19 November 2004
Rural areas need more doctors

Rural areas need more doctors


Editor: Why are medical graduates not working in the rural areas?In reference to the article "Doctors At Large" in your last edition, please help me t...
12 November 2004
Seeking solutions to violence

Seeking solutions to violence


Editor: It is evident that most people are concerned about the violent trends plaguing the nation, and the suffering experienced by the victims of vio...
NDP attacking Taiwanese

NDP attacking Taiwanese


After 17 years in which the NDP destroyed most of the industries – sugar, coconut oil, Diamond Dairy and stone crushing – they are now in th...
Why no challenge from revolutionaries?

Why no challenge from revolutionaries?


EDITOR: It is important that we examine the term “revolution”, especially since there is so much claim to revolutionary ideas as we begin ou...
Being relevant in a constantly changing world

Being relevant in a constantly changing world


Editor: As globalisation continues to affect our tiny nation, permit me to ask if our leaders see the need for the country to move to a knowledge-base...
Political mudslinging in SVG must stop now

Political mudslinging in SVG must stop now


EDITOR: My concerns about partisanship in this country is not so much about the level of tribalism that it is said to generate, but the lack of profou...
05 November 2004
Crime within the police force?

Crime within the police force?


Editor: We have to be careful, in reacting to the escalating crime situation, not to allow individual and collective freedom to be eroded under the gu...
Put country before party

Put country before party


Editor: The letter carried in last week’s edition by Francis Periera on the controversial cross-country road makes interesting reading, since the...
Postal Service making strides

Postal Service making strides


Editor: I wish to respond to a letter appearing in the October 22, 2004 edition of your paper, under the caption "St Vincent postal service behind tim...
Why the cross- country road must be built – part II

Why the cross- country road must be built – part II


by Dr. Jerrol ThompsonThe digital mapping, using laser technology, commenced in May 2002 and provided details of the terrain to the nearest square fo...