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THE EDITOR, Sir:I am fortunate to have had the opportunity to live in a little rural village of 300 persons doing a study on the development of the child for one year, in 1953, after I had graduated from...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Sometime ago, the previous People's National Party administration announced that the Office of the Police Commissioner, at 101-103 Old Hope Road, Kingston 6, would be relocated to make way for the construction of affordable housing...

THE EDITOR, Sir:What has now become the infamous community centre in Windsor Lodge, Bull Bay, has been inaccessible to us, the regular residents, for 90 per cent of the time.Let me first state that I am of no political affiliation but just a...

CONCERNED HIGHWAY ROAD USERBefore I delve into my complaint, I must say publicly that I joined with the many positive motorists that the new North Coast Highway, leading from Caymanas Bay to Mammee Bay, is a...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The increased coverage of road safety in your publication is welcome. The comments from the distinguished participants in your Editors' Forum article of Friday, April 29, 2016 were familiar calls to road users: "Adhere to the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Having read an article in The Sunday Gleaner of April 24, 2016 by writer Gordon Robinson titled 'Swapping white Queen for non-executive monkey', I was spurred to write in support of the position decrying the replacement of the Queen...

I and four other very senior citizens plead for the immediate fixing of the voters' list. On the February 25 list, we saw the names of dead relatives and friends and those of long-migrated family...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I almost fell off my chair in disbelief last week when I read a news item which said the commissioner of police, Dr Carl Williams, was thinking (?) of commissioning a study to see if there is a...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I enjoyed Gordon Robinson's column 'Swapping white Queen for non-executive monkey' in The Sunday Gleaner of April 24, 2016, though I objected to the racial connotations of the 'non-executive monkey' phrase.Here in the United States...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The 9 p.m. curfew that was recently implemented by the head of the St James Police Division, SSP Steve McGregor, which is aimed at preventing children under 17 years old from the influence of criminal elements, is a smart move that...
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