Letters to the Editor

What will it take for the world to say enough?

Dear Editor,Darkness and terror continues to reign in our world and sometimes there is nothing to smile about. Read More

Public sector inefficiency still a problem
Dear Editor,I'm eagerly awaiting the transformation of the public sector. There are too many people simply warming chairs and occupying office spaces which rightfully they should not be in.... Read More

There's forgiveness in the message
Dear Editor,... Read More

ZOSO is brilliant PR
Dear Editor,Apart from giving citizens a sense of surety that the Government is doing something about crime, the zones of special operations (ZOSO) initiative is not a long-term solution to crime.... Read More

One seems to be the new three for the PNP

Thursday, September, 21 2017    

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Why people do bad things

Thursday, September, 21 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

#SaveCockpitCountry!

Wednesday, September, 20 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

NHF had everything in place for smooth weigh-in day

Tuesday, September, 19 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

Seems like passive resistance to crime

Tuesday, September, 19 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

Phillips can't inspire, Bunting might 'tek di wuk'

Tuesday, September, 19 2017    

Dear Editor,It is sad to say that this is the first time in Jamaica's political history that there have been two Opposition leaders within the Jamaican political sphere. Read More

Can the PNP be more progressive?

Tuesday, September, 19 2017    

Dear Editor,As People's National Party (PNP) leader Peter Phillips sweated profusely as he articulated his party's message to Jamaica, we are still left asking what difference will his leadership bring to the 79-year-old organisation. Read More

Let aid not know race

Tuesday, September, 19 2017    

Dear Editor, Read More

Watch, but leave North Korea alone

Monday, September, 18 2017    

Dear Editor,What drives a country into possessing weapons of mass destruction that could kill millions of people and wipe an entire city off the map in one trip? Power, prestige, or protection? How about we go with pride and the licence to bully? Read More

Congrats new JFF boss, but...

Monday, September, 18 2017    

Dear Editor,The losing candidate in the presidential race for the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) presidency, Ambassador Stewart Stephenson strikes me as the type of person who could do much to transform the JFF. Read More



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