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Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir:Allow me to express appreciation to letter writers Javon Mowatt - in encouraging me and National Integrity Action (NIA) "to remain a bastion of impartiality and unimpeachable integrity" - and Zukie Jarrett - for the concern that NIA...

THE EDITOR, Sir:It is said that a man is innocent until proven guilty, and we must continue, as a society, to respect such an adage. It is important that as the leading newspaper in Jamaica, you must ensure that you do not violate human rights or...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Plastic scandal bags and plastic soda bottles should be banned in Jamaica as a starting point to significantly improving Jamaica's environment and ecosystem.In their place should be what was produced/provided and used/bought, on a...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I'm somewhat puzzled and concerned after realising that National Integrity Action (NIA) has been somewhat distant and silent regarding the whole Manchester Municipal Corporation scandal.Millions of dollars unaccounted for but no NIA...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I am having a growing sense of unease about comments made by National Integrity Action (NIA) boss and anti-corruption campaigner Professor Trevor Munroe.In The Sunday Gleaner, in a story titled 'Punish Petrojam wrongdoers', the...

The EDITOR, Sir:Most European cities and some in the US had a terrorist attack over the last decade. Those cities are usually on high alert, but it happens. Imagine where there is no heightened security and terrorist profiling is not high on the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I read the article with nervousness and trepidation, but soon find myself agreeing with Lennie Little-White's view of religions.Like Mr Little-White, I was brought up a Presbyterian who believed that the 'white' Jesus will descend...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I am so upset with how we Jamaicans are treated by those immigration officers at the airport when we visit our families in Jamaica.I am a born Jamaican living in the United States for a number of years. I never forget my country and...

THE EDITOR, Sir:In response to the letter entitled "Cops don't know what it means to serve", published on Saturday, June 16, 2018, we are at it again, finding every reason to chastise the service men and women.Here is an article in Jamaica's...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I write with reference to an article in the Jamaica Observer of June 14 headlined '$12M HR Manager'. The article quoted statements attributed to the general manager, which indicated, inter alia, that the previous HR manager was...
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