Dear Editor, There is a bad system at the Eye Clinic of the Georgetown Public Hospital that needs to be changed to better serve patients.
Dear Editor, Amidst the clashing swirls of words, there is this disinterested watching of the high stakes political drama unfolding.
Dear Editor, At Red Lock, which is located about five miles behind Anna Regina, a private individual has been given permission to be involved in fish farming.
Dear Editor, The situation in Ukraine demonstrates that the potential for conflict is growing in the world; old contradictions are growing ever more acute and new ones are being provoked.
Dear Editor, Every time the accumulated weight of living in this society burdens the mind and causes the soul to cringe, something positive happens out of nowhere; someone steps forward and gives hope.
Dear Editor, I’m concerned about the laws and regulations that the government established but which are not carried out, and to which people are not adhering.
Dear Editor, Some observers have argued that the Rodney Commission of Inquiry (COI) is a necessary step towards national healing.
Dear Editor, Did Forbes Burnham order the execution of Walter Rodney? This was one of the defining questions of a certain epoch and as such the answer, for each of us, has moral implications that determine where we stand politically and then the course of action imposed by the response.
Dear Editor, In a nation where far too many are not proactive enough and information seeking is still not a norm, people’s consciousness can best be impacted by messages that are relayed to them on a constant basis.
Dear Editor, I’d like to respond to a letter of June 29, 2014 ‘Works Ministry and airport authority have held meetings with Timehri squatters since 2008’ by Aneka Edwards.
Dear Editor, The Commissioners at the Walter Rodney Commission of Inquiry, and Counsel Pilgrim are arguing from the position that Sgt Gregory Smith was a “murderer,” meaning the assassin of Dr Walter Rodney.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Chronicle’s front-page headline published on June 28, 2014, captioned ‘Williams objections about the legality of COI extension overruled’ is grossly misleading.
Dear Editor, It has been reported that four engineers from the Ministry of Public Works (MPW) are being sent by Minister Benn to the United States of America for a technical working visit to understand processes and hydro-dynamics as well as to get some cross fertilization ideas with respect to sea and river defence construction now being undertaken along the Gulf Coast by the US Army Corps of Engineers with the help of Dutch consultants.
Dear Editor, The 2012 census data are now out. The report shows that Guyana’s population has dropped to 747,884, down from 751,223 recorded for 2002.
Dear Editor, I write in response to some of the issues which have come to the fore in the light of your reporter’s article of May 25, your editorial of May 29, and Ms Bissember’s lengthy diatribe in the letter columns (June 26) concerning my damaged paintings in the National Collection and, by extension, the critical state of the National Collection, in general.
Dear Editor, It was reported that the National Family Commission was going to bring in Dr Myles Munroe, the senior pastor of Bahamas Faith Ministries International Fellowship.
Dear Editor, The ongoing developments regarding a possible no confidence vote against the PPP/C regime have resulted in many analyses.
Dear Editor, Much concern has been expressed about the lawlessness of the current administration and its disregard for constitutional and legal obligations.
Dear Editor, Guyana’s leading businessman, enterprise developer, entrepreneur who worked most of his life in Guyana’s development is very worried about the future of the sugar industry which employs more than 20,000 workers and shaped the lives of almost fifty per cent of Guyanese.
Dear Editor, I offer some comments on a letter by Mr Abu Bakr, (‘An evocation of context is important to an understanding of events surrounding Walter Rodney’s death,’ SN, June 28).
Dear Editor, On Sunday, June 29, I informed GT&T via phone number 0488 that a telephone pole implanted at the corner of Fourth and Main Streets, Patentia West, is leaning and threatening to fall.
Dear Editor, My good friend and ex-Chief Labour Officer, Mr Mohammed Akeel, has written about the Corentyne Highway Stop signs before, but to date it appears that the powers-that-be have not taken note or are reluctant to take corrective action.
Dear Editor, There is a view that the calls for the PNC to apologise are misplaced.
Dear Editor, The Government of Guyana through the Ministry of Sport must be commended for the much admired initiative of the community enhancement programme.
Dear Editor, I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the Albion Cricket Club for doing an excellent job in hosting its 2013 presentation of the award ceremony.