Letters to the Editor

Politicians need to seriously lay down the law on transport sector and littering

Dear Editor,Politicians should exhibit leadership by showing that they are serious about national development. Read More

Seaga admitted some wrongdoing

Thursday, June, 13 2019    

Dear Editor, Read More

CMU must facilitate the probe

Thursday, June, 13 2019    

Dear Editor,I am growing increasingly disappointed in Dr Fritz Pinnock, president of Caribbean Maritime University (CMU). Read More

Secret weapon of the paedophile

Thursday, June, 13 2019    

Dear Editor, Read More

We will miss Martin Henry

Thursday, June, 13 2019    

Dear Editor,Prominent Jamaican academic, political and current affairs commentator and newspaper columnist Martin Henry's death is an enormous loss to the media landscape and the University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech). Read More

Is water really life?

Wednesday, June, 12 2019    

Dear Editor,When we are receiving the one commodity that they are supposed to supply us paying customers, the National Water Commission is happy to tell us that “water is life”. Read More

Kingston is not Jamaica!

Wednesday, June, 12 2019    

Dear Editor,Thanks to columnist Garfield Higgins for a very good article in the Jamaica Observer on Sunday, June 9, 2019.Rural development has always been placed on the back burner, and its full time to change that. Read More

For the fathers...

Wednesday, June, 12 2019    

Dear Editor,Sunday June 16 will be Father's Day. As is customary, I don't expect any fanfare, unlike Mother's Day. I don't think there will be many advertisements, shopping, concerts, special treats or great curiosity leading up to and on Father's Day. Read More

It's good he pepper-sprayed one of his own

Wednesday, June, 12 2019    

Dear Editor,It seems everyone has an opinion on the incident in which the cop pepper-sprayed a reported retired officer recently. So I do, too. Read More

The cop was wrong!

Wednesday, June, 12 2019    

Dear Editor,I am surprised that many people have seemingly justified the actions of the pepper-spraying cop during a traffic violation stop as circulated on social media. Read More

Legalising Obeah before term limits?

Wednesday, June, 12 2019    

Dear Editor,It is rather strange to me that the Government of Jamaica has decided to focus time and resources on the legalisation of Obeah when there are more pressing matters to be dealt with. Read More

1,2,3,4... and you're pepper-sprayed

Tuesday, June, 11 2019    

Dear Editor,The widely circulated video of a retired police officer being pepper-sprayed by a member of the Jamaica Constabulary Force has generated widespread discussion. Read More



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