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THE EDITOR, Sir: The Government seems oblivious to the fact that when there are too many complex processes to get everyday things done by the public, they will seek an easier way to have them addressed, and this eventually...

THE EDITOR, Sir:This letter is a response to the Growth and Jobs article titled 'Wanted: more women in construction' that published in The Gleaner on September 19.It is high time that women in the Jamaican society be involved in work that men...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Jamaica has much natural beauty, stunning views, amazing beaches and rainforests coupled with rivers that can make one's heart stop with the breathtaking majesty. However, we have one massive blight accompanying this beauty: garbage....

THE EDITOR, Sir:The plight of NIS pensioners who have received no upgrade on their fortnightly allocations for several years was the subject of a plea for an urgent increase by Opposition Leader Dr Peter Phillips at the PNP's recently held annual...

THE EDITOR, Sir: In my letter to the editor on Tuesday, September 19, 2017, regarding the arson attack on the Sts Peter and Paul Church, some commented that there was no mention of forgiveness. I certainly appreciate this constructive feedback.However, the question...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I was interested to read an article published in The Gleaner titled 'British High Commission looks to hit reset button with Jamaica' (September 20, 2017). In the article, the British high commissioner to Jamaica outlines how they...

THE EDITOR, Sir:This is an open letter to Peter DePass, company secretary of Jamaica Broilers Group (JBG).I have just received the notice over your signature for the AGM of Jamaica Broilers Group scheduled for Tuesday, October 17, at the company's...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I'm eagerly awaiting the transformation of the public sector. There are too many persons warming chairs and occupying office spaces in which they should not rightfully be.Nepotism and McGregor's Y Type government employees are the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I agree with the move by the Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) to take red coins out of our nation's currency. Following on that decisive step, I urge the BOJ to, seriously, consider introducing a $2,500 note.When the $5,000 note was introduced...

THE EDITOR, Sir:It seems that the United Kingdom has indeed got its priorities wrong. It has come up with a means test in which seriously devastated Caribbean islands such as Barbuda, and now, Dominica, will not be qualified for relief funding from...
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