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THE EDITOR, Sir:This Holness Government never ceases to amaze in its contradictions and hypocrisy, coupled with the shallow thinking of top-ranking members of the political executive.The Government, in an unprecedented move, announced on January 7,...

THE EDITOR, Sir:With the ending of fanfare over the millions spent on the completion of the upgrading work on Ward Avenue in Mandeville, heavy rains on Tuesday, January 15, 2019, exposed the inadequacy and myopic planning executed and supervised by...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The level of crime and violence in Jamaica is quite frightening, to say the least. Nonetheless, it is nothing strange to persons who understand spiritual warfare.The Holy Spirit, in Ephesians 6:12, says: "We wrestle not against flesh...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Claude Puel has recently come under fire for his managerial decisions at Leicester City Football Club. The home loss to Cardiff and the away defeat to minnows Newport County have not helped his cause. Craig Burley of ESPN has also...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Having watched the current debate on TVJ regarding the minimum wage vs liveable wage, permit me to add my two cents.Most persons have come down on the side that the current $7,000 weekly minimum wage is not liveable. While this may...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Jamaica is on the brink of a Chinese invasion. The team from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) pointed out a very important issue concerning the investments of the Chinese government in Jamaica. I believe this matter is...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I am happy to hear that the Mandela Highway pipeline has been repaired, but the community of Whitehaven Gardens, on Whitehall Avenue, in the vicinity of Red Hills Road, has had no water, not even the normal little trickle that would...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I wanted to bring to your attention my experience at Max Glass Shop at 55 Manchester Avenue in May Pen, Clarendon, on Thursday, January 10, 2019.I was doing home renovation, and having decided to put a sliding panel on the bath, the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I see where the Jamaican Government has voted not to recognise President Nicol┬Ěs Maduro as the legitimate president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. They have not really given us a compelling reason for their decision.The...

THE EDITOR, Sir:It has been one month since my house was burnt down in Cockburn Pen, St Andrew, which was covered under the newspaper headline 'Christmas crushed'.It has been a rough month having to start all over again, having been burnt out three...
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