Letters to the Editor

Norman Manley is Father of the Nation

Dear Editor,It never ceases to amaze me that, since the inception of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), its supporters seem to think they can rewrite history, thus giving titles and accolades of praise to whomever they please. Read More

Possible intellectual theft in HR practices
Dear Editor,There is a common practice, particularly by government ministries and agencies, to ask job applicants to participate in a job assessment as part of the shortlisting process.... Read More

Crime philosophy
Dear Editor,If you look at Jamaica's crime predicament you have to evaluate all the factors that contribute to its manifestation. There are both social and economic factors.... Read More

Price of crime is our expensive lives
Dear Editor,The termite called crime is actively eating away the lives of precious Jamaicans while our leaders dodge the ball and show fingers in Parliament.... Read More

No BOJ 'pay windfall' for top-tier

Thursday, May, 3 2018    

Dear Editor,Reference is made to article entitled 'BOJ unionised staff enraged by exclusion from pay windfall', which was published in the Jamaica Observer of April 24, 2018. Read More

Strengthen press freedom and protect journalists

Thursday, May, 3 2018    

Dear Editor,A free press is essential for peace, justice and human rights for all. It is crucial to building transparent and democratic societies and keeping those in power accountable. It is vital for sustainable development. Read More

Hate to say it, but I told you so!

Thursday, May, 3 2018    

Dear Editor,I don't think, after April 26, 2018, any well-thinking person can continue to deny the fact that the People's National Party (PNP) has a problem with the control of crime by the Government. Read More

Keep state of emergency for 10 years

Thursday, May, 3 2018    

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Don't play politics with crime

Wednesday, May, 2 2018    

Dear Editor,The media and some members of the public have seemingly misinterpreted the statement made in Parliament last week by the Opposition Leader Dr Peter Phillips in relation to the extension of the state of emergency (SOE) in St James. Read More

Immunity certificates not for public trial; respect the courts

Linton Gordon | Wednesday, May, 2 2018    

I must express concern about the campaign being waged to conduct a trial in the media, primarily the printed media, of the three soldiers who have been charged in relation to the death of Keith Clarke. Read More

High oil prices do too much harm

Wednesday, May, 2 2018    

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10 questions on CRH

Wednesday, May, 2 2018    

Dear Editor,I have 12 questions regarding Cornwall Regional Hospital (CRH) aimed at gaining clarity and a better perspective of the CRH issue. The wider public may also be very interested in the answers.1. Was the CRH designed for tropical climates? Read More

It has to be an infection in the parliament

Wednesday, May, 2 2018    

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Get ahead of the high!

Wednesday, May, 2 2018    

Dear Editor,I do hope the Government and the appropriate regulatory authority of Jamaica are proactive and are aware of happenings on the international scene. Read More

Holness must do everything to get crime-fighting measures extended

Tuesday, May, 1 2018    

Dear Editor,I'm here sick and tired of the People's National Party and its leader, Peter Phillips. They aren't trying to spite the Government of Jamaica only, but also the people of Jamaica, especially those in St James. Read More



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