Rudolph Mitchell should be honoured 2

Dear Editor, In your edition of Thursday, March 16, 2006, I wrote a letter captioned ‘Linden should honour this hero.’ In that letter I spoke about race-walk champion, Rudolph Mitchell of Linden.

We should emphasize our national identity 9

Dear Editor, The election of Barack Obama to the presidency of the United States together with the desire of Americans for one America indicate that there is yet hope for human beings to re-examine the various components of their identities.

A disaster waiting to happen 8

Dear Editor, So we read in the SN of 7.12.08 that there was almost a mid-air plane accident back in October between a Delta and a CA flight.

NCN has disappointed Berbicians again 5

Dear Editor, I believe the management of the National Communications Network Inc (NCN) has disappointed Berbicians this holiday season.

Mr Corbin should step down 18

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.

Ogle airport needs to become fully functional as soon as possible 5

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.

A VAT-free holiday season is needed 11

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.

Brazil company said to be interested in repairing Moco Moco hydro plant

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.

CGID condemns the removal 6

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.