|LETTER OF THE DAY - Peace Corps pair and the rescued newborn
The Editor, Sir: My husband and I are Americans who lived in Port Antonio as Peace Corps volunteers from 1989-1991. It was challenging work, but we have wonderful memories of the beautiful island and lovely people of Jamaica.
Agriculture's 'big vision'
The Editor, Sir: In response to your editorial of Friday, August 11, 2006, the Ministry of Agriculture and Lands wishes to record our disappointment at the seeming scepticism which prevailed throughout the editorial which appeared....
PNP accepts invitation
The Editor Sir, The People's National Party has received an invitation from the National Debating Commi-ssion to discuss the holding of debates between representatives of the two main political parties, including Party President...
Marijuana has its place
The Editor, Sir: Contrary to the assertions made in 'Dangers of ganja widely ignored', Dr. Daniele Piomelli, a professor of pharmacology at the University of California, Irvine, was recently quoted as saying he had "never met a scientist...
More than a hug and a kiss
The Editor , Sir: I wish to respond to an article published in your paper dated Sept. 4, 2006, titled 'Clarifying the Portia euphoria'. I found most of the views expressed by the writer to be based on assumptions rather than facts.
Pathologists being barred
The Editor, Sir: Qualified Jamaican pathologists are being prevented from working at the Cornwall Regional Hospital. They prefer to hire pathologists from the European Union, especially Bulgaria.