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THE EDITOR, Sir: Remember the 50-over World Cup in England, the one where England and New Zealand played in a nail-biting, jaw-dropping final? It took a super over to decide the winner, and even at the end of the super over, the scores were still...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I write in relation to a recently published article in one of your publications titled ‘Sandy Bay resident gets a huge traffic fine’. I view these fines as being grossly inadequate in relation to the charges involved. As a firm...

THE EDITOR, Sir: During our extremely busy daily routines, we are guilty of often missing the enthralling surroundings we possess. Along the corridors of the famous Duke Street in downtown Kingston, outside the gates of the prestigious Electoral...

THE EDITOR, Sir: The Primary Exit Profile (PEP) replaced GSAT on the premise that the latter did not emphasise critical thinking. Therefore, PEP was touted as a more innovative method of assessment. Since the objective of PEP is to ensure that...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Andre Wright’s piece ‘Will public transport survive Bobby’s bomb?’ is a masterpiece of tasteful and analytical writing. I share his sentiments and have written publicly, as well as to Minister Montague about the chaos that passes...

THE EDITOR, Sir: It has become unbearable to experience the degradation of Golding Avenue across from the University Hospital of the West Indies and the United Theological College when it is used as a urinal. The norm is for male bus and taxi...

THE EDITOR, Sir: The State of Accompong is sovereign. The inhabitants of Accompong are indigenous Maroons. Maroons with traceable blood lineage are elected to be the face/representative to the rest of the world every five years. Maroons of...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Three professors, Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo, both of MIT, and Michael Kremer of Harvard, have been awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize for Economics for their research into the impediments to learning, how these can be removed,...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Kofi Tafari, writing in the Saturday Gleaner of October 12, 2019, went all out in blaming accessibility to cell phones for the heist that took place at a financial outlet in Santa Cruz, St Elizabeth, recently. According to this...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I am beginning to wonder what evil has befallen us that normal, straight people, based on the Jamaican Constitution, are becoming an endangered species at the hands of homosexuals who have no place and basis for their open...
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