Is Stabroek News changing its reason?

Dear Editor, It seems that every time that Mr David de Caires, Editor-in-Chief of the Stabroek News seeks to reinforce his claim that the reduction of advertisements in his newspaper was due to a political decision, the claim becomes weaker and weaker.

Two months after my wife’s murder I have not been asked for a statement

Dear Editor, In the January 17, 2006 Kaieteur News article titled “Police presence likely on the streets until World Cup” the Guyana Police Force is reported as saying that since the heightened patrol began on November 15, there was a significant decline in murder, armed robberies statistics etc.

Is this the way a school should be handed over?

Dear Editor, The newly built Pine Street Nursery School located in Industrial Area Linden is closely surrounded by bush which needs to be properly cleared, making the school less hidden and more in clear view.

What is expected of Shri Prakash Gossai?

Dear Editor, While one must agree with Parvati Persaud-Edwards’s aspiration to reach the realms of humanity of Martin Luther King and Mahatma Gandhi- (her letter “Shri Prakash Gossai can make a contribution” [07.01.25]) two weaknesses in her argumentation should be noticed.

Internet services should be zero rated

Dear Editor, It was rather unfortunate that Internet services were not among the most recent zero- rated items approved by the government.

People shamefully abandon their pets

Dear Editor, Once upon a time in Guyana people intermingled with animals mostly domestic dogs and cats that became part of the family.

The USA must vote for builders not wreckers

Dear Editor, Watching the CBS news recently and seeing how Toyota is out-selling American cars and how Japanese vehicles and other domestic machines are more in demand I have come to realize that in 1945 when the USA bombed Japan with weapons of mass destruction Japan lost the military war.

Regional Councillors should be paid so they can do their jobs properly

Dear Editor, Those councillors who are selected to serve on the Regional Democratic Councils in different regions on behalf of their political party are expected to attend every Regional Democratic Council meeting in their respective regions to discuss the economic development of their region, and to ensure that things are implemented in accordance with the demand.

Anti-litter campaign to start February 1

Dear Editor, Who wants to look at dirty roads, parapets, and canals? Roads are covered in fast food wrappers, plastics, empty soda cans and other litter.

Unethical to use photocopies of Handbook

Dear Editor, I wish to comment on the ‘bridge financing’ arrangement between (a) The Casique and Buddy’s Hotels on one hand and (b) the Government of Guyana on the other hand.

Some questions about the hotels at Providence

Dear Editor, I wish to comment on the ‘bridge financing’ arrangement between (a) The Casique and Buddy’s Hotels on one hand and (b) the Government of Guyana on the other hand.

More Notaries needed in region 2

Dear Editor, More appointments for Notaries Public are urgently needed in Region #2 which stretches from Pomeroon to Supenaam with a population of some ten thousand residents.