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Smarten up the police, Chang

Dear Editor,This letter is in response to the Jamaica Observer editorial of November 25, 2020. Read More

Banks have forsaken some rural communities
Dear Editor,I recently travelled from Christiana to Falmouth, and while en route through communities of Ulster Spring, Jackson Town, and Clark's Town, there were no banks or automatic teller machines (ATMs) available for cash transactions.... Read More

'If yuh want good yuh nose haffi run'
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Violence against our children must end now
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Masks are effective, Teddylee

Thursday, November, 26 2020    

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IDEVAW: End Violence Against Women

Wednesday, November, 25 2020    

Dear Editor,The Institute for Gender and Development Studies Regional Coordinating Office (IGDS-RCO) of The University of the West Indies commemorates the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (IDEVAW) and 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based... Read More

PNP in disarray from personalities of the destructive kind

Wednesday, November, 25 2020    

Dear Editor,It is the unenviable task of the newly elected party president, Mark Golding, to try and rescue the People's National Party (PNP) from its present self-induced dilemma. His efforts to reshape the party to represent a viable alternative to the electorate are... Read More

Gov't should sacrifice Customs duties for education

Wednesday, November, 25 2020    

Dear Editor,It's over a week since the Andrew Holness-led Administration rejected calls for the removal of/waiver on import duties on tablet devices in order to facilitate the shortfall among students, due to the short-sightedness of the impact of the novel coronavirus... Read More

Caribbean must move beyond bipolar world

Wednesday, November, 25 2020    

Dear Editor,It is no secret that US influence globally has been declining. Even before Donald Trump's presidency the US saw sharp declines in its share of the world income and influence. With China's rise in the periphery, the US is confronted by the possibility of the... Read More

Still more talk on crime

Tuesday, November, 24 2020    

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A possible solution to the resumption of face-to-face classes

Tuesday, November, 24 2020    

Dear Editor,Recent news reports suggest that the return of children to school for face-to-face classes is being rolled out despite the coronavirus pandemic and the unknown effects it might have on the young population. Read More

Stop the slaughter of rural Jamaica

Tuesday, November, 24 2020    

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Holness needs to sit down with the enviros

Tuesday, November, 24 2020    

Dear Editor,Why is Prime Minister Andrew Holness in a war of words with the environmentalists? Read More

Maintaining the fight against gay law change

Tuesday, November, 24 2020    

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Why do we still suffer the same fate every time it rains?

Monday, November, 23 2020    

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