Mon | Jun 17, 2019

Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir: Are the leaders of our nation and us, the people, really committed to a vision for our nation? Jamaica’s documented vision is to become the place of choice to live, work, raise families and do business. But what does this really...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I wish to bring to your attention the issue of the deterioration of the College Common accommodation offered to University of the West Indies (UWI) lecturers and senior administrative staff. Notable signs of this are irregular...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I need help with this concerning situation and unlawful practice. My father passed away February of 2018. My mother applied for widow’s pension the following month and is still waiting to receive the monthly benefits that is owed...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I must confess that we are disappointed by the Reggae Girlz not scoring even a single goal in neither of their two matches so far– against Brazil (going down three goals to nil) and also against Italy (five goals to nil) – or being...

THE EDITOR, Sir: In light of the plethora of sagas surrounding the new assessment instrument, the Primary Exit Profile (PEP), which is now being used for the matriculation of primary- school students into secondary institutions, let us all be clear...

THE EDITOR, Sir: A recent lead story in The Gleaner , ‘Divine danger...’ is interesting as it is revealing. The decision by the Pope for an adjustment to the Lord’s Prayer – “Do not lead us into temptation” to “Do not let us fall into temptation...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Prudent administrations are expected to facilitate entrepreneurship by removing barriers to business development. Therefore, most politicians are aware that the private sector should be the engine of growth, but they have failed...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Prof Fritz Pinnock, president of Caribbean Maritime University (CMU), has been such a disappointment. We are now learning from the media that the CMU has hired an attorney to block the Financial Investigations Division (FID) from...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Speaking purely as a political observer, at this point in time, Peter Bunting has as much chance of leading the People’s National Party (PNP) to victory in the next general election as the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) has of...

THE EDITOR, Sir: The passing of Edward Seaga marks the end of a colourful era of one whose political career has impacted Jamaica. It is said that Mr Seaga was a man who never apologies for any wrong he may have committed; however, the role of...
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