Jamaica Gleaner Letters
Published: Monday Friday | August 14, 2009
LETTER OF THE DAY - Woes of the booksellers
THE EDITOR, Sir: IT IS THAT time of year when parents and booksellers experience the worse nightmare. As someone familiar with the trade and with management in the education sector, I have observed that many of our schools need ... Read More...Petty sports officials
THE EDITOR, Sir: How shameful it is that the International Association of Athletics Federations had to intervene to clean up the mess that our power-crazed ego-trippers made in Berlin!Are Howard Aris, Stephen Francis and the other demigods of the Jamaica... Read More...Mr Francis, stop your whining
THE EDITOR, Sir: IT APPEARS as if Stephen Francis does not believe that the rules of the Jamaica Amateur Athletic Association (JAAA) apply to him and the top athletes he trains. Read More...Dirty laundry in int'l media
THE EDITOR, Sir:I AM APPALLED and embar-rassed at the actions of certain members of the Jamaica Amateur Athletic Association (JAAA) and the officers of the MVP Track Club, for their handling of the incident where some members of the aforementioned club... Read More...Personal relevance
THE EDITOR, Sir: IT IS AMAZING how Jamaica continues to produce outstanding stars like as Asafa Powell, Shelly-Ann Fraser and Melaine Walker. Some people who would never be known, except for a little athletic exposure... Read More...Unspoken desire
THE EDITOR, Sir: I NOTE with horror the length of time it took the investigating panel to come to a decision regarding the 'offending' athletes. Read More...Absolute rubbish
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE RESIDENTS of Mandeville and its environs are having a warm time keeping up with the disposal and collection of garbage.Since we have been discouraged some time ago against the burning of garbage, bins of assorted sizes... Read More...Before you go ...
THE EDITOR, Sir: I wish to suggest 10 positive features about Jamaica that should make people think twice about leaving the country... Read More...Explanation needed
THE EDITOR, Sir: We, the landholders of the given address, are suffering from the land act of 1977 under which the then Government said they were putting in amenities such as roads, water and light. Read More...The real face of justice
THE EDITOR, Sir: I HAVE looked at the image of 'justice' with her blindfold and scales. I have often wondered if she were blind, blindfolded or simply blinkered. Most of us should remember the famous or infamous Florida case... Read More...