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Mark Wignall

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Jamaica Observer

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Jamaica Observer

40-42 1/2 Beechwood Avenue

Kingston, Kingston,5

Jamaica

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Breaking news from the premier Jamaican newspaper, the Jamaica Observer. Follow Jamaican news online for free and stay informed on what’s happening in the Caribbean ...more

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Jamaica Observer: Jamaican News Online - the Best of Jamaican Newspapers - Search Results - JamaicaObserver.com Jamaica Observer Search Results: "Mark Wignall" Yesterday's Sunday Observer column by Mark Wignall, entitled 'Should Karl Samuda retire to the political tar pits?', contained statements regarding the alleged intimidation of JLP voters with a view to preventing them from voting in a general elect ... more Dear Editor, Mark Wignall's column in the Sunday Observer asks the question, 'Where is Jamaica's Obama?' It is indeed an interesting question, even if a bit irrelevant given the circumstances of the practice of democracy within both jurisdictions. ... more I agree with the statements made by Mark Wignall in his column titled 'Encouraging signs in the Jamaican business community' published on Decem ... more Columbus/LIME merger risks taking telecoms back to the dark ages Wednesday, December 17, 2014 I felt moved to respond to Mark Wignall's Sunday Observer column in The Agenda entitled 'Embrace the healthy competition, Digicel' based on the fact that the piece was littered with emotional invective whilst, at the same time, being totally devoid o ...more Wignall's weird welcome Monday, November 24, 2014 Dear Editor, I see Mark Wignall totally missed the point again in his Sunday column titled 'I welcome the Cable and Wireless acquisition of Flow'. Wignall seemingly welcomes inevitable widespread job loss as the company seeks to save. Wignall ... more CHIKV on the brains, Wignall? Friday, October 31, 2014 Dear Editor, As a Kingston College old boy (Class of 81) I was intrigued by the defence put up by Mark Wignall of the decision by the KC Old Boys' Association president to revert to an all-male annual dinner. Mark Wignall (MW): I tried most desperately to avoid you, using Vape mats, coils of burning stuff, spray insecticides, and the electric fan at the foot of my bed on rapid. My statement carried in the Daily Observer of Thursday, July 29, 2014, suggesting that God is speaking to our nation through the drought, has seemed to cause concern for some people, like your outstanding columnist, Mark Wignall. The following is a response in full from the Police High Command regarding a column by Mark Wignall in the Sunday Observer June 1, headlined 'Lottery scam has enriched a few and destroyed the vulnerable': The High Command of the Jamaica ... more Poisonous and unprofessional, Mr Wignall Dear Editor, I refer to the article entitled 'Do we have the will to fix the energy problem?' written by Mark Wignall and published in your Sunday Observer of 13th October. Columnist Mark Wignall has a big problem with those nagging concrete trucks that damage Jamaica's road surfaces.


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"Mark, your insightful observations and probing questions are on target!


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