A letter writer in Julian Robinson's South East St Andrew constituency complains about an eroding gully that could threaten life and property.
Lona Isaacs hits at the time and money Government wastes in the shoddy and temporary repair of potholes on Maxfield Avenue, only for them to gape wide again with a new shower of rain.
Erica Virtue fumes about her 51-minute wait for a Route 600 bus, explaining how an unreliable transport system hinders productivity and raises stress levels.
Babysitting geniuses? Really?
Cynthia Allen-Pearson knocks the prevailing view that so-called elite schools do nothing to produce whiz-kids.
"If we believe that children or learners learn what they live, and live what they learn in the classroom, it is virtually impossible for babysitters to consistently produce high-performing students by modelling lazy attitudes to work."
Rosalea Hamilton questions the wisdom of Government granting tax freebies to foreign companies while being less than robust in incentivising local entrepreneurship.
"The proposed tax incentives should be performance-based and should be part of a comprehensive, coherent and holistic legislative framework for all incentives, ... for foreigners, as well as Jamaicans ... ."