Mon | Dec 11, 2017

Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir:I was travelling along Oxford Rd last week when I saw that the Emancipation Park monument titled 'Redemption Song', located at the corner of Oxford Road and Knutsford Boulevard,...

First, it is just disgusting that the specific amounts of compensation to named Tivolites are published. Is this the doing of The Gleaner only, or also of the Compensation Committee? This is an invasion of privacy. It sets up those named for...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The week of December 10, 2017, marks human-rights celebrations across the globe. It is timely that we in Jamaica awake to the wave of conservatism that negatively impacts the work of human rights."Palestinians switch off Christmas...

THE EDITOR, Sir:We cannot deny that police brutality does exist. Some police officers abuse their authority and pose a threat to the safety of our people. This is my reason to wholeheartedly support the concept...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I am so distraught to learn that the Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS Branch in Michie Supermarket on Washington Boulevard will be closed in January 2018.This new innovative banking service was such a great idea, BNS, and this is one that...

THE EDITOR, Sir:For those of us who have been painstakingly following the Pfizer vs. Lasco and Medimpex debacle, last week's ruling most certainly came as a shock. For the most part, the presiding judge demonstrated a wealth of knowledge about the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:With the high increase in murder rate with recording over 1,400 since the start of the year, we all should be in agreement including the churches with Prime Minister Andrew Holness and national security minister, Robert Montague's...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Jamaicans can't help but to sensationalise every situation and the opposition can't help but to ride the smallest indiscretions for political mileage. Even if it means falsifying information and that is as pathetic as it is deceitful...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The exponents of the National Identification System (NIDS) have disingenuously framed the debate as'NIDS-no NIDS', where those who object are guilty of not supporting a national ID. This is...

THE EDITOR, Sir:There is broad optimism in Jamaica for the prospects of economic growth together with employment. This is understandable, as with economic growth comes an increase in standard of living, and more quality public goods such as...
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