Dear Editor, Check Mates Chess Club was formed in October, 2008, by a group of young children from the environs of Albouystown.
Dear Editor, We the cattle and other livestock farmers on the right and left banks of the Abary Creek are facing tremendous losses with our cattle from Blairmont to Copeman.
Dear Editor, One had remarked earlier in your columns the fuzziness of the reporting by other press on Guysuco’s recent management ‘restructuring,’ not realizing at the time that it was actually a reflection of the latter’s fuzzy argumentation for what seems destined to be a ‘de-structuring’ instead.
Dear Editor, Mr Obama’s recent letter to his daughters is expected to appear in the press worldwide over the weekend.
Dear Editor, The Takutu Bridge is complete, compliments of our Brazilian neighbours. The road on the Guyanese side is now in the asphalting phase, compliments of our Brazilian neighbours.
Dear Editor, I welcome the Guyana Chronicle editorial on the outlet from EDWC to the Atlantic.
Dear Editor, The efforts by our local newspapers at king-making have not gone unnoticed by their readers.
Dear Editor, Kindly allow me to respond to John De Barros’s letter in the Kaieteur News of January 15, 2009, titled ‘Confusion of roles,’ in which he chides the ruling party for protest action taken outside the US Embassy in Georgetown against the Israeli massacre of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
Dear Editor, The Oxfam situation report on the flood response in Guyana has provoked my reaction.
Dear Editor, On January 11, 2009, I watched the last thirty-five minutes of Ms Wanita Huburn’s programme called ‘Our Life, Our Culture’ on NCN Channel 11 with guest Guyanese musician/ singer/ songwriter Mr Dave Martins of the Tradewinds.
Dear Editor, We have benefited from an ongoing and interesting debate about ‘shared governance’ − a chameleon term meaning many things to different people.
Dear Editor, I felt abhorrence after reading an article entitled, ‘Stabbed thrice then doused with corrosive liquid’ (SN January 13, 2009) I am horrified to read about these repeated acts of violence against women in Guyana.
Dear Editor, It is absolutely within the bounds of absurdity and dishonesty for the main opposition party and their acolytes to claim that the government has, in any way, neglected to do all that is within their means to prepare adequately to deal with floods afflicting the country, especially since the unprecedented heavy rainfall that occurred in 2005, reportedly the highest since 1935, when records started to be kept.
Dear Editor, As we commenced a new year under the PPP administration, and in particular, the Jagdeo administration, it is expected those of us who seek to analyse, critique and highlight its usual transgressions and violations will continue to be told that Mr Jagdeo and the PPP were democratically elected.
Dear Editor, Reading your recent article on the backlog of inquests (‘249 inquests were pending at end of ’07 – Attorney General,’ SN 12.1.09) has prompted me to observe that the same legal system which we depend on for justice can be used to frustrate it.
Dear Editor, In a few days we in Guyana will see the outpouring of hope in a better future for all mankind with the elevation of Barack Obama to the Presidency of the United States of America.
Dear Editor, It is really a sad day in history when the historical and architectural gems of a country’s cultural landscape go up for sale.
Dear Editor, As a past Public Relations and Press Officer of the Guyana Police Force I have to admit that my sympathies are still with that organization.
Dear Editor, I pen this letter in utter frustration at the seeming incapability of the Lethem Power Company (LPC) to provide a reliable electricity supply to Lethem and its environs (Lethem is presently in complete blackout for the last 17hrs).
Dear Editor, Over the past several months, the Guyana Sugar Corpor-ation has been lambasted in the press for poor management.
Dear Editor, I am extremely disgusted with the service provided by the Water Distribution Site (the Well) which supplies water to the West Ruimveldt district.
Dear Editor, With respect to the reports in the Chronicle and on the NCN TV channel concerning the incident with me at the Berbice River Bridge, at no time did I behave in a disorderly manner.
Dear Editor, Those who continue to advocate the need for shared governance − the PNCR and its associates − as a panacea to the problems in Guyana are not being candid.
Dear Editor, Abu Bakr, in his letter to SN on December 20 (‘What is it that Mr Corbin’s detractors want?’), touches on a matter that needs greater ventilation in the ‘Great Guyana Debate.’ He makes reference to colonial immigration policy and how it has placed the PNCR at an inherent electoral disadvantage.
Dear Editor, Everyone should be appalled at what is happening in Gaza. Saying that this is genocide and the deliberate bombing of women, children is an atrocity and a war crime, is not enough.