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THE EDITOR, Madam: I am a millennial from rural Jamaica who graduated university three years ago, and sometimes I wonder if the considerable amount of time I had spent gaining an education, professional experiences and general skills that are...

THE GOVERNMENT is now tallying the losses caused by several days of heavy rainfall associated with Tropical Storm Zeta in Jamaica. We asked our followers how they were affected by the weather system. Everything in my house wet up - @...

THE EDITOR, Madam: As a nation, we do not have a tradition of environmental support, and often ridicule the work of Jamaica Environment Trust and that of Peter Espeut. It was always difficult, even at our local municipalities, to get the...

THE EDITOR, Madam: Since the closure of schools in early March, bringing in its wake a switch from face-to-face to online learning, I have watched as the woes of the students taking online classes grow exponentially. From the short attention...

THE EDITOR, Madam: Joseph Matalon is a business­man. However, he is also the chairman of the RJRGLEANER Communications Group. So how does he appear on Mark Golding’s campaign endorsing him for the post of the president of People’s National Party...

THE EDITOR, Madam: Greetings. Amidst the current pandemic and the weather conditions we’re experiencing, another cause for concern is the state of our roads, particularly those in Morant Bay. Their state is deplorable beyond any measure of...

THE EDITOR, Madam: The general election is over, but the political season is far from finished. On November 7, the People’s National Party (PNP) delegates will head to the polls to elect a new leader. The showdown features two PNP heavyweights,...

THE EDITOR, Madam: This is with reference to the editorial ‘SBA crisis demands attention’. The point is that the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has been setting similar multiple-choice questions year after year, the majority of which are...

THE EDITOR, Madam: There is an argument put forward by some People’s National Party members that they want Lisa Hanna because she can beat Andrew Holness. In the next election they need to add 18 seats to win and I don’t see that happening, no...

THE EDITOR, Madam: I am glad that Buju Banton’s daughter Jodian Myrie took to Twitter to post: “Let us all as Jamaicans play our part in flattening this curve by continuing to wear our masks and practising social distancing!” she wrote. “Follow...
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