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THE EDITOR, Madam: The surgical prowess of Dr Dwaine Cooke and team made front-page news in The Sunday Gleaner of June 28. I wish to convey congratulations to the entire management team of doctors, including Vincent Okpiavbe, Remona Miller,...
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THE EDITOR, Madam: When a government is doing a job to keep the country safe and upgrade it to a first-world country, we must all commend them for the wonderful work they are doing and not be distracted with other things that reflect negatively...

THE EDITOR, Madam: This is an open letter to Prime Minister Andrew Holness. I draw your immediate attention to the community of Pisgah in the St Elizabeth North West constituency, but specifically to the deplorable road conditions from Clermont...

THE EDITOR, Madam: We the constituents of the Havendale/Meadowbrook division would like our Member of Parliament (MP) Dr Nigel Clarke to tell us when the massive craters in the roads in the division will be repaired. The conditions of these roads...

THE EDITOR, Madam: I read Daryl Vaz’s response to Dr Peter Phillips, where he has labelled Dr Phillips the “chief hypocrite” in his comments against alleged corruption by Minister Vaz. Vaz seems to base his comments on the fact that Phillips, in...

THE EDITOR, Madam: Delroy Chuck is one of Jamaica’s more level-headed politicians. Unlike his colleagues, he refuses to give credence to inane rantings. But apparently, his aversion to acceding to the hysteria of the flippant Me Too Movement has...

THE EDITOR, Madam I am feeling overwhelmed by the effects of COVID-19 not only globally, but by the social fallout locally. I know the main ones are job losses, dwindling revenues, and the strain on the health sector, to name a few. However, my...

THE EDITOR, Madam I write in response to the Gleaner article ‘Sharp increase in minors under 10 being raped – May Pen SMO sounds alarm over children being viciously abused during COVID-19 lockdown’ by Corey Robinson, published on Sunday, June 28...

THE EDITOR, Madam A quantitative survey of the legislative process in the post-Independence House of Representatives reveals an inclination to abuse the invested legislative freedom and pass laws that “abrogate, infringe and abridge [our rights...

THE EDITOR, Madam: “If you don’t complain within 12 months, please ... you know … cut it out, ’’ said Justice Minister Delroy Chuck recently. Sexual harassment is a very serious and sensitive issue, and the kind of decorum one would expect a...
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