The editorial board's primary responsibility is to write The Royal Gazette's editorials, which represent the voice of the Editor and the publisher. The board is formed by Dexter Smith, Bill Zuill and Sam Strangeways, and oversees the Opinion section, which also includes Letters to the Editor and contributed Op-Eds.
LETTERS submitted for consideration must be accompanied by the full name, address and the daytime telephone number of the sender so they can be verified.
Letters without these details will not be accepted. These details will be omitted on request.
Pen names are no longer accepted
Letters should be no longer than 300 words. The Editor reserves the right to waive the word limit on letters deemed to be of particular public interest.
Letters must be exclusive to The Royal Gazette.