Sun | May 26, 2019

Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir: There are many roads that can lead to financial freedom; the goal is choosing the right one. The right channels are the ones that have your best interest at heart, the ones that value you and your contribution. Investment...

THE EDITOR, Sir: This is TVJ’s Prime Time News question, which was posed to the public on Thursday evening, May 23, 2019: “Are you pleased with the selection of the Reggae Girlz squad to France – Why or why not?” I won’t go into much details...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Superintendent Duane Wellington and other top members of the police force are justified in their wrath at minibus drivers for operating overloaded buses; and the efforts to increase police presence on the roads to monitor and ‘...

THE EDITOR, Sir: According to what I am seeing, beautiful and pretty roads seem to be a temptation for speeding. And many motorists take it as a habit to speed on these roads; while others are in a racing competition. And what makes matters worse,...

THE EDITOR, Sir: With everything that has gone wrong in the past couple of weeks and the possibility of the myriad of things that can go wrong as we face life each day, I want to be the first to congratulate the Government of Jamaica and the team...

THE EDITOR, Sir: The new song Country for Sale by Buju Banton has highlighted a very important and equally complicated issue. The sale or concessionary transfer of national assets to local or overseas investors is not a straightforward wrong-or-...

THE EDITOR, Sir: If humans were loving, expressed, among other ways, in our tolerance of and respect for each other, there would be more justice and equity on the land. Just look at the many ills of our society; wanton mayhem on the streets by...

THE EDITOR, Sir: With the increase in crime and violence, many have been crying out and asking, where is the crime plan from the elected Government? Without a shadow of a doubt, plans are necessary. Plans help to identify strengths, weaknesses,...

THE EDITOR, Sir: “There was anger and anguish at Titchfield High....” is how the RJR nooncast started on Tuesday, May 21, 2019. One of their own (Pranjal Jasti) had perished in a bus accident the afternoon before and a few had received serious...

THE EDITOR, Sir: My brother sat the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) Mathematics Exam (Paper 2). He is an excellent mathematics student and when I heard his concerns, I knew...
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