Sports Letter

Dear Editor, The West Indies Cricket team’s performance in South Africa is indeed refreshing and exciting.


Dear Editor, I fully support the view of Vishnu Bisram that Eusi Kwayana should be awarded Guyana highest honour.

We are willing to proceed against this cartman

Dear Editor, Mr Cullen Bess-Nelson, the photographer who took the front page picture (Sunday Chronicle, January 13, 2008) of the horse straining to pull the overweight cart could have: i.

Many efforts to develop football have been stymied

Dear Editor, It is with much concern that I am compelled to write on some grossly inaccurate information coming from Mr Donald Duff in his Sports Comment in the Saturday 12th January, ’08 edition of Stabroek News.

A conflicting message to consumers

Dear Editor, In the latter part of 2007, Dr. Ramsammy boldly announced that Guyanese were consuming alcohol in epidemic proportions and vowed to take steps to curb the crisis.

Cellular services can be used in some interior areas

Dear Editor, In relation to the pending negotiations between the Government of Guyana (GOG) and GT&T over the terms of GT&T’s future operations in Guyana it should be noted that cellular service can be used to help increase telephone penetration in Guyana, especially in those interior areas where population is sparse and where running wired telephone lines is very expensive on a per capita basis.

A welcome union tribute from Prime Minister Spencer

Dear Editor, It was extremely refreshing to hear the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, the Honourable Baldwin Spencer in opening the 5th Triennial Delegates Conference, paying a well earned tribute to the Guyana Labour Union.

Ms Margaret Lawrence is the team leader

Dear Editor, I refer to your story published on Wednesday, January 16, 2008, concerning the transition of ‘Merundoi’ into an NGO[].

My son was senselessly murdered by a school dropout

Dear Editor, On Friday September 21, 2007 my son Delwin Dexter Mc Queen of Lot 58 Howes Street Charlestown, aged fourteen now deceased was dressed in white and green, the uniform of South Ruimveldt Secondary.

This child abuse case should not be settled

Dear Editor, Tears came to my eyes when I read the story “Berbice police trying to “settle” child beating case-lawyer” in your edition of January 16, 2008.