Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Saturday | December 15, 2012
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LETTER OF THE DAY - A land where pleasure abounds
THE EDITOR, Sir: We have become a nation which knows how to play but seems unable to find the will to work. In fact, the emphasis on pleasure seems to be a top-down phenomenon; Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller, whom we affectionately call Sista P, called the Axeman early on the morning of his fight to have a nice long talk and to request a 50th anniversary gift - the WBA crown in a Jamaican fight.

No flat tax for transporters
THE EDITOR, Sir:Transport operators associated with several public transport organisations on Thursday, December 13, condemned plans by Tax Administration Jamaica to introduce a flat tax for public transport operators.

Ruling by might
THE EDITOR, Sir:The whole political atmosphere can be considered a game, if looked at in a euphemistic manner.

Government must protect citizens
THE EDITOR, Sir: This is an open letter to the minister of national security, Peter Bunting.

Good ideas, but better planning needed
THE EDITOR, Sir:The Office of the Prime Minister announced the advent of Internet protocol television to deliver on-demand educational content to 50 schools and 10 through free-to-air television.This move speaks volumes of what we want to achieve within...


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