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THE EDITOR, Sir:The recently concluded World Cup in Russia provided a few lessons from which all Jamaicans can learn. During the presentation ceremony after the final game, there was a heavy downpour of showers. Despite this, the presentation went...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The recent disclosure of a rather sketchy proposal made by the People's National Party (PNP) candidate for West Rural St Andrew, Miss Jennifer Housen, to provide piped water to the residents of Mount Zion, Red Hills, has left me with...

THE EDITOR, Sir:One of the lasting images of last year's by-election in St Mary was that of Prime Minister Andrew Holness, with pants foot rolled up, wading across a river to meet residents.He promised them a bridge in short order. Earlier this year...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Over the years I have become deeply concerned about yet another very dangerous practice occasioned by some motorists in how they react to sirens of approaching emergency service vehicles such as ambulances, police vehicles and fire...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The Gleaner's editorial titled 'Tahj Rowe and the PM's moral hazards' (July 17, 2018) is absolute nonsense.It made the assertion that the prime minister might open himself up for more demand from people facing similar challenges...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The recent furore about Krystal Tomlinson's pregnancy is not exactly occasioned by her unmarried status.The core truth of it all is that Krystal has, whether intentionally or not, exemplified much of what becoming a woman should be....

THE EDITOR, Sir:I write this letter to you after just reading about the parliamentary proceedings that involved the current NESOL boss who was revealed to have been convicted of drug trafficking 25 years ago.Mr Editor, I am unequivocally disgusted...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Assuming your letter writer 'Need to Know' (July 10, 2018) really needs to know about NIA:n Our constitution is our articles of association, which is available for public scrutiny at the Companies Office of Jamaica.n Our audited...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I read with dismay the letter titled 'Ruel Reid's arrogance', published on Thursday, July 12, 2018, in The Gleaner. That letter, in my opinion, was very unfair and biased.Senator Reid is a humble man from humble origins who had no...

THE EDITOR, Sir:THE UNITED Nations Children's Fund tells us that 2.6 million children (about Jamaica's population) died in their first month of birth (2016), a million of whom died on their first day.These latter deaths were predominantly caused by...
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