Letters to the Editor

Police corruption is everywhere

Monday, July, 17 2017    

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What a difference

Monday, July, 17 2017    

Dear Editor, I have listened to the many excuses people come up with to justify Audley Shaw's massive cell-phone bill. Read More

EOJ ready for by-election in any constituency

Friday, July, 14 2017    

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That excuse does not fly with me, Messrs Golding, Shaw

Friday, July, 14 2017    

Dear Editor,Let me just ask a question because it seems like the people who run Jamaica do not have the necessary brain cells needed to figure things out. Read More

Talk may be cheap, but data isn't!

Friday, July, 14 2017    

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OCG is losing credibility

Thursday, July, 13 2017    

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Talk ain't cheap!

Thursday, July, 13 2017    

Dear Editor,It is outrageous that the minister of finance, under the 'prosperity' Jamaica Labour Party-led Government, reportedly racked up a phone bill of $8 million within a one-year period. Read More

School stats not showing complete picture

Thursday, July, 13 2017    

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System error!

Thursday, July, 13 2017    

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They should pay for their high phone bills

Wednesday, July, 12 2017    

Dear Editor,The following is an open letter to Audley Shaw, minister of finance and the public service:  Read More

Cricket has got me thinking...

Wednesday, July, 12 2017    

Dear Editor,The Jamaica Observer editorial of Monday, July 10, 2017 on West Indies cricket is very interesting. It has brought back some memories and has triggered certain thoughts. Read More

Why did NEPA change its mind?

Wednesday, July, 12 2017    

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Let's tackle smaller evils first!

Tuesday, July, 11 2017    

Dear Editor,I have to conclude that successive governments and their consultants have arrived at a point where they don't know what to do to stem the degradation of our society as far as values, attitudes, crime and violence are concerned. Read More

BSJ now trying to play catch-up

Tuesday, July, 11 2017    

Dear Editor,The Bureau of Standards Jamaica (BSJ) has been issuing public advisories that, as of July 1, we should desist from purchasing sugar that is not properly packaged and labelled for our consumption. Read More

Police need access to drone technology

Tuesday, July, 11 2017    

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