Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Tuesday | January 21, 2014
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LETTER OF THE DAY - Resist police death squads
THE EDITOR, Sir:The sunday Gleaner should be congratulated for giving front-page exposure (January 19, 2014) to the very real existence of extrajudicial killings by the police in Jamaica.It is something that...

Portmore hospital has global potential
THE EDITOR, Sir:I wish to add my voice to the discussion on the impending construction of the Portmore International Hospital.The construction of this hospital will be of great benefit to the residents of Portmore in that the cost of construction,...

Mandatory vote a backward step
THE EDITOR, Sir:With reference to the article titled 'Too many just don't care' (Gleaner, January 16, 2014) by Carlton C.

Disillusioned by hypocritical Warmy, others
THE EDITOR, Sir: Let's give the man credit. Everald Warmington has been trying for the longest while to show just how much of a buffoon he is. Perhaps now, at last, we'll believe him.

Make pedestrian crossings more visible
THE EDITOR, Sir: Last year, 305 Jamaicans died from traffic accidents.

Too many language slip-ups
THE EDITOR, Sir:I am responding to a letter published in The Gleaner of Monday, January 13, 2014, in which the writer, John E.

Hats off to televangelist Crouch
THE EDITOR, Sir:The transition of Paul Crouch of the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) into glory has created a vacuum in Christendom that may never be filled.

JPS responds to People's Report Wiltshire grouse
THE EDITOR, Sir:The Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) has noted with concern the letter to the editor in the People's Report edition in your publication of January 18, 'That's not the bang we want for our buck, JPS'.The company is aware of incidents...

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