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Jamaica Gleaner Letters
published: Tuesday | January 22, 2008

LETTER OF THE DAY - The PM's residence should be downtown
The Editor, Sir: You hit all the right notes in your Editorial on the Government's proposal for redevelopment projects in downtown Kingston. It is hard not to be sceptical of this latest incarnation of the oft-proposed - never realised - idea of a restored capital city....

Gospel roleas aftermath

The Editor, Sir: The confession of Detective Constable Carey Lyn-Sue, that he fabricated evidence against accused murder suspect Jason James, is, indeed, commendable.However, his confession should follow with his resignation from the Jamaica Constabulary...

Likely sequel to confession

The Editor, Sir: In Saturday's Gleaner (January 19), under the heading 'I am not sorry I confessed', Detective Constable Lyn-Sue admitted to having lied about a case he investigated sometime before. As a result of his confession, a no-case order was made against...

Alternative work arrangements

The Editor, Sir:The article, 'Barely surviving middle-income professionals feel the pinch' (Gleaner, January 20), highlighted a problem that lends an opportunity for creative solutions with a public-private partnership. Young professionals and the public...

Condoms in school can do no good

The Editor, Sir: I have just finished reading your article on the row over schools issuing condoms, and am deeply disturbed by the utterances of Mr. Lynch. Whilst we are all well aware that teenagers are engaging in sexual intercourse to their peril, I cannot support his call ...

Apology and retraction

The Gleaner unreservedly apologises to Professor David Rowe for the publication in their issue of January 14 of a letter written by Kirk Barrow which suggested that Professor Rowe was not in fact a 'Professor' and that he sought to project himself as an expert in United States...





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