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THE EDITOR, Sir: Next month, the World Bank and International Financial Corporation will commence collection of data that will be evaluated for publication in their 17th report on the Ease of Doing Business Index: Doing Business 2020. In the...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Veteran journalist and lecturer, the very tolerant and easy-going Fae Ellington, who replaced long-standing host, the late Ian Boyne, on the personality TV show Profile, which is aired at 6:30 p.m. on Sundays on TVJ, is doing a...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Open letter to Prime Minister Andrew Holness: Forty million dollars was allocated initially in 2008 to the various constituencies through the Constituency Development Fund (CDF), when it started, but the allocation was not...

THE EDITOR, Sir: It was with great delight that many Jamaicans, and especially government employees, welcomed the announcement from Prime Minister Andrew Holness of the increased housing solutions and, coupled with that, an assurance of ensuring...

THE EDITOR, Sir: It was only a few days ago I wrote you a letter on the death of the Hon. Patrick Rousseau, which you kindly published. I write you again of the death of another good friend and Caribbean stalwart, Sir Alister McIntyre. While much...

THE EDITOR, Sir: With more churches per capita than any other country in the world, the irony of the heartrending crime and violence that occur in the nation on a daily basis is overwhelming, as the latest horror displaces the former. A child, or...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Is it now the most dangerous risk to attend a place for prayer and worship? Is kneeling in earnest search of God on a pew now the swiftest route to Paradise? The massacre of the innocents in diverse places, Christchurch New Zealand...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Jamaica’s Foreign minister, Senator Kamina Johnson Smith, has explained Jamaica’s vote of acceptance of Juan Guaidó’s choice as ambassador to the Organization of American States (OAS) with the spurious argument that Guaidó’s...

THE EDITOR, Sir: So much fuss about road fatalities, and quite rightly so. The statistics are frightening, with no significant decrease or consistent improvement on yearly figures. The point is, a major contributory factor to such unfortunate...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Pertaining to your story that was brought to the public attention about security guards being robbed, it is no lie. It is even worse than you think. I work with a security company in St Elizabeth. Other guards work and I work 12-...
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