Letters to the Editor

Plastic ban just first step

Monday, April, 1 2019    

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Books versus goats in the battle for votes

Friday, March, 29 2019    

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Tribute: When great ones die

Friday, March, 29 2019    

Dear Editor,I can vividly remember as a young student going to school listening to the distinct voice of Dorraine Samuels every morning on the prominent RJR programme Good Morning Jamaica, which she shared with veteran Alan Magnus for many years. Read More

Has the PNP lost its way?

Friday, March, 29 2019    

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We miss Dorraine already

Thursday, March, 28 2019    

Dear Editor,Apart from crime and violence, cancer is one of the biggest and leading causes of death in the world. It's like “Mother the Great Stone of Babylon”. Nobody can move it, shake it, or wipe it out — only God himself. Read More

Send a message about misbehaviour

Thursday, March, 28 2019    

Dear Editor,As the Calabar saga unfolds there are certainly more questions than answers. Read More

Weed worries

Thursday, March, 28 2019    

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Donald Trump's approval numbers better than Peter Phillips's

Thursday, March, 28 2019    

Dear Editor,I believe the struggle is real for Peter Phillips. Despite so much negative coverage of US President Donald Trump by the left-leaning mainstream media his numbers are still higher than Peter Phillips's in Jamaica. Read More

Corruption and wickedness

Thursday, March, 28 2019    

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Shame on Calabar's administration

Wednesday, March, 27 2019    

Dear Editor,The following is an open letter to the management of Calabar High School:  Read More

Focus on your portfolio, Hanna

Wednesday, March, 27 2019    

Dear Editor,The Sunday Brew column in the Jamaica Observer on March 24, 2019 stood out to me. Read More

US push and power in Venezuela

Wednesday, March, 27 2019    

Dear Editor,The present fight for Venezuela is similar to the fight for the Suez Canal in 1956. It will determine the fate of US global hegemony similar to how Suez determined Britain's fate. After being defeated, British prestige was permanently damaged. Read More

Constant Spring Market vendors awaiting justice

Wednesday, March, 27 2019    

Dear Editor,I find it strange that an institution such as the Constant Spring Market and the shops to the sides and at the back are being demolished and no replacements have been built or provided for. Read More

GOJ should learn honour, beware karma

Tuesday, March, 26 2019    

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Ja's water resources are at constant risk

Tuesday, March, 26 2019    

Dear Editor,I look at all the development happening across Kingston and St Andrew and I would like to start a conversation about the way in which we approach development vis-a-vis how we treat with protection of our water resources. Read More



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