Fri | Sep 4, 2015

Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir:The report in today's Gleaner of a denial in Parliament of knowledge of a river in Manchester took me back to my childhood when I moved from Manchester to a primary school in Hanover and had a...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I was a contestant in this year's Miss Universe Jamaica pageant and recently shared the following thoughts on my Facebook page."I'm finally back home and reflecting on my Miss Universe Jamaica experience. When I would tell people I...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I am recommending that instead of dishing out more national awards to our athletes following the recent performances in Beijing, as has been suggested by so many, a Champions Walk of Fame (similar to the Hollywood Walk of Fame for...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Imagine my shock and horror when reviewing a summons a few days ago, issued to a client of mine, I read the following words: (the names have been changed for the protection of the parties):"Whereas by an Affiliation Order made at a...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I write as a concerned Jamaican to offer unsolicited advice to the minister of finance to help save the country some tax revenue.A general election is constitutionally due by December 2016 and, based on past experience each candidate...

THE EDITOR, Sir:This is an open letter to the National Works AgencyIn light of the recent legislative push to have motorists held accountable for damages to road furniture, please bear in mind that the opposite should be considered and also be put...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Unlike Paul Stephens, the pilot recently released from prison in Qatar, I want to praise the swift action of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.My son, Jeremy Blake, having earned his bachelor's degree at Bloomfield College, New Jersey...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I have wanted to comment publicly on Hi-Lo's move from Manchester Shopping Centre to Ward Avenue for a long time. Avia Collinder's article, 'Hi-Lo gives up on Mandeville, for now', in the Financial Gleaner of August 28, 2015,...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I am calling upon the Ministry of Education to include some kind of programme in the Jamaican school system to educate the children of Jamaica about animal cruelty.If there were some kind of educational programme in the school system...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Sincere thanks to Ian Boyne for that excellent Sunday Gleaner article 'Life lessons from Beijing' (August 30, 2015). It was a very insightful piece with points that are priceless gems for those wishing to succeed.I hope it's printed...
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