Mon | Dec 18, 2017

Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir:The minister of national security promised the police and the country that he would ensure that, by Christmas, the police got the remaining cars that O'Brien's International Car Sales...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I wonder how long it will take for officials and players now at the helm of West Indies cricket to recognise that the ship is gone off course and headed for disaster.Tony Becca is spot on in saying they talk too much, and here I add...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Jamaica Moves is an excellent initiative to raise awareness of the need for exercise and a healthy diet to prevent non-communicable diseases, such as heart disease and diabetes. However, there is one neglected area of public...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Negril residents have been demonstrating for most of this week. They have been blocking roads and setting fire to tyres. They are angry!Earlier this week, two cousins were electrocuted by a live electrical wire that fell from a...

THE EDITOR, Sir:We have said that Chris Gayle is a batsman in a class by himself. That is true, indeed.But not only is he in a class by himself, he is in the greatest class ever.This young veteran has blasted his way to another milestone by smashing...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Let me start this letter by saying I am not political. I think country first. You see, I have no intention of migrating now or in the future, and as such, the state of our economy is very important to me.I am, therefore, writing this...

THE EDITOR, Sir:To those in wage talks, there are two roads ahead both under the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) guided targets. The first means lower wages for everyone. It may be a bit of bitter medicine for public sector workers, but the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:With Jamaica seeing over 1400 murders this year alone and 2017 being the year we saw a massive increase in violence against our children, our people are literally dying to be free; free from the hurt, pain, depression and most of all...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I have to give a hearty salute and congratulations to the members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force who have been out in Half-Way Tree or at the TGI Fridays intersection and other strategic spots to manage the influx of traffic that...

THE EDITOR, Sir:While we have been subject to hearing the pot calling the kettle black for months, now, it appears the pot will finally face its reflection. Since the change of administration the opposition People's National Party (PNP) has rapped...
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