Letters to the Editor

C'wealth meeting proved reparation demand is nonsense
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Shaw seems a superb performer
Dear Editor,Pundits were arguing that the prime minister demoted Audley Shaw by making him the minister of industry, commerce, agriculture and fisheries.... Read More

Traffic! Traffic! Traffic!
Dear Editor,There is no decent way of describing the traffic situation on Mandela Highway in the mornings. To put it in the most Christian-like way, it is a test of sanity.... Read More

Look before you leap, PM, on proposed Heroes' Park plan

Monday, April, 23 2018    

Dear Editor,The following is an open letter to Andrew Holness, prime minister of Jamaica  Read More

Fear of hell

Monday, April, 23 2018    

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Disclose all facts for honest abortion debate

Friday, April, 20 2018    

Dear Editor,I write regarding the news report headlined 'Abortion plea' published Tuesday, April 10, 2018. Read More

History teachers must not encourage groupthink

Friday, April, 20 2018    

Dear Editor,Schools are expected to teach children how to think and analyse; however, if some policymakers are successful, pupils will be taught what to think. Read More

Respect for law and order lacking

Friday, April, 20 2018    

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To decriminalise buggery would fly in God's face

Friday, April, 20 2018    

Dear Editor,Jesus Christ had 12 disciples in His Cabinet when He was on Earth and none of them was a homosexual. Read More

I support big ideas, but Bernard Lodge City is not one of them

Thursday, April, 19 2018    

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Consider the lives saved, Madam Public Defender

Thursday, April, 19 2018    

Dear Editor, Public Defender Arlene Harrison-Henry needs to understand that the police in Jamaica, like elsewhere, use data to target individuals and drive anti-crime operations. Read More

SUFPJ welcomes T&T High Court ruling

Thursday, April, 19 2018    

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The mentally ill are no less Jamaican

Thursday, April, 19 2018    

Dear Editor,The recent incident involving a police officer in Linstead who was chopped by a mentally unstable person highlights the importance of getting the mentally ill off the streets so they can get care. Read More



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