| Jamaica needs to be a gentler, safer place
THE EDITOR, Sir: AS A Jamaican resident living abroad, each time I visit Jamaica, it's with a mixture of excitement and trepidation.
Disruption for positive reaction?
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE SPEED at which the file of the Flankers incident reached the DPP has proven to the people of Jamaica that in order to have justice done swiftly, they have to resort to threatening or disrupting the tourism industry.
Co-operation for optimum growth
THE EDITOR, Sir: I AM writing with regards to the article entitled 'Tempers rise at elections' dated Sunday, November 9, 2003.
Protect the youngster
THE EDITOR, Sir: JAMAICA AND W.I. teenage fast bowler, Jerome Taylor, has a very bright future but that is now under threat because of my perceived mishandling by Lara, Sir Viv and the selection and management teams.
Memory gems still work
THE EDITOR, Sir: IN A recent talk to principals, Dr. Aggrey Irons reminded us that old adages such as 'Heights by great men reached and kept...' are still meaningful and may be used to promote values among our young people.
Be open to lie detector test
THE EDITOR, Sir: AS I tuned into the evening news on TVJ this afternoon, November 7, 2003, I couldn't help but listen to the comical response by Sergeant David Whyte regarding the advent of the lie detector test for members of the police force.
Cementing the issue
THE EDITOR, Sir: MAY I add to the spirited debate about the proposed 50 per cent tariff Minister Davis is contemplating to impose on all imported cement? ...
Is there hope for Jamaica?
THE EDITOR, Sir: IS THERE hope for Jamaica in terms of crime? Yes, but we have to be tough and ruthless when it comes to law enforcement.
Poor drainage in Gregory Pk
THE EDITOR, Sir: IT IS now the rainy season and there is a recurring problem in our newly established city - the poor drainage system on the Christian Pen main road in Gregory Park, St. Catherine.