Dear Editor, I would like to contribute to the discourse initiated by Mr.
Dear Editor, I wish to highlight a security issue at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport which is causing much distress to passengers.
Dear Editor, I write to offer my sincere condolences to the family of Winifred Hunter nee Wishart who passed away on September 26 this year in Jamaica, WI.
Dear Editor, I refer to the letter by W.P. George captioned “The cow trespassing nuisance can only be dealt with when the law of branding is enforced” (07.12.02).
Dear Editor, I have attached two photographs of a vehicular accident which left newspaper vendor, Sabestian Khemraj in obvious pain.
Dear Editor, Will the court rule on the Guyana Labour Union (GLU) case before December 31st ?
Dear Editor, On November 15 2007 my friend and former postal colleague Patrick Benjamin passed to the great beyond.
Dear Editor, Why should we allow king Jagdeo to abuse us, especially in these modern days?
Dear Editor, Wilbert M Stephenson in his letter captioned “What cements the Indian vote is fear of what a PNC government may do” (07.12.01) painted the picture of Indian historical fear of African retaliation or violent behaviour and PNC history which would cause them to cling to the PPP.
Dear Editor, The voices of discontent are rising slowly but ominously. However, the PPP/C government continues to ignore the potency of the message.
Dear Editor, I am becoming increasingly concerned with the seemingly callous way in which the authorities are fogging neighbourhoods in Georgetown.
Dear Editor, Guyana is in an era of lawlessness, the law has been relegated to the dustbin .
Dear Editor, I am appalled that none of the women’s rights and child rights groups has condemned President Bharrat Jagdeo for withdrawing the vehicle of his former wife, Ms Varshnie Singh, and discriminating against children.
Dear Editor, On 30th November around 07:05 am a vehicle came into contact with an electrical pole in the vicinity of Main and Fourth Streets, Patentia, West, West Bank Demerara.
Dear Editor, Night falls, the streets of the old cow town are quiet.
Dear Editor, A country seeking greater unity and social harmony cannot hope to do this while it is divided on the all-important questions raised by the application of the law and its impartiality.
Dear Editor, Each year, during or around fire prevention week and road safety week, there are always major fires and some fatal accidents.
Dear Editor, Everyone in Guyana knows how the system works for the rich and politically connected as opposed to the poor and working class.
Dear Editor, Over the past years or so I have had the opportunity of speaking to Mr Joseph O’Lall and of admiring his zeal and dedication to his job.
Dear Editor, I wish to support and join with the Minister of Home Affairs, Mr Clement Rohee in his call for the formation of more community policing groups, since he acknowledged that there is a shortage of police officers and there will indeed be positive results in relation to crime with the input of Community Policing Groups.
Dear Editor, I don’t believe in any other Caribbean country we have a civil society structure that is so hypocritical as what we have in Guyana.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Forestry Commission (GFC) wishes to clarify some inaccuracies contained in a letter by Parmanand Bhanu captioned “Some of the proposed regulations for sawmill operations are impractical and costly” (07.11.11).
Dear Editor, I refer to the letter captioned “Is the Bar association asleep?” (07.11.25) by M.Y.
Dear Editor, I support Vijay Singh’s argument that “Successful exporting of fruits and vegetables demands a lot of organization (SN Nov 28th).
Dear Editor, Guyanese rice producers can expect increased rice prices as global rice output and reserves have hit all-time lows since 1983 – 1984.
Dear Editor, The Stabroek News editorial of November 11, 2007 captioned `Thunder King’ painted a dismal picture for both humans and animals during the upcoming Christmas Season.The newspaper’s editorial led off with “never mind peace and goodwill, this is the season of noise nuisance and danger, squibs, firecrackers and infernal “bombs”.
Dear Editor, Based on Mr. Ellis’ response in his letter captioned, “Breaking into the East Indian voting bloc is difficult because of their greater cultural cohesion”, it is clear in his mind that the PPP has done an outstanding job in ensuring continued victory.
Dear Editor, I refer to a letter by Rudolph Mahadeo captioned “Cows being let loose to graze in New Diamond Housing Scheme (07.11.28).
Dear Editor, Over the years and during my membership of the Consumer Movement of Guyana (GMOG) I have written a number of articles on the deteriorating road transportation environment and made oral and other submissions to the powers that be.
Dear Editor, As we recently observed the “Global Day for Prevention of Child Abuse” I wish to congratulate the Minister of Human Services, Ms Priya Manickchand on her effort to “Stamp it out” and save the children from the suffering of being abused.
Dear Editor, I was not really amazed when I read that Varshnie Singh’s vehicle has been taken away from her.
Dear Editor, It is immoral, cynical and opportunist, to say the least, when persons, organisations, or political parties seek to revise or rewrite the history of distant events to suit their own purposes or as part of some sordid design.
Dear Editor, I wish to refer to an article in SN 26/11/07 titled “Shooting incident involving minister settled out of court.” I am rather disappointed and perturbed at the manner in which this serious incident was dealt with by the Guyana Police Force.
Dear Editor, In today’s Chronicle, it is reported that a 37-year-old man allegedly had “forced sex” with his daughter, who is a child.
Dear Editor, I have been following the incident involving the government minister and a young man of East Coast Demerara.
Dear Editor, Attorney KA Juman-Yassin, in his letter captioned “I think Mr Carl Singh is a fit and proper person to be appointed Chancellor” (07.11.29), did Justice Singh proud by coming out with his support for his candidacy for the job.
Dear Editor, In his book The West On Trial Dr Cheddi Jagan referred to his childhood experience of visiting the exclusive manager’s compound at Christmas time when the estate manager’s wife would stand on a balcony from the manager’s mansion and throw down coins.
Dear Editor, Friday, November 23, 2007 I attended the conference hosted by the Ministry of Human Services.
Dear Editor, There is a substantial difference between ‘African talks’ and an ‘African understanding’ of his reality in this country.
Dear Editor, Today around the globe, we commemorate together the 20th World AIDS Day by focusing on ‘leadership’, which is required in strong and unyielding fashion if we are to reverse the spread of the epidemic.
Dear Editor, I disagree with Mr Clarence Ellis’s assertion that “Breaking into the East Indian voting bloc is difficult because of their greater cultural cohesion” (07.11.27).
Dear Editor, In this country with a zero population growth with large land space, long open borders, surrounded by Brazil, Venezuela and Suriname, can we man our borders effectively?
Dear Editor, I was very surprised to see the headline, “Shooting incident involving minister settled out of court” (07.11.26).
Dear Editor, Accountability is the foundation of responsible government. The Guyana Parliament on behalf of Guyanese people must have the capacity to hold ministers accountable for their behaviour and conduct as representatives of the people.
Dear Editor, The members and executive of the Pattensen Community development Council have been trying to have a meeting with His Excellency the President for some time without any success.
Dear Editor, I congratulate the management of Dave’s Television Station (DTV-8) in Berbice for once again providing live coverage of New Amsterdam town day 2007, which was held over the last weekend.
Dear Editor, It has come to my realization that the use of airmail envelopes has become almost extinct.
Dear Editor, Travelling around George-town and along the coast, I had noticed a number of recently erected street signs that had been damaged or for some reason knocked down and weeks had passed and no one seemed to notice.
Dear Editor, We at City Hall welcome an advertisement by the Guyana Consumers Assoc-iation on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in your newspaper issue of Sunday November 25, 2007.