If you're interested in submitting a Letter to the Editor, click the submit button below.

The National Joint Action Committee (NJAC) calls on all leaders, as well as other individuals throughout the wider society, to exercise a greater level of responsibil…

The reasons given by Education Minister Anthony Garcia for persisting with the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination sounds very much like an excuse for doi…

It was with deep sadness that I read recently where the commissioner of police chastised criminologists for offering comments, recommendations and analyses, as well a…

The Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Mt Hope, is the most confusing hospital I have ever come across. You need a map or GPS to find anything in that place.

EVER since the news broke that Owen Arthur, the former prime minister of Barbados, will be the new Chairman of LIAT, there is an air of expectancy of better times for…

THE decision of the prime minister to back Barbados and stay away from meeting with the US Secretary of State in Jamaica is a foolish move and lacks common sense—but,…

The position led by Caricom chairperson Mia Mottley and publicly endorsed by the governments of Trinidad and Tobago and Antigua and Barbuda on this week’s meeting with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is well-grounded and informed by respect for the integrity of Caricom.

The concern in some quarters about the two-day working visit to Jamaica of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is somewhat misplaced.

A caller to a radio talk show programme recently remonstrated against what she felt was “too much negativity” being expressed by those to whom she was listening. She was appealing for what in her view was a greater sense of national unity among our peoples.


Do you have a news tip?

Want to share good news story, or do you have information that should see the light of day? Then we want to hear from you.


Get up-to-the-minute news sent straight to your device.


Push notification