|Letter of the day - Christianity by convenience
THE EDITOR, Sir: ON ITS 8 a.m. newscast of Friday, January 17, 2003, Pacifica Radio Station WPFW (Washington DC) reported that Queen Elizabeth and her legal counsel had denied a request by Jamaican Rastafarians that reparations be paid to...
I am not missing in action
THE EDITOR, Sir: I READ your article in The Gleaner dated the 13th February 2003, under the caption: "St. Aubyn Missing in Action".
Disappointed with legal fraternity
THE EDITOR, Sir: IN MY opinion our legal fraternity (whom we have esteemed to be among the educated elites of society) did us an injustice in their demonstration last week.
Ja politicians benefits from ignorance
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE CURRENT teachers' salary dispute is not new and has shown some intensity since the mid-1970s. It appears as if the importance of education has become less and less over these years.
Oil spills still a threat
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE JAMAICA Environment Trust is concerned that there has been another oil spill in the Montego Marine Park (Gleaner, Feb. 12, 2003). We are particularly concerned at the comment attributed to the National Environment...
Wrong move, Supt. Amos
THE EDITOR, Sir: I HAVE always been an admirer of Supt. Newton Amos in terms of his approach to his work. However, I was grossly alarmed at the comments attributed to him in The Gleaner of 13th February 2002 captioned...
A lesson worth emulating for Jamaican policing
THE EDITOR, Sir: ON FRIDAY, January 31, 2003 I had the opportunity to tune in to MSNBC just in time to watch a most exciting event unfolding live in the Miami Dade County.