Dear Editor, Mr Robert Corbin should step down and call an election within the party if all the top brass of the party is leaving, or else hand the party to Mr Winston Murray.
Dear Editor, Christopher Ram’s article in your ‘Business Page’ of Sunday, December 7, captioned ‘Who’s left now?’ made some broad generalizations with distorted and selected events that did not do justice to a pertinent topic.
Dear Editor, As the Berbice River Bridge comes to a close, work proceeds to rehabilitate the Demerara Harbour Bridge for it to function for at least another 10 years, and the Takutu Bridge nears completion it would be fitting for the international bridge, ie the Ogle airport, to become fully functional as soon as possible.
Dear Editor, As the festive season approaches, Guyanese will be looking forward for their government to ease their economic burden in the hope that their families have a fairly decent holiday.
Dear Editor, The following comments come from a person who has shed his share of blood, sweat and tears in the forest industry.
Dear Editor, Permit me to comment on the PNCR’s call for me to resign from GECOM and related matters in the aftermath of my resignation from the Joint Task Force On Local Government Reform (JTFOLGR).
Dear Editor, I am shocked to learn that GT&T is moving to degrade internet access or signals through the VOIP communication online-channels.
Dear Editor, Please be advised that the Bartica Regatta Committee, under the chairmanship of Mr Holbert Knights, wishes to correct an erroneous statement in relation to the recently held Designer’s Quest in Bartica.
Dear Editor, It was with disgust that I read of Mr Corbin’s utterances on Mr Vincent Alexander’s resignation from the Local Government Task Force (SN 7.12.08).
Dear Editor,In KN of December 7, a columnist wrote a response to the letter I wrote in last Wednesday’s SN entitled, ‘Why are adults lying to their children about Santa Claus?’ Firstly, let me say I have a great deal of respect for this journalist as one of Guyana’s leading media personnel.
Dear Editor, I wish to express congratulations to the PNCR and its membership for again holding a most successful General Council meeting on Saturday, November 6, 2008.
Dear Editor,Your lead story about the leadership turmoil in the PNCR makes interesting reading ‘Corbin should step down, McAllister says’ Sunday Stabroek 7.12.08).
Dear Editor, The Government of Guyana boasts with much fanfare, of Guyana’s return to democracy and a free market capitalist economy (they suffer from total amnesia about President Desmond Hoyte’s successful ERP) but are absolutely unwilling to free up sections of the market which they cannot control.
Dear Editor, I’ve raised the question of dual citizenship and giving the same rights to the diaspora before Peter Ramsaroop or Khemraj Ramjattan or Sheila Holder addressed the issue.
Dear Editor, Head of the Privatization Unit and Chairman of the Guyana Power Company, Mr Winston Brassington has disclosed that a proposal from a Brazilian Company, Incomex, for the rehabilitation of the Moco Moco Hydro project in Region 9 is being studied with a view to have it once again serviceable to accommodate the growing demand for electricity in the Lethem area with the imminent opening of the Takutu bridge.
Dear Editor, The designed technical capabilities of our drainage and irrigation systems continue to be seriously compromised, due to indiscriminate dumping and pollution.
Dear Editor, For many years, I’ve had nothing but admiration for the United States’ financial system.
Dear Editor, As a nation we should be more compassionate about the plight of women and girls.
Dear Editor, The Caribbean Guyana Institute for Democracy (CGID) condemns the removal of James McAllister, an Opposition People’s National Congress (PNC) Member of Parliament (MP), from the Parliament of Guyana by Opposition and People’s National Congress (PNC) Leader, Mr Robert Corbin.
Dear Editor, We should all compliment the President for pardoning both Mark Benschop last year and Phillip Bynoe recently.
Dear Editor, On the Brazilian side of the newly built bridge across the Takutu River, aggressive work is going on at present, constructing a Brazil free zone and commercial area, Customs buildings, etc.
Dear Editor, Largely because of the progress in the treatment of certain diseases associated with aging, the life expectancy of senior citizens has risen considerably.
Dear Editor, In the Guyana Chronicle of December 4, Dr Howard Fisher, “a natural physician” representing the Canadian company BioPro Technology, was reported to have held forth on the benefits of using his company’s BioPro Chip to prevent “heating up of the head and brain caused by radiation from the [cellphone] instrument [that] could be the cause of an epidemic of brain tumors within the next 10 years.” It is revealing how he calls many to immediate action by warning, “We cannot wait until we know for sure.” For sure of what?
Dear Editor,I note, with a tincture of sadness, the letter in SN of December 3, headlined: ‘Why are adults lying to their children about Santa Claus?’ written by Montgomery Chester.
Dear Editor, Docol’s recent announcement of a price reduction for their 20lb cooking gas cylinders as a result of the drop in oil prices on the world market has prompted me to pen this letter.