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THE EDITOR, Sir:I read the article written by the Jamaica Labour Party's deputy spokesperson on finance, Fayval Williams, in The Sunday Gleaner published on August 2, 2015 and I was very heartened at the level of discourse the Opposition has been...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I met Winston Sill approximately 50 years ago at The Gleaner Company, when it was situated on Harbour Street in downtown Kingston. At that time, he was working in the darkroom of the Photography Department.As a young photography...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Not everything that is controversial is important. That was the thought that came to me in reading Orville Higgins' article about some confusion he has detected in respect of the explanations tendered by all concerned regarding Alvas...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The Independent Commission of Investigations is one of four commissions of Parliament that are appointed by the governor general in his own discretion, but after consultation with the prime...

THE EDITOR, Sir:America must solve its own human-trafficking problems, too.I noticed that the Jamaican Government is making a lot of fuss about how the country has been ranked by the United States with regard to human trafficking.While there may be...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Dancehall is not part of our culture. This is what I learnt Wednesday while watching the popular morning programme 'Smile Jamaica' on TVJ.It was during an interview with an archaeologist at the Jamaica National Heritage Trust (JNHT...

THE EDITOR, Sir:From the look of feigned rapture on the face of the justice minister in the media (on July 30, 2015), one would think he had just been handed a coded message on how to reduce crime in this country rather than a donation, in the form...

THE EDITOR, Sir:'Thou hast shewed thy people hard things: thou hast made us to drink the wine of astonishment' Psalm 60:3 KJVJamaica continues to confront adversities such as drought on a literal level, in nature and in the country's assets and...

THE EDITOR, Sir:One of the truly remarkable things about man has been his ability to triumph over his physical environment, to bend nature almost at will in his relentless pursuit of personal or national glory and of improved standards of living for...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The general question has been asked: " What is your contribution to nation building?" This is a very good and important question.Despite the global down-turn, and the fact that, our economy is on its face, many people are out of jobs...
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