|LETTER OF THE DAY - The value of words, good or bad
The Editor, Sir: There are such things as 'bad' words. By them, we have their counterparts which are 'good' words. Not only are there bad and good words, but there are also 'pleasant' and 'unpleasant' words.
Exceptional surgical services
The Editor, Sir: My name is Nicki Lodge-McLachlan and I currently reside in the United Kingdom. However, on finding that I had an unexplained illness that doctors, including my general practitioner and five surgeons....
Jamaica Post responds
The Editor, Sir: This is a response to Ms. Colleen Colman: I noticed your letter to The Gleaner Editor, published on Friday, August 25. Your enquiry is not at all unusual, as many persons have asked that same question.
Crime is out of control
The Editor, Sir: Absolutely no honest, reasonable and up-to-date Jamaican citizen could say that crime is at present under control, no way. Last year over 1,000 persons were brutally murdered, and as of August 2006, over 756 persons have been killed.
The Editor, Sir: Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller seems more concerned with clearing the name of our National Hero, Marcus Garvey, than with the fact that Marcus Garvey Drive floods when it rains.