Dear Editor, Your publication of Friday, December 12, 2008 carried a letter captioned ‘Poorly performing government institutions make life difficult for citizens.’ It included a reference to incomplete or incorrect records of NIS contributions.
Dear Editor, Two major news items arrived in the public sphere in the past few days.
Dear Editor, I recently read a letter by Mr. Christopher Ram, `Mr Corbin has an opportunity to put country and party before personal considerations’ (SN Dec 14/08) in which he suggested that the PNC leader, Robert Corbin, is putting his personal ambition ahead of what is good for his party.
Dear Editor, A few days ago I read in the print media that members of the Guyana Defence Force will be getting a year end holiday bonus for 2008.
Dear Editor, Sometime last year the prices for food, fuel and other basic items increased sharply.
Dear Editor, The Stabroek News editorial dated Monday December 22, 2008, captioned ‘Tinker-ing,’ contains several inaccuracies and misrepresentations of facts relating to the National Drainage and Irriga-tion Authority’s (NDIA’s) execution of its mandate.
Dear Editor, The University of Guyana wishes to thank you, and all the media, for the coverage of the institution’s 42nd Convo-cation exercises, and notes with appreciation, the support you have always given to the university.
Dear Editor, It was certainly a very interesting initiative by the special events committee of the Berbice Cricket Board to recognize and unveil the names of the county’s best eleven, dating back to the glorious years of the flamboyant Roy Fredericks and complementing the present era with the versatile Mahendra Nagamootoo.
Dear Editor, “I’ve got that Christmas feeling blowing in the air… I’ve got this lovely feeling… Tell me why can’t this Christmas feeling last throughout the year?” So runs the song, but the answer to its question is it can’t, for Christmas is indeed the special of specials.
Dear Editor, Max had it all, a beautiful and safe home, a loving owner who groomed him daily, gave him the best food and proudly showed him off on daily walks.
Dear Editor, This is by no means an attempt to discredit the achievement of Ms Shonnet Candacy Fraser, the second-best graduating student, at the University of Guyana 42nd Convocation exercise, held recently.
Dear Editor, The months of November and December have been the most eventful of the past year.
Dear Editor, I write from Linden Region 10 in relation to the continued debate over the performance of the Opposition Leader, Mr Robert Corbin.
Dear Editor, Between 1944 and 1947 I was the pay officer for Old Age Pensioners and Poor Relief recipients, from Port Mourant on the Corentyne Coast to Kwakwani up the Berbice River.
Dear Editor, My name is Kamal Kanhai and I am the proprietor of Kanhai’s Guyana Electrical Agency of 146 Regent Street, Lacytown, Georgetown.
Dear Editor,The basic problem facing Guyana can be stated in various ways.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Fire Service has spent millions buying new machines but they never seem to get to any fire on time, and when they do arrive, they usually start looking for water.
Dear Editor, With the close of 2008, the year President Jagdeo had promised social and economic advancement, Guyanese must begin to analyze their current status to ascertain whether or not these promises were met.
Dear Editor, The call for a change of leadership in the PNC only scratches the surface of what is a larger and inherent problem.
Dear Editor, In response to your news item, ‘Linden businessmen to press for broadcast licence,’ (December 22), I would like to commend the two Linden businessmen, Messrs Norman Chapman and Mortimer Yearwood, for daring to stand up for their constitutional right to not only operate a radio station, but also operate a place of employment.
Dear Editor, NY-based Guyanese have been gearing up for the Christmas holidays with their shopping and party arrangements.
Dear Editor, For almost two decades, the Bedford Methodist School building located at Robb and Bourda Streets, Georgetown, has ceased to be used by the Ministry of Education as a teaching/learning facility.
Dear Editor, The deferment of the management shake-up at GuySuCo could well be a blessing if it enables the sugar industry’s stakeholders as well as its critics to analyse soberly why 2008 production was so disappointing.
Dear Editor, Ever since the rainy season started, myself and other rice farmers are suffering, due to the lack of drainage of our rice fields at Better Hope, Essequibo Coast.
Dear Editor, To walk, or not to walk? That is the question. I am not talking cricket, I’m referring to politics and political leaders.