The front-page story in The Gleaner of October 22, 2014 about Mandeville Hospital titled 'Not Ebola-ready' broke my heart. It was distressing to read of the treatment meted out to an ill patient at an institution that has so much personal significance to me, having interned at that facility in 1995 after five years of med school.
It seems now customary for the leader of the Opposition, Andrew Holness, to absent himself from national events. He missed the Grand Gala Independence ceremony two years in a row, and on Monday he was again missing in action from the National Honours and Awards ceremony.
The continuous disrespect shown to some Jamaicans visiting Trinidad and Tobago is quite disheartening. Not so long ago, Jamaica was considered the pearl of the Caribbean, with a robust economy and the envy of other islands.
THE EDITOR, Sir:This is a response to the article on October 24, 2014 titled 'Don't flood hospitals with chikungunya cases'.
Golden Spring pole poses grave dangerThe utility pole located at the corner of Brooks Level Road and Hidalgo Close in Golden Spring has been in this position for many months.Two letters and several telephone calls to the Jamaica Public Service Company...
I sought the legal advice and service of a popular law firm on Holborn Road in New Kingston to process my divorce since January 2013. I am very weary of the process and I can't believe it's going to be a two-year process to get a divorce in Jamaica.
The article in the Observer on Thursday, October 16, 2014 about the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) replacing the underground network in Hope Pastures has sparked more controversy about what was published and what is the truth.