Sat | Feb 16, 2019

Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir: “You hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of your own eye; and then shall you see clearly to cast out the mote out of your brother’s eye!” (Matthew 7:5). Why the hullabaloo about the Petrojam scandal? When I...

THE EDITOR, Sir: There are several dolphin interaction facilities already in Jamaica. Why more? The risk this activity places on an already overexploited Discovery Bay is very serious. Discovery Bay is already heavily contaminated due to decades of...

THE EDITOR, Sir: With high levels of political cronyism defacing Petrojam and ramshackling the Ministry of Energy, is Fayval Williams favourable for this portfolio? There is a raft of question marks hovering over her recent appointment and whether...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I have been watching each day the dying of our (Jamaican) honey-bees ever since I visited St Thomas. I am angry that this is happening, knowing the crucial role honey-bees play in our food source. I see them falling to the ground...

The Government, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, will be working to leverage new opportunities in both traditional and non-traditional partner countries to support trade, investment, and technical cooperation pursuits.

It is quite unfortunate that there is need to convince some debaters and lawmakers to defend the beginning of human life. It is incontestable that all human life begins at the time of conception and takes form during the time of gestation in a mother’s womb...

The latest twist to the Petrojam scandal is nothing short of disgraceful, and I am calling for taxpayers’ money, which was paid out to former management staff in what seems to be an indecent pay-off, to be returned forthwith...

Prior to Independence, Jamaica’s economy was focused on agriculture, with the majority of the labour force employed in the production of sugar, banana, and tobacco. Since Independence, mining, manufacturing, remittance, and tourism...

After rapping with a female police officer on Tuesday, I was moved to highlight a discomforting problem faced by the district constable at her workplace by the Half-Way Tree Police Station...

The National Task Force Against Trafficking In Persons is seeking 10,000 volunteers to aid in the fight against the scourge in Jamaica.
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