Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Monday | February 4, 2013
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LETTER OF THE DAY - Aquifers - the answer to Ja's drought problem
THE EDITOR, Sir: The recent warnings by the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management and the Meteorological Service, regarding the long and extensive period of drought which...

Ease taxes on average citizen
THE EDITOR, Sir:As a winter visitor to Jamaica, I often read The Gleaner while I am in the country.

The media have lost news focus
THE EDITOR, Sir:Today in Jamaica, we have the 'presstitutes', john crow journalists and media mortuaries - with their stable of 'well-respected' pundits - that are fat, lazy and have grown cosy with the establishment, used to big cars, and keeping up...

MOH striving for excellence
THE EDITOR, Sir:I write in response to your editorial of January 31, 2013 titled 'Health policy suffers from ADS'.Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are responsible for 56 per cent of deaths in Jamaica.

Billed for no service
THE EDITOR, Sir:Subscribers of LIME's landline and Internet services in the Lydford Heights Housing Scheme in Lydford, St Ann, feel undone by the uncaring and unfair demand to pay for a service that was disrupted by unscrupulous persons on the advent of...


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