Letters to the Editor

Now uncommon hospitality

Thursday, April, 4 2019    

Dear Editor,The grind of our daily walk for survival in chaotic and uncertain times can insult our thinking and perspectives on the fruitfulness of contagious human synergy. Read More

Troubling signs ahead for the energy sector in Jamaica

Thursday, April, 4 2019    

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Will ISSA act now?

Thursday, April, 4 2019    

Dear Editor,I write regarding the disgusting, deplorable and despicable video making the rounds of Calabar boys leading a chant aimed at their rivals Kingston College. Read More

Leave the science to scientists

Thursday, April, 4 2019    

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We need your help, Minister Bartlett

Thursday, April, 4 2019    

This is an open letter to Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett: Dear Editor, Read More

JCC seeks clarity on relations with Venezuela

Wednesday, April, 3 2019    

Dear Editor,The Jamaica Council of Churches (JCC) notes with a measure of discomfort recent developments in the relationship between the Government of Jamaica and the Government of Venezuela. Read More

Calabar has lost its way

Wednesday, April, 3 2019    

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Russia one, US nil

Wednesday, April, 3 2019    

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Dear principals and boards of management

Wednesday, April, 3 2019    

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No right to abortion

Tuesday, April, 2 2019    

Dear Editor,Pro-choice activists are postulating that there is a right to abortion. Yet, in actuality, no such right exists. Read More

Students or athletes?

Tuesday, April, 2 2019    

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Reprimand both coach and physics teacher

Tuesday, April, 2 2019    

Dear Editor,I write concerning the complaint of Sanjaye Shaw, teacher of physics at Calabar High School.I shall comment based only on Shaw's account of the incident and will preface my comments with my personal experience in the school system. Read More

Higher calling

Tuesday, April, 2 2019    

Dear Editor,Out in the wild mysterious etherSomeone was needed to present the news and weatherThe CEO checked His slate,And, after very brief debate,Decided a Jamaican will ideally fill the slot. Read More

Abortion is what it is

Monday, April, 1 2019    

Dear Editor,I was in Parliament recently listening to the deliberations on the issue of abortion. One argument was that the unborn child is one of the woman's body parts, and she alone should decide whether to do away with the part or not. Read More

Between a rock and a hard place

Monday, April, 1 2019    

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