Letters to the Editor

Prosecute corrupt persons quickly

Thursday, August, 31 2017    

Dear Editor,It is not strange to hear about corruption in Jamaica, or is it foreign to hear that people were fired for their involvement it. Read More

Funding education must be priority #1

Thursday, August, 31 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

We must manage China-Ja projects

Thursday, August, 31 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

Why no one of note remembers Boycott

Thursday, August, 31 2017    

Dear Editor,The unprovoked comment made Geoffrey Boycott about three of our West Indian legends is most unfortunate and he should be dropped as a panellist for BBC for series between the West Indies and England. Read More

Let boys cry; let men cry

Thursday, August, 31 2017    

Dear Editor,One day last week, while in my house, I overheard my neighbour shouting at her young son, “Stop crying, only ooman cry, I'm growing you to be a man, not a gyal!” Read More

Curious delay in declaring ZOSOs

Wednesday, August, 30 2017    

Dear Editor,The spate of murders and criminality in Farm, Clarendon, over the past week is an unpleasant reminder of how lawlessness has taken over, with no seeming end in sight. Read More

We know hero when we see it

Wednesday, August, 30 2017    

Dear Editor,The honour of being named a national hero of Jamaica has absolutely nothing to do with need, nor should there be any thought of limitations as to numbers. I believe it is foolish to ask whether there is need for another or other heroes. Read More

Not all jobs are jobs

Wednesday, August, 30 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

We breed what we put up with

Wednesday, August, 30 2017    

Dear Editor,We must not put up with 'slackness'.It is definitely wrong to hate, but we must be careful who or what we choose to tolerate, because tolerance breeds acceptance. Read More

Teach money management early

Tuesday, August, 29 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

Masterbuilders needs to learn from the building masters

Tuesday, August, 29 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

A real halt needed to the bloodletting in Jamaica

Tuesday, August, 29 2017    

Dear Editor,Here are a few suggestions to curb the bloodletting:1) Government must temporarily disband the Firearm Licensing Authority and all firearm licences already issued recalled until that entire operation is revamped. Read More

Let the prophets have a go at crime

Tuesday, August, 29 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

Having a criminal record shouldn't doom someone

Tuesday, August, 29 2017    

Dear EditorThe Firearm Licensing Authority investigations have revealed that people with criminal records got firearms licences. Our corruption-enabling society is up in arms that such a thing happened. Read More

Proper drainage is only one part of problem

Tuesday, August, 29 2017    

Dear Editor,Can drainage stop record levels of rainfall? Read More



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