Letters to the Editor

Keep parliamentary committees working

Thursday, October, 4 2018    

Dear Editor,The recent report by the Auditor General's Department on 'Jamaica's preparedness for implementation of sustainable development goals (SDGs)' had an interesting finding involving the internal and external parliamentary committee. Read More

Time longer than rope, Minister Chang!

Wednesday, October, 3 2018    

Dear Editor, Read More

Excessive use of emergency flashing lights raises suspicions against police

Wednesday, October, 3 2018    

Dear Editor,Is there a protocol for the police in using flashing blue lights?In my area it is now the norm (fashionable) to see the police vehicles driving slowly, especially at nights, through the community with flashing blue lights. Read More

Lack of critical thinking stymies implementation of PEP

Wednesday, October, 3 2018    

Dear Editor, Read More

Ban on 'scandal bags' not the

Wednesday, October, 3 2018    

Dear Editor,It is short-sighted, at best, to ban cheap plastic bags, for the ill effects will far outweigh the benefits. Read More

Cholera outbreak suffering Zimbabweans

Wednesday, October, 3 2018    

Dear Editor, Read More

Reforms needed in Zimbabwe

Tuesday, October, 2 2018    

Dear Editor,Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa, president of Zimbabwe, tells US media he won't cling to the office considering how questionable the way he got the presidency.Truth is, his track record so far is doubtful. Read More

Fix Vision 2030 accountability mechanism

Tuesday, October, 2 2018    

Dear Editor, Read More

ACP/EU Post-Cotonou Negotiations off to a start

Tuesday, October, 2 2018    

Dear Editor,Reports coming out of Europe this weekend indicate that the ACP/EU Post-Cotonou negotiations commenced on Friday, September 28, 2018 in the margins of the UN General Assembly in New York. Read More

Running out of time

Tuesday, October, 2 2018    

Dear Editor, Read More

Damion Crawford — public speaker with a difference

Tuesday, October, 2 2018    

Dear Editor,I have seen the calls indicating that the leader of the Opposition, Peter Phillips, should integrate Damion Crawford more into the affairs of the People's National Party (PNP). Read More

Hats off to liver transplant surgeons

Monday, October, 1 2018    

Dear Editor, Just last week medicine in Jamaica got a major win when two young boys with biliary atresia got liver transplants at the Bustamante Children's Hospital thanks to Jacksonville surgeons. Read More

Where was marijuana all this time?

Monday, October, 1 2018    

Dear Editor,The 180-degree turnaround in how the medical fraternity; transnational and local governments, their agencies, and commercial interests now view marijuana and its medicinal derivatives makes me uncomfortably suspicious, to say the least. Read More

Bring more technology to the crime fight

Monday, October, 1 2018    

Dear Editor,In a statement on September 28, 2018, Minister of National Security Dr Horace Chang declared his disconnection with the reality that surrounds the tsunami of crime that has been overwhelming Jamaica for the past decade. Read More

No easy fix to Three Miles dislocation

Monday, October, 1 2018    

Dear Editor,There's indeed no simple solution to address the current situation faced by the business people in the Marcus Garvey and Three Miles area. Read More



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