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THE EDITOR, Madam: National Integrity Action (NIA) is urging the Parliamentary Oversight Committee of the Integrity Commission to recommend to the Parliament, the deletion of Clause 53(3) of the Integrity Commission Act (ICA), which places an...

THE EDITOR, Madam: I read an article in The Gleaner of December 3, titled ‘Legal clinic for sportsmen’ and thought it was very interesting and feasible. It attracted my attention because a few days ago in a discussion with a friend about the...

THE EDITOR, Madam: I concur with former Prime Minister P. J. Patterson that it would be a truly historic landmark if Jamaica becomes a republic celebrating the 60th anniversary of our Independence, while simultaneously inaugurating a Jamaican...

THE EDITOR, Madam: International pop and R...

THE EDITOR, Madam: Andrew Holness in Opposition said he wanted us to be able to sleep with our doors and windows open, when elected. The next general election big issue isn’t going to be about COVID-19, corruption or the economy, it’s going to be...

THE EDITOR, Madam: I refer to my letter published in your newspaper on Monday November 29. I stated that Chief Justice Kenneth Smith found the declaration of the 1976 state of emergency to be illegal, but not corrupt. I further went on to suggest...

THE EDITOR, Madam: Prime ministers must be careful of their public utterances. It seems to me that if Prime Minister (PM) Andrew Holness is truly serious about his view that persons convicted of the illegal possession of a firearm should be...

On Tuesday, Barbados conferred the honour of national hero on music superstar and businesswoman Robyn Rihanna Fenty. It triggered calls for another hero to be named in Jamaica. We asked our followers who they think should be named. “Have...

THE EDITOR, Madam: Every time I hear about another road accident, especially those resulting in serious injury or fatality, my blood runs cold. This has been heightened because my wife and myself could have been included in the statistics of last...

THE EDITOR, Madam: At the recently concluded 78th Annual Conference of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), Prime Minister Andrew Holness had occasion, and indeed was obliged so to do, to address Jamaica’s crime problem in which the use of illegal...
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