| Each of us is just as responsible
THE EDITOR, Sir: HOW PREDICTABLE and characteristic the public outcry and outrage at the recent debacle surrounding the care of children in Jamaica.
Child shelters unsatisfactory
THE EDITOR, Sir: I HAVE just finished reading with shame and distress, about the conditions of our Jamaican children in 'Children's Homes'.
The biggest sham in Ja
THE EDITOR, Sir: SO FINALLY Jamaica has come to realise the injustice that children face.
What have we become?
THE EDITOR, Sir: "Suffer the little children to come unto me, and forbid them not, for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven."
No respect for the vendors
THE EDITOR, Sir: ILLEGAL VENDING in downtown Kingston is a problem for many years. I am not supporting illegal vending, however, I am dissatisfied with the blue-uniform men and the police and how they confiscate the goods from these vendors.
The welfare of our children
THE EDITOR, Sir: LIKE ALL well-thinking people in Jamaica, I am outraged, but I really don't think this is enough. We pay people to look after the welfare of our children.
'Fed up' with road conditions
THE EDITOR, Sir: WE, THE citizens of Coffee Factory Hill, Dover district, St. Mary, are fed up with the condition of our road.
No need for a statue
THE EDITOR, Sir: I READ a letter by one Patrick A. Gallimore, July 15, 2003, suggesting a statue be erected in honour of the Hon. Rex Nettleford so as to inspire current and future generations.
Central and local gov't relationships
THE EDITOR, Sir: KINDLY ALLOW me space in your worthy paper to rebut some common errors regarding Central Government and Local Government relationships.