|LETTER OF THE DAY - We must emphasize English, not patois
THE EDITOR, Sir: AS A Jamaican living abroad, I try to keep abreast of current events in the island by reading The Gleaner online. I nearly fainted when I read the headline of Petrina Francis' article about a UWI survey...
From an angry Jamaican citizen
THE EDITOR, Sir: I enclose an open letter to the Minister of National Security: Dear Dr. Phillips, I AM a very angry Jamaican citizen. I am angry because I cannot understand how you want to lead my country...
No stigma for Mocho
THE EDITOR, Sir: I WAS very excited when I saw an article on Mocho in Clarendon because this 'town' is where I grew up and visit regularly, even though I live in England. I was last in Mocho in April of this year, when I spent three months in Eden.
THE EDITOR, Sir: ON THURSDAY, October 27, I was very fortunate to read an article in The Gleaner by Robert Lalah about the community of Mocho in Clarendon.
Congrats, St Mary champs
THE EDITOR, Sir: PLEASE ALLOW me to extend hearty congratulations to the St. Mary Champions of the Gleaner's Children's Own Spelling Bee competition. The results are particularly exciting for us...