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The really amazing dads know 'jackets'

Monday, June, 22 2020    

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A dubious legal presumption?

Monday, June, 22 2020    

Dear Editor,I gather it has been a time-honoured presumption in law that any child a married woman bears is her husband's. If this is a current reality, how defensible is the presumption in an age of 'jackets' and even 'wardrobes'? Read More

Inhumane!

Friday, June, 19 2020    

Dear Editor,This following is an open letter to the United Nations: For half of a society to walk or drive around in fear while in their birth country is worse than the fear of catching COVID-19. Read More

Appointments and departures

Friday, June, 19 2020    

Dear Editor,The earliest Jamaica could see its next general election is the last week of August. Read More

Holness and his outdated whatnot

Friday, June, 19 2020    

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No, Daryl!

Friday, June, 19 2020    

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No air, no air!

Friday, June, 19 2020    

Dear Editor,I find this very interesting that the gas stations in the north coast area, all of them, don't have working air pumps. Read More

Who's at work at the Blood Bank?

Friday, June, 19 2020    

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Stop playing games with our lives, Brogad!

Thursday, June, 18 2020    

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#BLM: The fight is a just one, the struggle sacred

Thursday, June, 18 2020    

Dear Editor,I don't think there is a single movement as important today as the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. Read More

Don't underestimate the JCF

Thursday, June, 18 2020    

Dear Editor,Many people knew little of the ability of the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) to take on a real war until May 2010 and the massive operation in west Kingston. Read More

#BlackIndigenousLivesMatter

Thursday, June, 18 2020    

Dear Editor,We, the Yukayeke Yamaye Guani, are indigenous Taino peoples of the Caribbean. Read More

New maths by the NWC?

Wednesday, June, 17 2020    

Dear Editor,I write to share my encounter with the National Water Commission's new maths. Read More

It is war!

Wednesday, June, 17 2020    

Le Chatelier's Principle states that if stress is added to a system, that set-up will act in a way to offset the stress. This is a principle of chemistry that can be applied to any system — although it is less precise for socio-economic systems because of their complexity with many... Read More

Nothing about accountability is 'bad mind'

Wednesday, June, 17 2020    

Dear Editor,The St Ann Municipal Corporation has been in the news a lot lately over questionable expenses. The corporation was offered a contract valued $47 million to sanitise the city. The funds apparently came from Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF). Read More



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