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Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir:I am really beginning to wonder if Andrew Holness is serious about governance and stemming corruption in Jamaica.When Mr Holness was sworn in as prime minister, he promised that he would be new and different, demanding transparency...

THE EDITOR, Sir:On Saturday, September 15, thousands of Jamaicans turned out to clean Jamaica's beaches on International Coastal Clean-up Day. Two days later, torrential rain from the remnants of Tropical Storm Isaac has undoubtedly undone their...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I welcome the ban on (some) plastics and styrofoam! This is not just an environmental issue. When plastics and styrofoam contaminate our soil, rivers and marine areas, they are also contaminating our food source. Styrene and...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I recently had the opportunity to read the republication of Peter Espeut's first official column in The Gleaner, 'Lean and mawgah government', in February this year.I wonder if he has thought to revisit the same subject with...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The recent People's National Party (PNP) vice-presidential election results point to a very interesting future in local politics.Both the PNP and the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) have had leaders of various styles. The PNP, more so...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Dear Flow TV, You disappeared from my TV screen (FLOW a/c 50320437) on Friday, August 10, 2018, and as at writing Monday, September 17, 2018, you have not come back. I have made 11 calls and sent four emails to your...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I am very sorry to hear what happened to Shanoya Wray.The phenomenon of improper student-teacher relations has been a subject of interest in Jamaica for years. It happened to me.I was in eighth grade or so when a male teacher started...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The delegates of the People's National Party (PNP) voted nationally because they heard the cry of renewal. The three new challengers defeated two candidates who've been there since 2006.Is it that because the majority of the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:This is an open letter to columnist Mark Wignall in relation to the subhead 'Youre confusing me, Howard Mitchell') in his Sunday Gleaner column 'Gunmen on attack for a reason' (September 16, 2018).Mark, you are confused because you...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The Discovery Bay Community Development Committee (CDC) wishes to thank all those who helped with the 'Save Our Beaches ' campaign to ensure that Jamaicans continue to have free beach access to Peach Beach.The support from those who...
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