Letters to the Editor

Leave our schools' names alone!

Thursday, April, 12 2018    

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Save our boys

Thursday, April, 12 2018    

Dear Editor,It is really time for us to rethink our ideas of gender within this country because, quite frankly, rape is rape. There are no ifs, buts or maybes about it. Read More

Build a dam!

Thursday, April, 12 2018    

Dear Editor,With the exploration of oil in and offshore Jamaica, the experts forecast that within the next three years we will know the future of oil. Read More

The crisis of trust continues

Wednesday, April, 11 2018    

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Does Holness really care about human rights?

Wednesday, April, 11 2018    

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Be brave!

Wednesday, April, 11 2018    

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CCTV systems are not new in Jamaica

Tuesday, April, 10 2018    

Dear Editor,The euphoria being expressed about the launch of a closed circuit television (CCTV) system in Jamaica, dubbed JamaicaEye, requires a dose of realism. Read More

Don't sabotage JamaicaEye with propaganda

Tuesday, April, 10 2018    

Dear Editor,The deeper we look at Jamaica's national security landscape the more apparent it becomes that some people just don't want this system to work. Read More

Water meter woes

Tuesday, April, 10 2018    

Dear Editor, In the Jamaica Observer published on April 3, 2018 the National Water Commission invites customers to check their connections regularly. Read More

Cornwall Regional dilemma speaks to bigger lack of maintenance issue

Tuesday, April, 10 2018    

Dear Editor,I'm now convinced that political division is going to cost us far more than we could ever imagine in Jamaica. Read More

Enforcement! Enforcement! Enforcement!

Monday, April, 9 2018    

Dear Editor,In November 2017, when the then minister of national security signalled the Government's intention to extend the traffic ticket amnesty, I predicted that nothing would happen to delinquent motorists choosing to ignore the amnesty. Read More

Harmony Cove project languishing too long

Monday, April, 9 2018    

Dear Editor,After decades of debate transcending several political administrations it finally seems the sleepy town of Port Royal, once dubbed the “Wickedest City on Earth”, will be roaring back to life. Read More

Seems no corrupt politicians in Ja

Monday, April, 9 2018    

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Dr Campbell doesn't impress us

Monday, April, 9 2018    

Dear Editor,On April 5, 2018 we listened to Opposition spokesperson on health, Dr Dayton Campbell, fight to prove the minister of health wrong about the closure of the Cornwall Regional Hospital. Read More



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