Sat | May 23, 2015

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Buggery, though immoral,ought not to be criminalisedTHE EDITOR, Sir:Not every act that is deemed immoral should be made illegal. If that were the case, adultery would have to be made illegal, which ought not to be, because that would infringe upon...

Clamp down onMoBay traffic chaosThe city of Montego Bay continues to have in place an inherently ramshackle, chaotic and ineffective transportation system, which requires the meticulous attention of the Montego Bay traffic department, the Transport...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Following on The Gleaner's reporton Monday, May 18, 2015, headlined 'Longville Park Phase III residents cry foul', we write to provide information regarding the development and outline the approaches being taken by the National...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The Jamaica Coalition for a Healthy Society (JCHS) refers to the announcement by the US State Department of the visit to Jamaica from May 21-23, by US Special Envoy for the Human Rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT)...

THE EDITOR, Sir:It is not a coincidence that farmers and communities, particularly in the western part of Jamaica, are crying out for what has become a dwindling supply of quality groundwater.Six of our major rivers have their sources in the Cockpit...

THE EDITOR, Sir:IN ITS opposition to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), the leader of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) has gone as far as having senators sign predated resignation letters which the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Recently, Technology Minister Phillip Paulwell engaged the University of the West Indies to conduct an islandwide survey on behalf of his ministry to determine why the country fell in the global telecommunications ranking. Frankly,...

THE EDITOR, SIRIt has now been reported that the government of France has cancelled the debts owed to it by Haiti. Now, while those who have been pushing for reparations from Europe for the so-called crimes of slavery are celebrating, the French...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The explanation given by Bert Samuels for his opposition to the DNA law ('Why I oppose DNA law', Sunday Gleaner, May 10, 2015) is not convincing.At the beginning of his column, he states that an accused cannot be compelled to give...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Where does Damion Crawford come from, telling Jamaican voters that they must take responsibility for their actions and stop depending on politicians to secure them a lot in life?What are the prospects of him being popular for...
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