Letters to the Editor

Cricket has got me thinking...

Wednesday, July, 12 2017    

Dear Editor,The Jamaica Observer editorial of Monday, July 10, 2017 on West Indies cricket is very interesting. It has brought back some memories and has triggered certain thoughts. Read More

Why did NEPA change its mind?

Wednesday, July, 12 2017    

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Let's tackle smaller evils first!

Tuesday, July, 11 2017    

Dear Editor,I have to conclude that successive governments and their consultants have arrived at a point where they don't know what to do to stem the degradation of our society as far as values, attitudes, crime and violence are concerned. Read More

BSJ now trying to play catch-up

Tuesday, July, 11 2017    

Dear Editor,The Bureau of Standards Jamaica (BSJ) has been issuing public advisories that, as of July 1, we should desist from purchasing sugar that is not properly packaged and labelled for our consumption. Read More

Police need access to drone technology

Tuesday, July, 11 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

God helps those who help themselves, Senator

Monday, July, 10 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

$50 school late fee quashed

Monday, July, 10 2017    

I recently listened to a Nationwide radio clip that highlighted an interview with Minister of Education Senator Ruel Reid conducted by Cliff Hughes. Read More

We know the truth

Monday, July, 10 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

The truth it is!

Monday, July, 10 2017    

Dear Editor,Sir Winston Churchill once said to his colleagues, The truth is incontrovertible, panic may resent it, ignorance may deride it, malice may distort it, but the truth it is.Dudley Fraserdudleyfraser@aol.com Read More

Marriage doesn't make a woman a sex slave

Monday, July, 10 2017    

Dear Editor,The review of the Sexual Offences Act on the issue of marital rape has sparked and highlighted many conversations that place women within our society at a major disadvantage. Read More

JLP is 74 and...

Monday, July, 10 2017    

Dear Editor,July 8, 2017 the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) turned 74 years old, having been founded in 1943 by its first leader, National hero Sir Alexander Bustamante. Read More

Reverse $50 PMF, Digicel!

Friday, July, 7 2017    

Dear Editor,The Consumer Advisory Committee on Utilities (CACU) would like to express its disappointment with the recent imposition by Digicel Jamaica of a Prepaid Maintenance Fee (PMF) on customers with a monthly spend of less than $50. Read More

Take warning!

Friday, July, 7 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

Recent outburst of violence looks suspicious

Friday, July, 7 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

Zone of special operations Bill disappointing

Friday, July, 7 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More



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