Letters to the Editor

National advertising a must for political campaigns

Tuesday, September, 3 2019    

Dear Editor, I was watching the evening news and was thrown into nostalgic emotions as I heard a familiar sound from my childhood. It was the trumpet that was synonymous with People's National Party (PNP) announcements. Read More

Passing the torch

Tuesday, September, 3 2019    

Dear Editor,I am a Labourite, but I thought the new caretaker for Clarendon Central, Zulieka Jess, was a new and different politician. That's the impression she gave. Read More

Ken Baugh was a gentleman

Monday, September, 2 2019    

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When will Garvey's birthplace be restored?

Monday, September, 2 2019    

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Everyone at EMCVPA dropped the ball!

Monday, September, 2 2019    

Dear Editor,I bemoan the grave travesty to witness the sacrificial lynching of the principal of the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts (EMCVPA) Dr Nicholeen DeGrasse-Johnson. Read More

Traffic nightmare in the making!

Monday, September, 2 2019    

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Guarantees in contracts overdue

Monday, September, 2 2019    

Dear Editor,I find the prime minister's recent utterance on contracts to be somewhat lame, although it's the right argument. Read More

How to get away with m...isconduct?

Friday, August, 30 2019    

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Lots of blame to go around for the state of the Windies

Friday, August, 30 2019    

Dear Editor, The West Indies or I should say the Worst Indies have done it again, another dismal batting performance on a good wicket ideal for batting at home. Read More

Today is International Day of the Disappeared

Friday, August, 30 2019    

Dear Editor, Every year human rights defenders disappear without a trace across Africa, often no accountability of investigation is ensured. Read More

Phillips's time has passed!

Friday, August, 30 2019    

Dear Editor, I watched a painful interview with Leader of the Opposition Dr Peter Phillips on Nationwide News, hosted by the energetic Miss Kitty, The Fluffy Diva, who was probably too much for Dr Phillips in a confined space. Read More

Competing Comrades

Friday, August, 30 2019    

Dear Editor, Frankly, Comrades Ian Hayles and Dr Dayton Campbell need to offer themselves to the floor as direct challengers for the leadership of the People's National Party. Read More

Biggest party in sport returns to Sabina Park

Thursday, August, 29 2019    

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Good save, Commish

Thursday, August, 29 2019    

Dear Editor,The media report of new amendments to the Road Traffic Act, appearing to us as totally ascribed to the new head of traffic within the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), Assistant Commissioner of Police, Dr Gary Welsh, is frightening. Read More

NCB scores with mea culpas

Thursday, August, 29 2019    

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