Dear Editor, With reference to the caption in the Sunday Stabroek dated September, 23, 2007 (‘Human rights body presses for restart of coroner’s in-quests’) I wish to inform you that from 2006 to the present 71 inquests were held by magistrates in Guyana.
Dear Editor, With all of the scams that are being exposed under this present government, including the forestry/timber scam, there is a more urgent need now for support for the Trotman/AFC Freedom of Information Bill.
Dear Editor, The history of contemporary Guyana is still to be written and I agree entirely that we should press on in pursuit of the truth, possibly through first-person testimonies of those who suffered or those who were close enough to the many victims and witnessed the traumas of our post-colonial period.
Dear Editor, I wish to write regarding an article entitled, ‘Church services raise curtain on Prison Week,’ which was carried in the Guyana Chronicle on Sunday, September 30.
Dear Editor, I write to share a few comments with you and your readers about your editorial on September 28, captioned ‘Lessons learned.’ A well written and concise piece no doubt.
Dear Editor, I wish to refer to the letter titled ‘Minister should rethink decision on sixth-form Mathematics entry requirement’ (SN, 29.9.07).
Dear Editor, When I heard about the death of one of Guyana’s stalwarts, Ivan Crandon, I was jolted into the reality of how temporary our time on this earth is.
Dear Editor, Frederick Kissoon, in a recent column, lamented the absence of struggle in Guyana today.
Dear Editor, There is a groundswell on the daily periphery of life in Guyana.
Dear Editor, I refer to a letter written by Professor Seelochan Beharry in Stabroek News, captioned; ‘UG does not contribute to national debates on any issue,’ dated September 20, 2007.
Dear Editor, One of my hobbies is farming. I learnt to appreciate Agricultural Science to a large extent when I was a student at Ann’s Grove Methodist School (now Ann’s Grove Community High School).
In his opening address at GuyExpo 2007 where he spoke feelingly about his vision for Guyana, President Jagdeo adverted to three areas in which he desired a partnership with business.
Dear Editor, I have made several complains to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the police at the Anna Regina Police Station about an ongoing dust and noise nuisance from a cement bond at Cotton Field, Essequibo Coast.
Dear Editor, “Indeed new and evolving threats to our nation demand new and evolving initiatives to conquer them, if we apply old remedies we will have the same old results.” These are not my words but those of the new Chief of Staff of the Guyana Defence Force, Commodore Gary Best, as reported in the September 29 edition of your newspaper.
Dear Editor, I read a statement issued by the PNCR on the Karan Singh re-appointment or perhaps more appropriately re-call for the position of Managing Director of the GWI.
Dear Editor, Now the People’s National Congress Reform Biennial Congress is finished, what next?
Dear Editor, I am very happy to see that you have given space to Ms Bulkan to highlight the practices of Barama.
Dear Editor, It took seven years to get justice; it was a hard and tedious task.
Dear Editor, Sanctions, trade embargoes, the freezing of assets, etc, are some of the strategies employed by the UN and USA against governments that seem not to conform to the dictates of the USA.
The withdrawal of ministry advertisements from this newspaper by GINA started in November 2006.
Minister of Home Affairs Clement Rohee recently told this newspaper that he had identified a connection between the escape of inmates from the Mazaruni Prison and a similar escape from the Lusignan Prison in 1999.
Dear Editor, In the January 17, 2006 Kaieteur News article titled “Police presence likely on the streets until World Cup” the Guyana Police Force is reported as saying that since the heightened patrol began on November 15, there was a significant decline in murder, armed robberies statistics etc.
Dear Editor, The newly built Pine Street Nursery School located in Industrial Area Linden is closely surrounded by bush which needs to be properly cleared, making the school less hidden and more in clear view.
Dear Editor, Tuesday January 30, 2007 marked the 1st anniversary of the death of my brother, talk show host and political activist Ronald Waddell, who was brutally executed by merciless murderers and cowards of the underworld who seem to have immunity for the murders they commit.
Dear Editor, The Stabroek News and the Kaieteur News sell like hot cakes at Santa Rosa Village, Moruka sub-region.