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Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir:Your editorial of Thursday, September 14, 2017, 'Banks not the villains', was very informative and on point. You focused on the debate about the interest rates banks currently charge. There is one...

THE EDITOR, Sir:This is an open letter to scribe Gordon Robinson.I write as one of your three loyal readers. Your absence from the pages of the Sunday and Tuesday Gleaner has left us more seriously entwined than Booklist Boyne.Speaking personally,...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I reside overseas and pay the family home utility bills for my mother, who is in her 90s. I have been doing this since having left the island not so long ago and was careful to request all service providers - the Jamaica Public...

THE EDITOR, Sir:It seems that by-elections will be called no later than this week. South East St Mary will be the seat all eyes will be on in October. This seat is considered a swing one by both major political parties.Before the seat was renamed in...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The last few days since Hurricane Irma have been challenging for some Jamaicans living in Florida.There is no electricity in many communities and life is anything but the same for persons there...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Thanks to The Sunday Gleaner's In Focus section for publishing 'Consensus on climate change' (September 17, 2017), a powerful essay by Professor A. Anthony Chen in contradiction of columnist Martin Henry's 'Hurricanes and climate...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The savage who blindly took the life of ophthalmologist Dr Sonya-Kay Forbes must rid himself of cowardice and surrender to the police!I am certain that the doctor could have opted to live and work outside of Jamaica. But, she stayed...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The rate at which crime is increasing in Jamaica is quite alarming. The crime statistics have been recording extremely violent and senseless killings, including beheadings and child homicides. Crimes against women and children have...

THE EDITOR, Sir:While the article 'FLA goes hunting: Agency seeks 3,000 licensed firearm holders not certified during recent amnesty' (September 13, 2017) highlighted that the Firearm Licensing Authority would be...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The politically appointed chairman of the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO), Alexander Williams, underscored the totalitarian emasculation of CEOs of state agencies and enterprises by their temporal political bosses, when he...
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