Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Friday | January 18, 2013
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LETTER OF THE DAY - Restructure agriculture sector for growth
THE EDITOR, Sir: The agriculture sector is considered by many to be a future-growth industry. However, this cannot happen unless the ministry is restructured for growth....

Divine intervention, Mr Dalley? Please!
THE EDITOR, Sir:I read in Monday's Gleaner, where Minister Horace Dalley, after emerging from the recent three-day Cabinet retreat, is asking the society to pray for divine intervention.He went on to request that we "pray for the Opposition and those in...

Ian Boyne missed the boat on Christmas
THE EDITOR, Sir:Mr Ian Boyne, in his annual anti-Christmas campaign, explored the lead-up to the decision as to the date on which Jesus' birth should be celebrated, but he omitted how the final decision was arrived at.It is known that the birth of John...

What Portia promised
THE EDITOR, Sir:I am forced to respond to your letter writer Agostinho Pinnock ('Come clean on economy', January 17, 2013) who falsely claimed that Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller promised "to sign" an International Monetary Fund (IMF) agreement...

Not so fast
THE EDITOR, Sir:What did Texas cowboys yell when trying to curtail the wild flailing of their horses? Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! My grandfather, on the other hand, would tell me, "Hold on to your brush!" whenever he wanted to borrow the ladder I was standing on...


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