| Jamaica: a fantastic place
THE EDITOR, Sir: MY HUSBAND and I recently vacationed in Montego Bay, and we found Jamaica to be a fantastic place.
Fear of returning home
THE EDITOR, Sir: AS A proud Jamaican living abroad, I am aware that there are a lot of Jamaicans who dread visiting the country for fear of their lives.
Defended by the Public Defender
THE EDITOR, Sir: WHEN I found the tattered remains of my father's burial order it must have been the shame that I had never once visited his grave site in the May Pen Cemetery after 29 years that propelled me to seek copies of his Death Registration...
Revisit values campaign
THE EDITOR, Sir: In response to the article in The Gleaner entitled: 'Crime and Violence: Business leaders want action', I wish to support the view expressed by the immediate past president of the Jamaica Manufacturer's Association...
MoBay's image tarnished
THE EDITOR, Sir: SINCE THE beginning of the year the parish of St. James and particularly the city of Montego Bay, has been in the news almost daily for the wrong reason the proliferation of serious crimes in the island's second city.
Thank you, Eddie Seaga
THE EDITOR, Sir: IN A few months we will see the demise of one of the greatest Prime Ministers Jamaica has ever known Edward Seaga.
Mosquitoes a nuisance
THE EDITOR, Sir: I LIVE in Lauriston, Spanish Town, St. Catherine. For the past few weeks the area has been infested with mosquitoes.
If I were the Minister of Security...
THE EDITOR, Sir: IF I were the minister with the portfolio for National Security, I would have my government set up adequate training facilities in all of the inner-city communities and in every 'nook and cranny' in Jamaica for those who want to upgrade.
The 'One Order' regime
THE EDITOR, Sir: RECENTLY I was listening to a talk show and the host was in earnest discussion with someone who from all his utterances seemed to have had a close connection with the 'One Order' gang which operates out of Spanish Town.