Dear Editor, The denial of permission for nine Muslim passengers, though not Guyanese, to board an Air Tran flight on New Year’s Day has relevance to all Muslims and Indo-Guyanese in general.
Dear Editor, Here is a list of the 12 great men of the world in my lifetime.
Dear Editor, As we enter 2009, I forsee many challenges globally. The new American administration will soon take office, and the world is awaiting changes; however, one must not be carried away with the idea that even if it is needed, change will be coming to the various regions.
Dear Editor, I commend the forthrightness of Leader of the Opposition PNC, Mr.
Dear Editor, While I am sympathetic to Ms McAlmont’s clearly-implied agenda in ‘History this week’(‘Valerie Hart: The Woman at the Heart of the Rupununi Uprising,’ SN 1.1.09) I find it distasteful that the 40th anniversary of my father’s demise has been used as the occasion to champion the political and leadership skills of the woman who is an unquestioned accessory to that murder.
Dear Editor, I am totally fed-up with the serious drainage situation in Golden Grove Village on the East Coast of Demerara.
Dear Editor, Supporters of the PNC need to be more worried than comforted by Mr Robert Corbin’s new interest in shared governance.
Dear Editor, Mr Emile Mervin’s letter which was published in the Kaieteur News on December 25, 2008, is a welcome and instructive intervention in the renewed public debate on the issue of shared governance in Guyana.
Dear Editor, By now even Stevie Wonder can see the government’s commitment to destroy the Guyana Trades Union Congress (TUC).
Dear Editor, It appears that the PNC is again headed for yet another leader showdown.
Dear Editor, With reference to the letter by Mr RJ Eleazar captioned ‘Do we really need lay magistrates?’ (SN 1.1.09), up front let me say that I am not a lawyer, I do not have any disrespect for the legal profession, and I have great respect for Mr Eleazar.
Dear Editor, Let’s go straight to the meat of the matter and try to separate fact from fiction.
Dear Editor, I write with respect to our administration of justice and unfortunately the system is just drowning day after day.
Dear Editor, Guyana can certainly do with some recognition and publicity for its fledgling tourism industry but its recent notoriety in North America has been for the wrong reasons and with a terrible price.
Dear Editor, Steve Merai was cleared of all wrongdoing after an extensive police investigation.
Dear Editor, As Guyanese engage in the usual old year stocktaking, reflection will also invariably focus on what lies ahead.
Dear Editor, Several months ago two persons died on the Corentyne River while crossing with a backtrack boat to Suriname.
Dear Editor, About two weeks ago I went home and realized that there was no electricity.
Dear Editor,As the year glides behind the horizon, I reflect on the identity crisis and lack of a sense of direction amongst the younger generation.
Dear Editor, When we received our old-age pension vouchers for 2009 without the amount printed thereon, we felt the 2009 increase would have been realistic.
Dear Editor, In your edition of December 21, 2008, you reported that the “Andrews sluice is blocked with driftwood, silted up and has not been operable for some time,” and that with the sluice not in operation the water accumulates on the land.
Dear Editor, At present there are many stray dogs roaming the roads of Guyana.
Dear Editor, The Ministry of Health (MOH), via its health care workers and no less than the Minister himself, has educated citizens about the threat of leptospirosis, especially during the rainy season.
Dear Editor, My Mahaicony family suffered another loss with the flooding. All their cash crops, chickens and sheep perished.
Dear Editor, With UG churning out so many attorneys-at-law what right do we have to employ lay magistrates/JPs?