|Letter of the day - Capital punishment as unchristian?
THE EDITOR, Sir: Human-rights advocates and some liberal clergymen continue to inveigh against capital punishment.
Honouring our nurses
The Editor, Sir: What a wonderful gesture it is to put aside a special period to honour our nurses! This profession has given yeoman service to our nation.
No change in philosophy
The Editor, Sir: One of the most significant promises that would have made this government administration a success was its desired commitment to change. The Government has wasted a perfect opportunity to lay the foundation for future administrations to follow.
Prayers for Olint
The Editor, Sir: The recent news on Olint has come with mixed responses. On one hand, it has removed some of the negative speculation about the integrity of Olint.
Time for great leadership
The Editor, Sir: The new Bruce Golding-led administration is facing catas-trophic increases in oil prices, which are driven by external forces; escalating food prices, partly to be blamed on bio-food; and, a debilitating crime problem that escalated the minute they took office.
Dangerous love game
The Editor, Sir: In response to the article on people holding back sex from their partners as a punishment for something they did, I say, "Shame on you!" You may not realise it, but that's a dangerous game you are playing, and it should be abandoned immediately.