Sun | Aug 25, 2019

Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir: Let us just call a spade a spade. The Government is marginalising our ­teachers. Apparently, if you are not in the discipline of maths or the sciences, you are mediocre just because your subject area is not in high demand,...

THE EDITOR, Sir: In 2015, at age 24, I purchased my first house in a gated community by virtue of utilising a joint mortgage with the National Housing Trust and a private financial institution. I was super exited to be a homeowner. Upon...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I have been trying to get a divorce since October 2011. I took all the relevant documents to the Legal Aid office in Mandeville and paid the fees. I felt happy because it took off smoothly. However, since it got to the stage for...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I thought auxiliary fees were long abolished, but it appears that I am wrong. Year after year, parents are forced to pay these ‘contributions’ for their child/children to remain in school, or even to graduate. We have heard the...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Kindly allow me space to respond to a letter published 20 August 2019, captioned “Peppers’ Customer Service Not Hot at All”, and hope that you give same equal prominence. I wish to unreservedly apologise to the author, Mr. Devon...

THE EDITOR, Sir: The demolished market at Manor Park remains in the news. The Reverend Garnett Roper, president of the Jamaica Theological Seminary, has admitted that it was he who first responded to the ‘plight’ of the market vendors and pressed...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I viewed the trailer for what appears to be the newest addition to the ever-growing car-racing movie chain. The trailer for ‘Fast and Reckless – Dunrobin Drift’. This new addition stars the up-and-coming star ‘Driver of Black...

THE EDITOR, Sir: The Little Theatre Movement of Jamaica expresses deep regret at the passing of Noel Dexter, one of Jamaica’s noted composers and musical directors. Noel Dexter graciously shared his time and talent with the annual national...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I write to express my utter disgust with Saturday night’s staging of Unity in the City. To begin, the event started almost two hours after the advertised time of 6 p.m.. There was chaos at the gates with persons pushing and...

A draft of the National Spatial plan, which will outline the governance framework for the optimal and effective use and management of Jamaica’s natural resources, is to be completed by December 2019. This modern national physical plan, under phase...
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