the Ministry responsible devised a method to fool the commuters with empty promises and with brutal bullyism.
In ancient times, long before the inventions of the railroad and the field of telecommunications, messages were relayed by the age old tradition of professional running messengers.
Dear Editor, Once again, a traffic fatality focuses the spotlight on the reality of what passes for law and justice in Guyana.
Dear Editor, It is with much dismay I pen this correspondence. I have been involved in the environmental monitoring of construction projects for the past 15 years and much hasn’t changed in the way projects are executed.
Dear Editor, I am writing this letter and trusting that it will be published in your newspaper for I am utterly disgusted with articles written on stories coming out of the Agency and this week-end was the proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back.
Dear Editor, I read in the last Sunday Stabroek that Dr. Mark Bynoe, Head of the Department of Energy, has said that his first task is to find an international company to assist the GRA and the Auditor General to examine the oil companies’ costs submissions.
Dear Editor, I was impressed with the alacrity with which the Guyana Bar Association sought to defend by implication the expletive laden rant by Berbician Attorney-at-Law Ryan Crawford when he was stopped by a policeman recently.
The trajectory of the industrial relations dispute between government and the Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU) now appears imprisoned in a familiar pattern of uncertainty and suspicion (some may even say bad faith) with each side striving to avoid being outflanked, this, as the increasingly coarse texture of the engagement appears to push the issue further away from an amicable resolution.
Dear Editor, Kindly allow me some space in your newspaper for this letter.
Dear Editor, The Director of the Child Care and Protection Agency, Ann Greene, is correct in asserting that it is not fair on children to be left in an institution indefinitely by their parents `Distraught mom seeks to be reunited with sons adopted, taken to US’ (Sunday Stabroek September 16).
Dear Editor, A letter in yesterday’s edition of Kaieteur News headlined ‘A vigorous investigation is also needed into mismanagement, overspending at DPI’ written by ‘Loyal but frustrated DPI Staffers’ has been brought to my attention.
Dear Editor, I refer to my ancestral brother’s response to my letter which addressed his bold claims and accusations.
Dear Editor, I note that the Guyana Water Inc. (GWI) has been publishing a series of advertisements indicating that the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has approved changes in rates with effect from October 01, 2018.
Dear Editor, The Evergreen Nature Study Club was established in September 1997, Georgetown, and soon taken to Secondary and Primary Schools in other parts of the country with the aim of awakening the curiosity of the human mind emphasizing on natural science, geography, research techniques and tourism habits.
Dear Editor, While at Secondary School when it was cricket season we would get half days so we could go and enjoy watching the great West Indian team play at the famous Bourda Ground in Georgetown.
Dear Editor, Guyanese do not have to watch television, or follow the tweeting flurries, or go to the expense of an American Airlines flight to the U.S.
Dear Editor, I read some articles about the recent APNU primaries in Linden and I wasn’t shocked to see some councillors were rejected by their constituency.
Dear Editor, A perusal of the letter columns in the major newspapers indicate a majority of male letter writers.
In February this year, the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) sent a letter to the United Nations Resident Coordinator in Guyana requesting UN electoral assistance for the 2018 local government and 2020 general elections.
Dear Editor, My fellow Alumnus of the University of Guyana, now residing in the UK, Dr.
Dear Editor, Even as the World Health Organization (WHO) reports that in 2016 alone, more than 3.3M people died around the world because of alcohol-use, the Ministry of Public Health in Guyana appears to have no strategy to deal with the rising alcohol-use problem in Guyana.
Dear Editor, There has been a farcical entrapment of the Government of Guyana into being liable for Pre-Contract Costs, costs that under normal conditions are wholly the responsibility of the Contractor Partners in the 2016 Production Sharing Agreement re: Exxon, Hess and Nexen.
Dear Editor, I write to raise a few points that must be raised on the question of how someone who was sanctioned multiple times ended up as a corruption investigator at the Special Organised Crimes Unit.
Dear Editor, I saw on Facebook a lawyer using profane language to a police officer.
We have a habit of describing Guyana as multicultural – which it is.
Dear Editor, We read from Stabroek News on Friday the news alert that `China envoy in meeting with Ramjattan on security of Chinese community’.
Dear Editor, The Ministry of Natural Resources would like to respond to recent comments on the Development Plan for Liza Phase 1 which appear to raise inadvertently or otherwise, the spectre of some sinister motive or corruption in the decision making process.
Dear Editor, In 1995, President Cheddi Jagan designated September as Amerindian Heritage Month.
Dear Editor, I refer to three letters in the Stabroek News. The first letter on September 11th from Mr.
Dear Editor, I waited so long, endured so much frustration, pain and anxiety, but when the moment came that I had been waiting and working toward for nearly a decade finally arrived in April to fulfill my Guyanese dream of building a house in Guyana, it was not what I expected.
Dear Editor, It was a sad day for those who love to research and admire artefacts, documents and artworks to witness it reduced to ashes on September 2 at the National Museum of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro.
Dear Editor, How can workers’ right to severance be deemed as ‘haemorrhaging’ the State and ‘sucked funds from other programmes’?
When Canada patriated its Constitution in 1981, Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau struck a compromise with wary Quebec nationalists by including a “notwithstanding clause” within the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Dear Editor, Presently we import all of our refined petroleum products from crude oil such as motor gasoline, diesel, kerosene, fuel oil, jet fuel ,avgas, lubricants and bitumen.
Dear Editor, On cable TV there is an ad: The words, the inflection!!
Dear Editor, The world has lost another of its truly outstanding servants with a passion for dedicated service to the cause of freedom, peace and development.
Dear Editor, Today I am sad. Very sad. Today, the 14th September, would have been my brother’s thirty-fifth birthday.
Dear Editor, Sugar workers whose jobs were mercilessly ripped from them by APNU+AFC are legally entitled to their severance payments, having earned it by sweat and blood, none of them are asking for a handout, only what they are legally entitled to.
World Suicide Prevention Day was observed on Monday, September 10, 2018 and the attention was drawn once again to mental health issues in Guyana, as we are wont to give only periodic bursts of attention to such critical matters.
Dear Editor, Despite an avalanche of requests from the press during the course of last week, while the Council of Legal Education (CLE) was in Guyana deliberating on the question of a local law school, I intentionally remained silent.
Dear Editor, I join hands with Lal Balkaran (`Urgent need for biographies of our hidden heroes’- SN 9/9/18) in lamenting the fact that we sorely lack a repertoire of biographical tales of the great luminaries and the best and brightest of Guyana who have contributed towards our historical development as a people.