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THE EDITOR, Sir: The recent resistance of pro-abortionist groups to the church leaders’ stance on the abortion issue clarifies the scriptural wisdom that Christianity and politics just do not mix. ‘My kingdom is not of this world’, declared no...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Permit me to support Derrick Simon, president of the Golden Spring Citizens’ Association, in his oft-repeated quest for road repairs. Several years ago, on the eve of a general election, my car was stopped on one of the roads in...

THE EDITOR, Sir: No matter how difficult and challenging a netball contest may be or will be, there is still hope for the Sunshine Girls. No matter how good, how skilful and experienced their opponents may be, there is hope for the Sunshine Girls...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Principals throughout the island have been trying to make their pitch to parents that their contribution is in fact needed if their schools are to continue to fund their programmes. Yet many parents remain unconvinced of the dire...

THE EDITOR, Sir: A trip to Negril to present at a conference last week provided me with the astonishing revelation that I had not been to Negril for more than 20 years. On my journey, I stepped back in time as I went through Hopewell and then...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Prime Minister Andrew Holness, in his defence of the states of emergency (SOE) in the House on Tuesday, made a very important point, one that has been lost in the never-ending politicisation of crime: we need states of emergency...

THE EDITOR, SIR: I recently saw the video of a young lady screaming for her life as the taxi she was in got in a high-speed chase with the police. The taxi driver ignored her pleas to stop as he recklessly made his escape. Our taxi drivers are...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I wish to bring to light a very humbling experience which I had almost two weeks ago. I went to the Mother’s patty store in the Liguanea area to have a snack and I was greeted politely by the security guard, who promptly opened...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Corruption is a serious blight on any organisation, let alone a country. It is a matter that must be dealt with seriously and not be used for grandstanding and political gamesmanship. That is why I think the recent public rally...

A concerned female jogger reminds JPSCo that the Palisadoes stretch, which is a popular area for persons to exercise in the mornings and evenings, has been without street lights for over a month, leaving the area in total darkness at nights,...
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