Letters to the Editor

JPS darkness in Moneague

Thursday, October, 19 2017    

Dear Editor,I live in Moneague, St Ann, and I have been compelled to conclude that this area must be at the lowest level of the Jamaica Public Service's priority list. Read More

The Bolivarian Revolution is back on track in Venezuela

Wednesday, October, 18 2017    

Dear Editor,So, just as I expected, President Nicholas Maduro's United Socialist Party (PSUV) won 17 of the 23 governorships that were up for grabs in the recent gubernatorial elections in Venezuela. Read More

Respect for the struggles of our national heroes

Wednesday, October, 18 2017    

Dear Editor,We have just celebrated Monday, October 16, 2017 as National Heroes' Day — the day on which we remind ourselves of the people we have raised to our highest level of national recognition: national heroes. Read More

Great civility during political elections

Wednesday, October, 18 2017    

Dear Editor,Political amiability has come a long way from the deviousness of the 1970s. Read More

It's high time we audited Ja's debt

Wednesday, October, 18 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

Warmington's politics of victimisation must not be condoned

Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

Dismantle the garrisons now!

Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

Dear Editor,The National Democratic Movement (NDM) welcomes and endorses the recent call by Justice Minister Delroy Chuck for the People's National Party (PNP) and Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) to dismantle the garrisons. Read More

Sushil Jain set an example

Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

Dear Editor,I felt sadness on Friday when I learned that Sushil Jain had passed away on Tuesday, October 10. Read More

Don't fight the conversation; people in pews are not idiots

Tuesday, October, 17 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

Justice denied!

Monday, October, 16 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

Who's my hero?

Monday, October, 16 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

Resocialise women!

Monday, October, 16 2017    

Dear Editor,Jamaica has the highest percentage of female managers globally, at 59 per cent, and more women than men are accessing tertiary education. However, like our men, they need to be resocialised. Read More

Admit it, Vaz!

Monday, October, 16 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

Let the good ones serve

Friday, October, 13 2017    

Dear Editor,Dr Shane Alexis has done what he should have a long time ago. He has now taken to the necessary steps to gain Jamaican citizenship. When the process is complete all will be settled. Read More

'Sweet a mouth, hot a belly'

Friday, October, 13 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More



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