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THE EDITOR, Sir:Good news. Spanish hoteliers and investors have recommitted to buying more local goods and services. Certainly welcome news in the farming sector, which continues to be negatively impacted by substantial importation of agricultural...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I must say that I share your cartoonist's bemusement in the Sunday Gleaner (November 18), where he noted the sheer irony of the prime minister's words on stopping excessive borrowing, while signing a loan of US$100 million for the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I just wish to state that my country Jamaica is one of the most blessed places in the world and let no one tell you otherwise.Just consider our cooking techniques: the food is to groan for and these days not only restaurants have it...

THE EDITOR, Sir:There are two patty outlets not far from each other, yet their operations/service are light years apart.One, an official Tastee franchise located on Mannings Hill Road, the other a pastry/food shop situated along Chancery Street,...

THE EDITOR, Sir:On Tuesday, about 5:25 p.m. on November 14, 2018, I stood at the North Parade JUTC bus terminal in downtown Kingston among students, vendors and other commuters.Suddenly, there was an uproar. Shortly after, I realised that a middle-...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Northern Caribbean University (NCU), a Seventh-day Adventist institution, wishes to advise Malick Mangaroo, your Letter of the Day writer of Friday, November 16, 2018, that the leaders of the university do not endorse uncivilised or...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Prescient observers are realising that feminists are becoming quite popular in the Jamaican media. This is not problematic because all views must contend in the public domain.However, the issue is that their views on a range of...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Like many Jamaicans at home and abroad, I've been literally blown away at Dalton Harris' incredible performances on the UK version of X Factor talent show, as he advances in the top 10.However, I am surprised he has not been getting...

THE EDITOR, Sir:As I sit on the veranda of my grandmother's house, I could not resist smiling with joy after overhearing a conversation between some sixth-form students. They were discussing how pleased they were with the performance of this current...

THE EDITOR, Sir:That Jamaican society has largely sunken into depravity in terms of public conduct, and what comes out of the Parliament, and from entertainers, is widely accepted;, but when the Church endorses decadence, civility is at its end.On...
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