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THE EDITOR, Sir:As someone living with HIV, I'm disturbed by the new recommendations of the joint select committee in Parliament for a new offence to be inserted into the act to deal with the case where someone wilfully and knowingly transmitted HIV...

THE EDITOR, Sir:A correspondent who doesn't want to be named wrote me regarding my December 8, 2018, column 'Petroscam the tip of the iceberg'. He has a different recollection of the 1980s Tarentum coffee processing plant contract award. He wrote,...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Are good male role models a thing of the past? Growing up, I admired the eloquence, elegance and sheer excellence that many of the men who built this great nation had ingrained in their psyche. Men of integrity! Men of honour! Men of...

THE EDITOR, Sir:First, why does crime control in Jamaica not follow the acknowledged problem-solving protocol?1. Identify and define the problem using scientific data with comparison to external parties suffering from the same problem.2. Using...

THE EDITOR, Sir:In his December 16, 2018, column, Mark Wignall said that the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) needs to learn to win big.But let me remind him that this is People's National Party (PNP) country.Most of the middle class support the JLP, but...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I have a general dislike for the People's National Party (PNP), my reasons being many. They are too corrupt, they usually make a dismal government, they put party over country, and their members acts like they own Jamaica.Make no...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Where is the regard for the decent and law-abiding proprietors who struggle to pay their maintenance and are being asked to pay more because facilities must be provided and enjoyed by all owners, whether they pay or not?Where is the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I would like to convey my gratitude and commend the Opposition for having voted against the renewing of the states of emergency (SOEs). Thank the Lord, finally, good sense has prevailed.Our marginalised youths who are most prone to be hauled away...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Jamaica has had a long, chequered and appalling history of suppression of crime strategies. In this conundrum, many young men have died unnecessarily or have been incarcerated. Oftentimes, the possession of a ganja spliff was...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Driving through Liguanea and Papine is extremely treacherous. Let’s start at the Hope Road entrance for Sovereign heading towards Matilda’s Corner. The taxis stop to pick up and let off passengers at that Sovereign...
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