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THE EDITOR, Madam: A large percentage of the number of road fatalities involves motorcyclists. The logical thing to do to reduce the numbers, therefore, would be to focus attention on the motorcycles on our roads. Upwards of 90 per cent of...

THE EDITOR, Madam: I am writing with reference to the letter published on November 30, titled ‘Should Christians be involved with politics?’ What would Christ have said about ‘Christians’ who, as a good example, seemingly unconditionally support...

THE EDITOR, Madam: The Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR) takes note of Mark Trought’s letter to the editor published in The Gleaner of Monday, November 28 on the use of the word “unlimited” in the advertising of certain offers to customers by...

THE EDITOR, Madam: It is quite unfortunate that the entire focus regarding the perennial migration of our educators was on teachers, and that the psychological impact on students was not included in discussions. One cannot logically argue against...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Crisis Management don’t appear to be related at first glance, but the latest blunder by ZIP FM is a great case study for how interconnected the two concepts, by nature, are and must be....

THE EDITOR, Sir: Can someone who professes Christianity and who faithfully upholds the creeds of the Bible appropriately share in the nation’s politics? Can he actually be a guiding light to the State and the moral voice of society? Invariably,...

THE EDITOR, Sir: On a recent visit to a leading patty establishment in Kingston, I noticed that the prices of patties have increased – from $240 to $250. I am not sure what is the justification for this latest upward movement in price. What I am...

THE EDITOR, Sir: The article in The Sunday Gleaner titled ‘Interfaith is the way of the future’ by Baba Heru Ishakamusa Menelik is as fuzzy as it is novel. According to the dictionary, interfaith is defined as “relating to or between different...

THE EDITOR, Sir: On November 14 the human population reached eight billion. This population growth has been fuelled by the ever-increasing life expectancy, declining infant and maternal mortality, progress in medicine, and public health....

THE EDITOR, Sir: Globalisation and the information revolution have led to new avenues for illegal and unethical practices. The interconnected nature of the Internet and networked computers makes invisible data gathering, monitoring and sharing...
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