Sun | May 19, 2019

Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir: Prayer is a necessity in the everyday lives of the people in our society. Nowadays, it is needed more than ever, especially with our children becoming exposed to things that will only poison the mechanism of their thought processes...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I have been paying close attention to the Rooms on the Beach sale saga. Since this so-called scandal has come to light, I have heard a few public figures speak on the matter, namely Daryl Vaz, Audley Shaw, and recently, Michael Lee...

THE EDITOR, Sir: A high level of respect must be shown to anyone who is appointed to sit in the seat at Jamaica House as prime minister, both from the Opposition and the people. No matter which political party you are affiliated with, the head of...

It is very galling to hear the IMF making excuses as to why its austerity prescription has not worked in Jamaica, and of course in many other places. We still have very weak growth, new jobs which don’t pay a living wage and strained social...

THE EDITOR, Sir: This is an open letter to the prime minister of Jamaica, the minister of transportation and the mayor of Kingston. I recently saw the Port Authority of Jamaica share a photograph of an old ferry boat with the caption, ‘who...

THE EDITOR, Sir: The telecommunication firm that goes by the acronym FLOW is doing just that: flowing right to the pits of hell. I have never seen another telecommunication provider that totally disregards their loyal customers. Every other month...

THE EDITOR, Sir: As summer approaches, the heat will approach 96 degrees in the shade and higher. Fewer trees equate to less conduits to replace water in the atmosphere. Do these professionals ever consider a link between a loss of the trees (...

THE EDITOR, Sir: The call for safe and adequate transportation for our rural schools is deepening and we can no longer ignore it. For many years, principals and school administrators have lamented the situation which exists for commuting students...

THE EDITOR, Sir: As a young man living and attending school in St James, I would like to add my own perspective to the current discussions on crime in Western Jamaica. Frankly speaking, most of the crime is organised, gang-related and centred...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Suggestions have been recently made that Stephen Vasciannie be asked to fill the currently vacant position and serve as Minister of Education. There is no doubt that he would perform well in the job, but Professor Vasciannie has...
Subscribe to Letters