Dear Editor, I am troubled by the AFC complaint that GECOM is ignoring their claim to access funds provided for scrutineers , for the house to house registration.
Dear Editor, The negative and positive effects of open and direct advertisements are well known but very often the dangers of the concealed or deceptive advertisement which carries subliminal or hidden messages go unnoticed.
Dear Editor, I read, with much disappointment, a letter written by Mr. James Mc Allister captioned; “This charge of unbecoming behaviour cannot stand” (07.10.11).
Dear Editor, It is gratifying to know that there are still noble sons of Guyana who are willing to serve our motherland.
Dear Editor, Come On, People: On the Path from Victims to Victors is an absolutely inspiring and amazing book that must be read by all, irrespective of race and culture.
Dear Editor, I was reading a letter on October 11, 2007 by the self proclaimed political pollster, Vishnu Bisram and couldn’t help drawing the conclusion that he is unable to separate his ethnic identity from his professional work.
Dear Editor, There was an insightful letter in your columns commenting on Mr.
Dear Editor, During the last two or three years, the world has been afforded a preview of the environmental collapse predicted to occur in the not so distant future.
Dear Editor, I refer to the article by Mr Troy Peters in Stabroek News on Sunday September 30th 2007 captioned “Grounds zero” and wish to bring to your attention, the condition of the Uitvlugt Community Development Centre Ground and the Leonora Park ground.
Dear Editor, A grave and serious crisis is looming for Essequibians. They will now have to travel to Georgetown for their machine readable passports.
Dear Editor, I would like to express my condolences to the grieving relatives of the ten people who lost their lives in the latest McKenzie Highway smash-up.
Dear Editor, In Wednesday’s issue of SN (10/10/07), TCL Guyana Inc. implied in its Cementing Partnerships advertisement that the Government of Guyana (GoG) should re-implement the Common External Tariff (CET) with respect to cement imported to Guyana from outside of Caricom countries.
Dear Editor, The twin phenomena of Global Warming and Climate Change offer a unique opportunity for a developing country like Guyana to lead the way in terms of different, climate- friendly approaches to spatial and urban development.
Dear Editor, On Sunday night the CNN program 60 minutes did a piece on the development of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), specifically Dubai.
Dear Editor, Mr. Walter Wirtz has opened the door for me to make an observation with his letter captioned, “The pollution is generated in the developed countries”.
Dear Editor, Please allow me to express my indignation at the incident involving a jogger and two free roaming, ferocious dogs (please note I say “dogs” because any dog regardless of breed can be ferocious and may bite); and to extend my sympathy and wish a speedy and full recovery to the injured jogger.
Dear Editor, Within recent times Mr Robert Corbin has been having a lot of negative press.
Dear Editor, I refer you to various letters written by Mr Frederick Kissoon (SN 07.10.05; KN 07.10.07) and SN 07.10.13, “The Two of us are the only ones at UG who speak to the press”, to which Mr Jason Benjamin’s name is also attached.
Dear Editor, I have noted the recent news on the drive to export agri products to buyers overseas.
Dear Editor, I read with much pride the performing of the first open-heart surgery in Guyana.
Dear Editor, I note that Usha Pertab (letter captioned “The purpleheart exported by Bulkan Timber Works was either dressed or kiln dried” (07.10.14).
Dear Editor, Your newspaper’s spotlight on the untenable situation of several acting appointments in government institutions and organizations, “Confirm top cop or let him go” Opposition MPs, (SN October 14), is highly commendable and welcome.
Dear Editor, It is with a great degree of reluctance that I write regarding the protracted pronouncements of Drs Anand Daljeet and Seelochan Beharry on my role in Guyana and their expectations thereof.
Dear Editor, It is embarrassing to see that the Stabroek News will be staging a protest at the Guyana International Conference Centre, Liliendaal, for the Commonwealth Finance Ministers Meeting on Monday.
Dear Editor, Last Tuesday, October 9, two unidentified members of the Guyana Power and Light disconnection team came to my residence around 14:00 hours, alleging that I owe the company some $9000.
Dear Editor, During the last twenty years including five under the PNC, Guyana became the poorest country in the Western hemisphere by 1992, accumulating an international debt of US $2.1 billion.
Dear Editor, I refer to the article dated 2nd October 2007 captioned “PNCR level 11 misconduct charges against Mc Allister.” I believe this is a step to repress and stigmatize party members who are perceived not to be looking through the same eyes as Mr.
Dear Editor, For over one year residents of Lusignan West, East Coast, Demerara, have been writing letters about the discomfort they are going through because of the noise and dust emanating from furniture manufacturers in that area.
Dear Editor, On October 10, 2007, my colleagues and I were preparing to return to Georgetown via the ferry from New Amsterdam.
Dear Editor, In an effort to create a horrific awareness of Road Safety, a philanthropist is about to launch competitions designed specifically for drivers of mini buses and motor cycle/scooters who constantly breach Chapter 51:02 of the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Act.
Dear Editor, This year is another challenging one for sugar and rice in Guyana given developments in the European Union and Jamaica.
Dear Editor, I visited Bartica this week and enjoyed the beauty of the location and the hospitality of the people.
Dear Editor, I refer to my letter captioned ” Amerindians must seek at least a basic secondary education, preserve their mother tongues” (07.09.28).
Dear Editor, Thank you for the coverage you have so aptly given about the wanton destruction of the potable/portable water situation at Salbora, the irresponsible destruction of a main access road and the loss of millions of dollars.
Dear Editor, Over a year ago, I made the difficult decision to stop addressing letters to the Chronicle.
Dear Editor, I read with great interest a letter to you by Members of SASOD-Guyana captioned “Buju Banton is an unrepentant homophobe”.
Dear Editor, I have read the letters in the press by Janet Bulkan and Howard Bulkan, constantly attacking the Government and the Guyana Forestry Commis-sion, accusing them of being corrupt, inefficient and not transparent.
Dear Editor, I am tempted to salute the response to my letter captioned “The National Gallery monitors, repairs and maintains both works and building on an ongoing basis” (07.09.21).
Dear Editor, It was surprising to learn from a letter in the ‘Chronicle’ headed “Speaking on issues affecting all poor women”, that some food items carried VAT.
Dear Editor, Global warming and the environment are topical issues today. Al Gore has just won a Nobel Peace prize for his work on saving the planet.
Dear Editor, I am out of the country at this time, and so would not be in place to give coverage of your public protest at the Commonwealth Finance Ministers Meeting.
Dear Editor, Approximately two years ago, GT&T constructed an imposing telecommunication building at 7-Mile community Mahdia.
Dear Editor, This is the straw that breaks the camel’s back. Driving attitudes in Guyana need a drastic change.
Dear Editor, After reading Naicelis Williams’s letter captioned “Women are regularly subjected to vulgar remarks and obscene suggestions” (07.10.07), I couldn’t help but agree with her position.
Dear Editor, I want to join in expressing thanks to the US medical ship that was here recently.
Dear Editor, Please permit the publishing of my reaction to the internal squabbling in the PNCR.
Dear Editor, I read a letter by Sean Adams where he asked what reasonable progress is.
Dear Editor, It is so sad that Sharmillah Narine thinks it is okay for women to be called names and have horrible things said to them whilst they are walking on the streets.
Dear Editor, It is sad to see such a horrific accident on the Linden Highway causing many lost lives.
Dear Editor, I thank the Honourable Manzoor Nadir,Minister of Labour,for providing a response to my letter captioned “Lack of information causes accident” (KN 07.10.09).