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THE EDITOR, Sir:It is sad, isn't it, that the call by Senator Mark Golding, on behalf of the Opposition, for our Government to take a clear, principled stance regarding the misfortunes that have befallen the people of Venezuela has been immediately...

THE EDITOR, Sir:As it turns out, the Promised Land is not available to everyone. As the immigration debate heats up and we listen to the Euro-Americans, we are reminded that people of colour are not welcome. To the major destinations of the United...

THE EDITOR, Sir:A friend of mine recently related how she was robbed of her phone along the Half-Way Tree Road.She was driving in traffic in the vicinity of the gully near Tropical Battery when the snail-like traffic came to a stop. Her cell phone...

THE EDITOR, Sir:It's on the table again, put there by a very reputable source, none other than the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). I am talking about Jamaica's approach to crime. The IDB study is declaring...

I was on my way home when I heard what sounded like the second faux pas by Nationwide in two days. The announcer said Cash Plus boss Carlos Hill was freed. It actually turned out to be true.Prosecutor Adley Duncan said people within the organisation...

THE EDITOR, Sir:We note the recent letters to the editor published in your newspaper related to the Miss Jamaica Festival Queen Competition and wish to use this medium to provide clarity on certain aspects of the programme. The Miss Jamaica Festival...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The Urban Development Corporation (UDC), in its mandate to lead sustainable urban and rural development through public-private partnerships, takes a businesslike approach in achieving its mission.While the UDC is a government agency...

The Editor, Sir:The traditional saying, 'Get a helper from the country', has now become archaic. Arguably, the introduction of technology where persons have been able to communicate and transfer information...

The Editor Sir:Jamaican public officials have a penchant for abusing privileges that comes with the office we have seen this over the years. But with increased scrutiny and the demand by watchdog agencies and an increasingly informed public, for...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) refusal to take on the redevelopment of the Fort Clarence Beach Park on its own and its attempt to pass this off for divestment is disappointing and shameful to say the least. The UDC has...
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