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Will Trump ever change tune on COVID-19?

Thursday, October, 8 2020    

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The tragic irony of Trump's COVID-19 infection

Raulston Nembhard | Wednesday, October, 7 2020    

Earlier in September I said to my wife and a few family members that by the end of October US President Donald Trump would be infected by the novel coronavirus. To many observers who know of the modus operandi of the virus, this course seemed inevitable. Where I might... Read More

The elephant in the virtual room

Wednesday, October, 7 2020    

Dear Editor,I get palpitations at the thought of participating in another online meeting, which is the new norm of the novel coronavirus pandemic. It is not the fact of it being online that is so hard to bear, but the lack of balance the method represents. Read More

Reconsider taking committee chairs from Opposition

Wednesday, October, 7 2020    

Dear Editor,The Jamaica Chamber of Commerce (JCC) is of the view that great care should be taken in the conduct of the nation's affairs to ensure that initiatives designed to heighten transparency and accountability are not compromised. Read More

TechNOlogical access to tertiary education

Wednesday, October, 7 2020    

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Level the Customs playing field

Wednesday, October, 7 2020    

Dear Editor,I am writing this letter as a concerned member of the Jamaican retail industry. Read More

Salute amazing mental health professionals

Wednesday, October, 7 2020    

Dear Editor,October 4-10, 2020 is being recognised as Mental Health Week in Jamaica. As a mental health patient and advocate I would like to raise a toast to the amazing mental health professionals at Percy Junor Health Centre in Spalding, Clarendon. Read More

Poor man deserves a space at tech table

Tuesday, October, 6 2020    

Dear Editor, COVID-19 has reinforced the view presented by historian Philip Curtin of two Jamaicas.Curtin's analysis ended in 1865. However, the reality of the inequalities in this society still continues today. Read More

Revisit how our teachers are trained

Tuesday, October, 6 2020    

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Trump lost more than the debate!

Tuesday, October, 6 2020    

Dear Editor,I read Teddylee Gray's comments in the Jamaica Observer (October 2, 2020), in which he suggested that Donald Trump won the first US presidential debate. I wondered if we watched the same event! Read More

How to beat COVID-19 before it beats us

Tuesday, October, 6 2020    

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Allan Rickards was a tower of strength

Monday, October, 5 2020    

Dear Editor,I am deeply saddened at the passing of Allan Rickards, who was a stalwart in the Agricultural Commodity Association representing sugar cane, citrus, banana, and livestock. Read More

Protect the elderly from COVID-19

Monday, October, 5 2020    

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Highlighting economics of creative areas

Monday, October, 5 2020    

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Hail, Jeanette Grant-Woodham

Monday, October, 5 2020    

Dear Editor,The death, on September 7, of Jeanette Grant-Woodham, former principal of Tivoli Gardens High School, president of the Senate, deputy foreign minister and women's advocate marks the end of an era. Read More



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