Dear Editor, The announcement by Minister Trotman that the Amaila Falls Hydro Project is still on the table is most welcome.
Dear Editor, This month, May 26 to be precise, marks 52 years since Guyana attained political independence from Great Britain.
Dear Editor, In response to the article titled, `Imitation Carnival puts Guyana’s tradition at risk- Creighton’, published in SN on May 23, 2018, I’d like to offer the following critique.
Dear Editor, In a recent letter `Paraquat needs to be tightly regulated, not banned’ (SN May 20, 2018), former government minister, Dr.
Dear Editor, If life were not precious and the well-being of people something to be taken seriously, the comical, dare I say, actions of politicians would be worthy of theatrical location.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Post Office Corporation (GPOC) wishes to acknowledge Mr. Roshan Khan’s (snr.) letter published in your newspaper on May 20, 2018 and captioned, `GPOC and other institutions should get together to solve proof of address problem’.
Dear Editor, To date, for the past 24 hours, the residents and taxpayers in the Success, Chateau Margot and LBI communities are without water usually supplied by Guyana Water Inc.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Sugar Corporation Inc. (GuySuCo) is disappointed that the Kaieteur News has allowed itself to be used repeatedly by forces whose motives seem to be intended to destabilize the Corporation, bring the management into disrepute and cause irreparable damage to the business.
Dear Editor, I wrote several letters about the deplorable state of Agriculture Road last year but it seems to be falling on deaf ears and this road continues to deteriorate daily.
Dear Editor, I am most heartened by my recent visit to the National Agricultural Research and Extension Institute (NAREI) and I compliment the Ministry of Agriculture and the institute for the excellent staff and outstanding service at this institution.
Dear Editor, The newspaper report that the Private Sector Commission (PSC) is trying to encourage the political parties to take more nationalistic, less narrow politically motivated initiatives for the development of our country is indeed music to the ears for Guyanese who are tired of bickering and back-biting and truly want to see us working together to address the problems of our nation.
Dear Editor, Justice! Injustice! …and in the balance our humanity as a nation as we approach our fifty-second year of Independence, please allow me to share thoughts on this critical and all too often failing aspect of our society.
Dear Editor, There is a problem; in fact, many serious problems. No one wants to hear any questions; no one wants to provide any answers.
Dear Editor, The statement made by Barbados Prime Minister, Freundel Stuart, who is the Leader of the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) that Barbados will withdraw from the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as its final court is very unfortunate.
Dear Editor, I refer to the letter, `Why is Janki so opposed to the ExxonMobil deal?’ under the name of Clement Smith.
Dear Editor, My family and dozens of other residents of Atlantic Gardens were thoroughly harassed when they were caught up in total traffic chaos on the East Coast Demerara highway on Mother’s Day at about 9:30 am simply because the persons responsible for road works do not give two hoots about commuters’ safety and convenience.
Dear Editor, I refer to reports in the Guyanese media that according to the Attorney General, the Honourable, Basil Williams, removal of laws that restrict marijuana use should be given a public vote.
Dear Editor, Something made me pause from moving on from the captioned `Andrew Pollard, S.C.
Dear Editor, It seems the political backlash of a terrible contract with Exxon is now spreading its ugly head on one of Guyana’s best managed, most accountable and transparent companies that provides more revenue to the country than sugar and indeed is the largest contributor to the Government of Guyana in terms of employment, taxes paid (corporate and payroll etc) and duties.
Dear Editor, It is the private business of the Patterson family on how they deal with their personal situation with regards to an allegation of trafficking of a controlled drug (cocaine) against one of their members.
Dear Editor, Travelling to Bartica by speedboat at night is a great way to release stress, relax and enjoy the beauty of the river.
Dear Editor, Politics, it is said, makes for strange bedfellows. There is no such thing as permanent friends insofar as political alliances are concerned.
Dear Editor, On my recent visit to the National Communications Network Inc at the Cotton Field government compound, I noticed that this place has turned into a grazing ground for animals.
Dear Editor, I look at relations between the two races in this country and ask: where do I see things standing in this country?
Dear Editor, The recent conversation on the relevance of Creolese at the University of Guyana was interesting – especially in view of my doctoral thesis.