Wed | Oct 23, 2019

Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir: In the book, The t hree l aws o f p erformance, a scenario was presented where someone was seen looking for an item. When an inquiry was made if the item was misplaced in that general area, the person looking did not answer...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I would like to commend the government on its tree-planting initiative. It is believed that this is one of the best ways of combating climate change. It could also contribute in many other ways to the island’s and the world’s...

THE EDITOR, Sir: It would seem to me that the National Works Agency (NWA) has lost the ability to construct roads that can last. Just two years ago, Mannings Hill Road, in the vicinity of Sullivan Avenue, was closed for over four months to...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Recently, I had the opportunity with my family to visit one of Jamaica’s historical sites, a former sugar plantation in Trelawny, where in 2019 we continue to perpetuate the emotional distress found in the history written for us...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I agree with Karl F. Watts’ article ‘The case for Miss Lou as national hero’ in yesterday’s Sunday Gleaner. Miss Lou has positively influenced Jamaica from many positive perspectives. She is universally loved – friend of all,...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I would like to both thank and congratulate Dr Donovan Stanberry for a well thought-out and well-researched column in The Sunday Gleaner of October 20, 2019. Dr Stanberry, as campus registrar at The University of the West Indies...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Where competing views on a subject matter are allowed to contend, it can seem like a noisy marketplace. Such is the case at times with democracy. The beauty about having a forum like the Montego Bay Cultural Centre or a space on...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Remember the 50-over World Cup in England, the one where England and New Zealand played in a nail-biting, jaw-dropping final? It took a super over to decide the winner, and even at the end of the super over, the scores were still...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I write in relation to a recently published article in one of your publications titled ‘Sandy Bay resident gets a huge traffic fine’. I view these fines as being grossly inadequate in relation to the charges involved. As a firm...

THE EDITOR, Sir: During our extremely busy daily routines, we are guilty of often missing the enthralling surroundings we possess. Along the corridors of the famous Duke Street in downtown Kingston, outside the gates of the prestigious Electoral...
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