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Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir:The recent Miss Universe Jamaica crowning was so predictable. MP Dr Dayton Campbell was absolutely on point with his statements about these pageants. We seem to celebrate and...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Imagine my shock and horror when reviewing a summons a few days ago, issued to a client of mine, I read the following words: (the names have been changed for the protection of the parties):"Whereas by an Affiliation Order made at a...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Back to school is upon us, and parents across Jamaica are deciding how much money they can reasonably afford for lunch. There is an increasing trend among high schools to have fast-food outlets provide lunch for their students. My...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Sincere thanks to Ian Boyne for that excellent Sunday Gleaner article 'Life lessons from Beijing' (August 30, 2015). It was a very insightful piece with points that are priceless gems for those wishing to succeed.I hope it's printed...

THE EDITOR, Sir:It has been reported that the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ) recorded a fall in the number of housing starts by 56 per cent for the April to June quarter of this year. This is the clearest and latest indication that the people...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Coaching is the first step on the road to success.It is perfected by specialists like Glen Mills and Stephen Francis.Our athletes could not have perfected their skills without these specialists, who exercised patience while...

THE EDITOR, Sir:A number of recent graduates from The Mico University College are becoming frustrated with the long period our degrees are taking to be accredited.Our programmes have been assessed almost two years now by the University Council of...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The Jamaican athletes have taken centre stage from the great United States of America, none more so than Usain Bolt with triple gold. The USA will have to wheel and come again to dethrone our athletes.I recommend to the Government of...

THE EDITOR, Sir:What an amazing swelling of national pride that all Jamaicans must now be feeling on account of our heroic athletes on the track and in the field. They have done well, and we are all justly proud of their achievements.At the risk of...

THE EDITOR, Sir:This is an open letter to Mr Louis Barton, president of the Jamaica Association of Transport Owners and Operators.The Transport Authority uses this medium to clarify its position based on the allegations outlined in your...
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