Letters to the Editor

Politics and the scare of corruption

Friday, May, 31 2019    

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Keep probing, PAAC!

Friday, May, 31 2019    

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'Local gov't and what it stands for'

Friday, May, 31 2019    

Dear Editor, This letter is in response to article written by H G Helps in the Sunday Observer of May 12, 2019, entitled 'Local gov't and what it doesn't stand for'.What does local government stand for? That's a good question. Read More

Public safety must be a priority!

Thursday, May, 30 2019    

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Labour conditions must suit the times

Thursday, May, 30 2019    

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Salute to Edward Seaga

Thursday, May, 30 2019    

Dear Editor, Citizens Action for Free and Fair Elections (CAFFE) joins the many people and entities who have been paying tribute to the late Edward Seaga. Read More

Reconsidering Edward Seaga

Thursday, May, 30 2019    

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The God who hears His children

Wednesday, May, 29 2019    

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Treat history as the marketable product it is

Wednesday, May, 29 2019    

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Don't let the blood of the innocent in May Pen be on your hands, PM

Wednesday, May, 29 2019    

The following is an open letter to Prime Minister Andrew Holness: Dear Editor, Read More

More than 70 years, more than a million have served

Wednesday, May, 29 2019    

Dear Editor,Today we honour more than one million men and women who have served as United Nations peacekeepers since our first mission in 1948.We remember the more than 3,800 personnel who paid the ultimate price. Read More

Build a substitute market in Manor Park

Tuesday, May, 28 2019    

Dear Editor,Although it needed to be demolished to facilitate the road widening, the episode of the removal of Constant Spring Market appears to have a callous streak to it, to say the least. Read More

Can't have your cake and eat it too on abortion

Tuesday, May, 28 2019    

Dear Editor,The abortion debate continues to rage on with strong arguments from both sides of the divide. Over the years this has become a thorny and divisive issue with global repercussions. Read More

Remember the ECC pioneers

Tuesday, May, 28 2019    

Dear Editor,I read with interest the recognition of Edward Seaga, Professor Maureen Samms-Vaughn and Maxine Henry-Wilson for outstanding contribution to the Early Childhood Commission. Read More

Development must follow development

Tuesday, May, 28 2019    

Dear Editor, This is an open letter to Prime Minister Andrew Holness: I'm happy that since my last letter to you regarding the proposed Bernard Lodge City a review of the project has been ordered. Read More



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