| Teachers should aim at self-regulation
THE EDITOR, Sir: 'WASTING TEACHER Talent', the title of your editorial of Thursday, January 29, with regard to principals' powerlessness to remove 'inefficient and non-performing teachers' from the classroom needs to be scrutinised.
Bellevue's closure concern
THE EDITOR, Sir: I AM concerned about the proposed lockdown of the Bellevue Hospital, the country's primary mental health facility, as announced by the Minister of Health John Junor.
Ordinance against zinc fences
THE EDITOR, SIR: YOUR piece on 'Move to End Zinc Fence Patrols' was the most important story in your paper (February 4). This is a social issue you can focus on to get the Government and the law enforcement officials to do the right thing.
Condolences to Shakera Harris's family
THE EDITOR, Sir: ON BEHALF of the constituency of East Central St. Andrew, I offer my sincere condolences to the family of Shakera Harris and to the Merl Grove School community.
Who are 'the wigged ones'
THE EDITOR, Sir: I WRITE in response to the above article authored by Mr. and Mrs. Oxamendi Vicet expressing disappointment with the 'Air J Jazz & Blues Festival'.
THE EDITOR, Sir: REFRESHING IS Police Commissioner Forbes' claim that 2003 saw a 34-year low in the number of major crimes.
'Smirnoff Ice University'?
THE EDITOR, Sir: 'Smirnoff Ice University'? or 'SIU', as it is being advertised? Just whose brilliantly intoxicated idea was this? ...
Economic crisis in Barbados
THE EDITOR, Sir: I READ the article written by Don Robotham 'Learning from Barbados'.