Mon | Jun 14, 2021

Letters

THE EDITOR, Madam: The editorial of Saturday, June 12, on getting parenting right was very good and made a number of important and valid comments and suggestions. However, it did not mention something that I have tried to advocate for many years...

THE EDITOR, Madam Mourners turned up at Meadowrest Memorial Gardens in St Catherine to bid farewell to loved ones last Thursday, only to find there were no workers and they could not bury their loved ones. Workers are disgruntled after they were...

THE EDITOR, Madam: I am very concerned as I am seeking clarity as to the overall responsibility of the State and those employed by it. I refer to an article in THE STAR on May 25, titled ‘Man sleeps in car to avoid girlfriend’. Now, it is said...

THE EDITOR, Madam: I read with interest the recent article, ‘Manning’s school targets $100 million to restore historic building’, on Friday, June 4. While I was pleased at the reference to a plan to build a monument of honour, I was disappointed...

THE EDITOR, Madam: On Thursday, May 6, while travelling on public transportation to work, I lost my wallet with all my important documents, bank cards and a few thousand dollars in cash. After many frantic checks, searches, calls, I finally...

Westmoreland Central Member of Parliament George Wright is back in Gordon House. He sat briefly on Opposition benches on Tuesday minutes before Gender Affairs Minister Olivia Grange made her contribution to the Sectoral Debate. Here are the...

THE EDITOR, Madam: This outcry from some in the society about gender violence is getting very annoying and appears to be biased. I am not condoning violence against any human being or even animals. However, some of the outcry is not genuine. Some...

THE EDITOR, Madam: I am very concerned about a series of incidents in our hospitals in recent times involving our patients, and in particular, in the area of maternal care, involving mother and child. While I believe in due process and so have...

THE EDITOR, Madam: If MP George Wright has done what it is alleged he has done, he should rightly be condemned for it, but should we ‘drink his blood’ before we are satisfied? People of all walks of life have expressed outrage at the incident, and...

THE EDITOR, Madam: THERE IS an unmistakable sense that law and order has but a tenuous hold in Jamaica today. The images of cops and gunmen exchanging gunfire in peak traffic in the capital; Government recruiting 2,500 police at a time of shortage...
Subscribe to Letters