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THE EDITOR, Sir:I, without a doubt, strongly agree with the sentiments expressed by columnist Ian Boyne. The problems hindering Jamaica today is far beyond having an excellent finance minister. The views of Mr Boyne as a matter of fact, go beyond...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I was reading the Gleaner article, 'Are celebrities people too?' and thought I'd give my view. Of course, celebrities are people too, but the writer missed the point completely.Most people aren't rich and famous, so we don't have to...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I am disappointed in the way a certain matter is being dealt with in the local media, making Jamaica appear to be a society that thrives on the detriment of our fellow people, especially with regards to as sacred an institution as...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I read with dismay the opposition leader, Andrew Holness', address to Parliament in response to Finance Minister Dr Peter Phillips' announcement of an intensified tax-compliance strategy being described as a harassment of businesses...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I am 41 years old and living in Grand Bahama. I've been trying to find my biological mother or any of her relatives for some 20-plus years. All I know is that her name is Josephine Herron and that she was from Jamaica, but I'm...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Recently, the Police High Command appealed to the relatives of individuals who might be involved in crime, and warned that shielding and providing safe havens for them could put their lives at risk, too....

THE EDITOR, Sir:It is clear Portia Simpson Miller will never ever demand accountability from her personal allies and loyalists who are distastefully rewarded with key public positions.The prime minister has been given numerous opportunities to make...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I'm not going to only point fingers at the Government for the latest Riverton City dump fire disaster, but also at the people of Jamaica. Yes, we Jamaicans have played a part in giving birth to this disaster.You eat, drink, or...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I was pleased with Andrew Holness' presentation in Parlia-ment last Thursday. Though the JIS stream online was not consistent, I found the patience to listen to a sober and well-reasoned speech by Mr Holness.I give credit where...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The fact that the prime minister publicly defends her crony, whom she appointed to run the National Solid Waste Management Autho-rity (NSWMA), makes me sick to my stomach.I am tired of living in a country where important agencies are...
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