Sun | May 28, 2017

Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir:Have you ever had a man press his body against yours without permission? Have you ever felt his weight crush your entire frame, muffling your screams? Have you ever tried to forget the stench of his...

Within the last two months, we have seen the repaving of some of our roads in Montego Bay. As someone who lives and drives in the town and surrounding communities, I am very elated for...

THE EDITOR, Sir:When I was still quite young, I remember my mother using the expression, 'Don't look a gift horse in the mouth', to a teacher on her staff. I liked the expression and started to use it, although I didn't know what it meant.It was...

The Editor, Sir:The traditional saying, 'Get a helper from the country', has now become archaic. Arguably, the introduction of technology where persons have been able to communicate and transfer information...

The Editor Sir:Jamaican public officials have a penchant for abusing privileges that comes with the office we have seen this over the years. But with increased scrutiny and the demand by watchdog agencies and an increasingly informed public, for...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) refusal to take on the redevelopment of the Fort Clarence Beach Park on its own and its attempt to pass this off for divestment is disappointing and shameful to say the least. The UDC has...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Stuart Law, the current coach of the West Indies cricket team, is doing a tremendous job in reviving the talents we now have at our disposal. The team is playing a very attractive type of cricket which is welcoming, especially in...

THE EDITOR, Sir:National Integrity Action (NIA) welcomes the launch by the Office of the Contractor General of an investigation into issues surrounding 'Mombasa Grass', the grant of a milk powder licence, and the conduct of Minister Karl Samuda,...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Having watched the Ishawna interview on TVJ's Entertainment Report, I believe Jamaicans are really 'bad-mind' and hypocritical. In her controversial song Equal Rights, which regales a woman's right to demand oral sex, Ishawna...

THE EDITOR, Sir:This is an open letter to Christopher Tufton, the minister of health.I know you have concerns about the expansion of the medical marijuana industry, especially under your portfolio as minister of health, but I seriously do not want...
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