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THE EDITOR, Sir:I was interested to read an article published in The Gleaner titled 'British High Commission looks to hit reset button with Jamaica' (September 20, 2017). In the article, the British high commissioner to Jamaica outlines how they...

THE EDITOR, Sir:This is an open letter to Peter DePass, company secretary of Jamaica Broilers Group (JBG).I have just received the notice over your signature for the AGM of Jamaica Broilers Group scheduled for Tuesday, October 17, at the company's...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The plight of NIS pensioners who have received no upgrade on their fortnightly allocations for several years was the subject of a plea for an urgent increase by Opposition Leader Dr Peter Phillips at the PNP's recently held annual...

THE EDITOR, Sir:One seems to be the new People's National Party's (PNP) three.The public cry of the PNP of the Government's announcement of major implementation works for St Mary and its environs has further promoted the deep desperation of a party...

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:After more than 30 years of our advocacy and struggle, we, the Jamaican deaf community, were finally allowed to get driver's licences. Frontline police officers were even given basic training in Jamaican sign language and deaf...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Minister Audley Shaw, I give you a reasonable 7/10 for your work done in the ministry thus far as you continue to fight the good fight for the people and for small businesses.But please, Minister, Iam begging you to do something...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Isn't it beautiful now in hindsight that perfect vision and insight reign? How differently things could have been if we had dealt with integration and regionalism matters in a timely manner and a balanced way? I refer to the blending...
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