Dear Editor, I write on behalf of the New York/New Jersey Chapter of the AFC.
Dear Editor, Ranks that work with the special constabulary are not properly paid.
Dear Editor, There is one thing the newspapers do and that is to allow Tom and Dick and Harrylall to state their complaints.
Dear Editor, All complaints regarding serious charges of torture, corruption and other illegal actions involving government authorities should be conducted by independent investigators assigned to an equally independent oversight body.
Dear Editor, GNBS moves to regularise testing in the rice industry is welcome news for rice farmers because some rice millers are ripping off the farmers with moisture and dockage for a bag of padi.
Dear Editor, Since the PPP/C took office in 1992 the only thing they can say is “
Dear Editor, I have been an employee with the power company for over twenty years.
Dear Editor, I am very much concerned with what the power company GPL has embarked upon under the disguise of restructuring.
Dear Editor, After reading your article headlined “President favours truth commission to examine 50s and 60s” (SN, Jan.
On Tuesday we reported that Dominica had joined the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas, generally referred to by its Spanish acronym of ALBA.
Dear Editor, I refer to the letter of Carl Veecock, captioned “Should the police seize vehicles in these cases?” (08.01.08) and state that similar questions have troubled my mind.
Dear Editor, For the benefit of members of the public the NDIA would like to respond to a letter tilled “An $87 million dollars drainage pump” (KN 08.01.18).
Dear Editor, After having read, on so many occasions, coverage of the atrocity against a 10-year-old from Sisters Village, east bank, Berbice, who is my client, I feel it is only fitting that I offer a response to the public at large and more specifically to those who have either called or written to offer their support, both to me and little Ranvanlee.
Dear Editor, As a property owner and concerned resident of Georgetown, I write to state my considerable concern and at what I consider to be grossly unfair and unlawful practices being employed by the Tax Office of the Georgetown City Council.
Dear Editor, Why is torture wrong? 1. It is inhumane and degrading treatment or punishment.
Dear Editor, Section 8 (1) of the Justices Protection Act Cap 5:09 of the Laws of Guyana reads as follows: No action shall be brought against a justice for anything done by him in the execution of his office unless the action is commenced within six calendar months next after the act complained of has been committed.
Dear Editor, A number of schools in this new academic term are still without appointed head teachers and deputy head teachers and this has created quite a vacuum.
Dear Editor, Some time in the early seventies, our now late father, David Singh loaned a family property located at 91 Smythe Street, Georgetown, to the People’s National Congress (PNC).
Dear Editor, I believe that this year will be decisive in determining the political direction of the nation.
Dear Editor, With regards to recent comments on the airing of Hindi songs on radio, I think all the ethnic groups in Guyana should have equitable or fair access to radio programmess airing music in their “ethnic” language.
Mind-boggling atrocities, many committed against children, are being attested to as the trial of former Liberian president Charles Taylor proceeds in The Hague.
Dear Editor, The West Indies Cricket team’s performance in South Africa is indeed refreshing and exciting.
Dear Editor, It would seem to be the case that the new traffic laws are being happily exploited by certain members of the police service in Georgetown.
Dear Editor, I fully support the view of Vishnu Bisram that Eusi Kwayana should be awarded Guyana highest honour.
Dear Editor, Mr Cullen Bess-Nelson, the photographer who took the front page picture (Sunday Chronicle, January 13, 2008) of the horse straining to pull the overweight cart could have: i.
Dear Editor, It is with much concern that I am compelled to write on some grossly inaccurate information coming from Mr Donald Duff in his Sports Comment in the Saturday 12th January, ’08 edition of Stabroek News.
Dear Editor, Your guest editorial “The Necessity for Power Sharing in Guyana” of 12 January 2008 was a powerful one.
Dear Editor, I am assuming that there is a special national body that is responsible for gathering and studying data and deciding on who are eligible for national honours.
Dear Editor, Your Wednesday (Jan. 16) lead news story, headlined “PNC-era weapons trigger probe” has to be the worst politically-hatched tactical offensive by the PPP regime against the PNC, and it deserves to be exposed for the fraud it is.
Dear Editor, Guyanese-Americans can be found in almost all of the states in the US but the largest chunk are found in the New York metro and Florida-Georgia.
Dear Editor, Trinidad & Tobago has been touted as a very developed country, self-sufficient in all things, with the highest GDP in the Caribbean, and with an unemployment figure of almost nil, to the extent that the Government is seeking workers (labourers) from the Phillippines to cope with the building boom.
Dear Editor, I always have to pose myself the question whether to reply or not.
Dear Editor, It was extremely refreshing to hear the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, the Honourable Baldwin Spencer in opening the 5th Triennial Delegates Conference, paying a well earned tribute to the Guyana Labour Union.
Dear Editor, In the latter part of 2007, Dr. Ramsammy boldly announced that Guyanese were consuming alcohol in epidemic proportions and vowed to take steps to curb the crisis.
Dear Editor, In relation to the pending negotiations between the Government of Guyana (GOG) and GT&T over the terms of GT&T’s future operations in Guyana it should be noted that cellular service can be used to help increase telephone penetration in Guyana, especially in those interior areas where population is sparse and where running wired telephone lines is very expensive on a per capita basis.
Next Monday Americans will celebrate Martin Luther King Day. It is a national holiday for a national hero, the only black man to be so honoured in the United States.
Dear Editor, I refer to your story published on Wednesday, January 16, 2008, concerning the transition of ‘Merundoi’ into an NGO[http://www.stabroeknews.com/index.pl/article_general_news?id=56537063].
Dear Editor, Why is it that we are so often our worst enemy?
Dear Editor, It’s a brand- new year but press conferences coming out of the President’s Office are still coming into our homes in the same old way.
Dear Editor, I am most horrified by the barbaric treatment that the child was subjected to in your story.
Dear Editor, On Friday September 21, 2007 my son Delwin Dexter Mc Queen of Lot 58 Howes Street Charlestown, aged fourteen now deceased was dressed in white and green, the uniform of South Ruimveldt Secondary.
Dear Editor, Something about Dr. Prem Misir’s letter captioned “These funds for scrutineers were not appropriated through Parliament” (08.10.15) helped to crystallise my thoughts on a matter.
Dear Editor, Tears came to my eyes when I read the story “Berbice police trying to “settle” child beating case-lawyer” in your edition of January 16, 2008.
Dear Editor, I refer to articles published in the Con-sumer’s Corner of the Sunday Stabroek of January 6 and 13, 2008 which articles purported to inform on the World Day of Prayer.
Dear Editor, Mr. Martin Roberts in his letter captioned ” I still say Ms.
Dear Editor, It appears from recent polling data that the Democratic Party may very well choose its first African-American for its candidate for the November Presidential contest.
Dear Editor, In his letter of January 15, captioned “There is a brotherhood in the media