|LETTER OF THE DAY - Citizen's role vital in clean-up for Cricket World Cup
The Editor, Sir: I was very disappointed reading your editorial today (February 14). While I do agree with your basic premise that the government needed to do more, I am amazed that you excluded the citizen's responsibility in all this.
Yes to apologies, reparation
The Editor, Sir: Congratulations to Member of Parliament Mike Henry for taking such a bold, necessary stand on the issue of reparation for slavery, as published in the Gleaner online on February 14. Members on both sides of the Jamaican parliament...
Limit size of vehicles
The Editor, Sir: One of the main reasons hindering Jamaica's progress and development as well as other third world and developing countries is the high cost of energy. My question is: Why hasn't the government, with the support...
Reconsider BNS branch closure
The Editor, Sir: As a recent visitor to Jamaica and an account holder at two branches of Scotiabank in Canada, I noted with interest the article in The Gleaner (February 7) describing the great success of BNS Jamaica, and the picture...
Correction & Clarificaton... Re: Rev Garnett Roper
Two articles by Wendy Lee on February 4 in the In Focus section of The Sunday Gleaner and by Peter Espeut published on February 7, referred to Rev. Garnett Roper as project manager for the Tankweld Rio Bueno port development project.