Letters to the Editor

Financial independence

Thursday, March, 21 2019    

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We must condemn

Wednesday, March, 20 2019    

Dear Editor,The Jamaica Council for Interfaith Fellowship unequivocally condemns the wanton, unprovoked murder of men, women and children in New Zealand last Friday as they were engaged in the act of worship. Read More

J'can pastors are a bunch of jokers

Wednesday, March, 20 2019    

Dear Editor,Throughout history the Christian Church has built universities, research institutes and charities. Though some churches continue to promote human flourishing, modern Christianity in Jamaica is essentially a joke. Read More

Half Moon subcontractors-owed story not on the money

Wednesday, March, 20 2019    

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Use culture to transform nation

Wednesday, March, 20 2019    

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Vuvuzela nuisance

Wednesday, March, 20 2019    

Dear Editor, The use of vuvuzela horns has now become so commonplace in Jamaica that they are a significant and constant feature at not only our sporting events but also major shows and concerts. Read More

St Thomas has so much potential

Tuesday, March, 19 2019    

Dear Editor,I am concerned about rural development. I am from St Thomas and much of our parish remains unchanged since the 1865 Morant Bay Rebellion. Read More

Legal puzzles concerning pregnant women

Tuesday, March, 19 2019    

Dear Editor,In my first book, A Matter of Principle (second edition, 2003), I raised some of these issues, but they bear repetition now amidst the abortion dialogue. Read More

We pray for the victim and Bishop Bennett

Tuesday, March, 19 2019    

Dear Editor,On Wednesday, March 13, 2019 the Jamaica Observer weekly edition of O-Wrap carried a title, 'Mandeville ex-bishop banned', and similarly ran a piece, 'Catholic church bans former Mandeville bishop accused for sexual harassment'. Read More

Establish an Emergency Tuition Fund

Tuesday, March, 19 2019    

Dear Editor,Minister of Finance Dr Nigel Clarke recently released a budget that has reignited hope for many economic sectors and individuals, especially owners of small businesses and students with arrangements with the Students' Loan Bureau (SLB). Read More

Miserere Domine!

Monday, March, 18 2019    

Dear Editor,In respect of the tragedy which occurred in New Zealand last Friday, I offer my sympathy to all those who are suffering. They should know that the positive citizens of this world are with them, if even in spirit, at this time. Thus:  Read More

Let's stand against illegal transport practices

Monday, March, 18 2019    

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Leaders must do better!

Monday, March, 18 2019    

Dear Editor,I was watching the nightly newscast on Friday and was appalled at the sight of the nomination candidate for Portland Eastern riding on the back of a motor bike with her husband and the two were not wearing any helmets. Read More

It's folly to give $1b to Ministry of Economic Growth & Job Creation

Monday, March, 18 2019    

Dear Editor,I do agree with the 65 per cent of Jamaicans who gave the minister of finance's budget presentation such high marks. Read More

Just a tricky Lada

Monday, March, 18 2019    

Dear Editor,Damion Crawford, the People's National Party's candidate in the upcoming by-election in Portland Eastern, appeared to be a mildly pleasant fellow until the media report of March 4, 2019. Read More



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