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Slow haste on data protection Bill

Dear Editor,The Press Association of Jamaica (PAJ) is calling on the Government to pull back, even at this stage, and revise problematic provisions of the Data Protection Act. Read More

Stop the decolonisation of education
Dear Editor,... Read More

The judge is as wise as Solomon
Dear Editor,The judge has been as wise as Solomon in the hair matter: Simply ask for the child to be 'spilt in half'.The true custodians of the nation must respond.... Read More

Leave Jamaica Moves alone!
Dear Editor,Listening to the Public Administration and Appropriations Committee (PAAC) and Permanent Secretary Dunstan Bryan answering questions in the Jamaica Moves soap opera the following was clear:... Read More

Worst of times are over for Guyana

Tuesday, August, 4 2020    

Dear Editor,Guyanese everywhere and Guyana's many friends are relieved and grateful that the worst of times are over. Now must begin the best of times.To President Irfan Ali and his new Government, I send congratulations on their election success. Read More

Tufton got it wrong!

Monday, August, 3 2020    

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Holness, JLP deserve a second term

Monday, August, 3 2020    

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JUTC service too poor

Monday, August, 3 2020    

Dear Editor,There has been much talk about the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) recently and it seems as if the Government doesn't have a viable plan or want to fix the situation, as they must be aware of the challenges that they have and are facing. Read More

People power toppled Michael Manley

Monday, August, 3 2020    

Dear Editor,It is often said that the power in people is stronger than the people in power. In socialist or Marxist circles they are usually referred to as the proletariat. Read More

Thanks, KingAlarm!

Monday, August, 3 2020    

Dear Editor,My relative was held up at gunpoint in the Spanish Town area last week. I was able to call KingAlarm, who responded immediately and were able to promptly track and recover the vehicle in the “bushes”. Read More

Expand school nurse role, increase pay

Friday, July, 31 2020    

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Holness, you're cutting ribbons you didn't tie

Friday, July, 31 2020    

Dear Editor,The following is an open letter to Prime Minister of Jamaica Andrew Holness:  Read More

Was Malahoo Forte discerning?

Friday, July, 31 2020    

Dear Editor,Assertions are declarations or strong statements implying truth without proof, and, when made by even the most learned and qualified people in high authority, they remain only opinions. Read More

A grateful nation thanks Jamaica Moves

Friday, July, 31 2020    

Dear Editor,With the media focus on Market Me Consulting Limited and Jamaica Moves over the past few weeks I must commend the firm for their commitment and dedication to improving the lives of all Jamaicans. Read More

Roadside death traps

Friday, July, 31 2020    

Dear Editor,There is an abundance of shops being built on road reservations all over Jamaica. But I want to zoom in on the community of Rock Hall in the parish of St Andrew. Read More



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