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Four years of 'labour' pains

Monday, March, 2 2020    

Dear Editor,Last week the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) celebrated its fourth year in office as our duly elected Government, but suffice it to say it has been four years of unbearable 'labour' pains. Read More

Don't blame taxi drivers!

Monday, March, 2 2020    

Dear Editor, Read More

The killing is not so random

Friday, February, 28 2020    

Dear Editor,I am a police officer stationed in the parish of St Andrew. This Government has been providing us with resources to fight crime, but there is some pushback in the Jamaica Constabulary Force higher up who seem to be politically motivated. Read More

Retrofitting and unconstitutional benefits

Friday, February, 28 2020    

Dear Editor,Parliament's Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has expressed concern about the $130 million on interim lease fees for local government offices off Hagley Park Road in the Kingston 10 area. Read More

Evidence is in the procedure, Minister McKenzie

Friday, February, 28 2020    

Dear Editor, Read More

Disorder in the city

Friday, February, 28 2020    

Dear Editor, Read More

Majoring in the minors

Friday, February, 28 2020    

Dear Editor, Read More

Devon House night noise nuisance

Thursday, February, 27 2020    

Dear Editor,The following is an open letter to Devon House Heritage Trust's board of management: I write to ask your cooperation regarding the disturbance caused by the collection of trash from Devon House. Read More

Caning is not an option!

Thursday, February, 27 2020    

Dear Editor, Read More

Political promises and spiritual declarations

Thursday, February, 27 2020    

Dear Editor,At the risk of losing friends and irritating people I must point out that “has been/done” is not cogent proof of “will be/do” for humans, or even God. Read More

Let's hear from the PM

Thursday, February, 27 2020    

Dear Editor,I recently heard Prime Minister Andrew Holness speaking about how it was important for him to ask Ruel Reid to resign and how they are “professional” friends and blah, blah, and more blah. Read More

Residents surrounding Hope Gardens and zoo not happy!

Thursday, February, 27 2020    

Dear Editor,Jamaica Rum Festival, to be held in Hope Gardens, saddens and worries the residents of Hope Pastures about particularly the negative effects that noise nuisance has on health. Read More

Hope that improved safety results from catastrophe

Wednesday, February, 26 2020    

Dear Editor,The recent catastrophe in Mandeville highlights the poor safety observances, and seemingly non-existent safety systems in Jamaica. Read More

Mahoe Gaming Enterprises seeks to introduce innovative lottery entertainment products

Wednesday, February, 26 2020    

Dear Editor,We would like to take this opportunity to introduce Mahoe Gaming Enterprises Limited, a 100 per cent Jamaican-owned entity under my leadership as chairperson and supported by directors Paul B Scott and Lise-Anne Harris. Read More

Teach students empathy

Wednesday, February, 26 2020    

Dear Editor,In light of the increasing number of incidents of physical altercations in our schools it is important that we consider teaching our children empathy. Such instruction must be explicit and consistent. Read More



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