Infants fire-bombed - Three dead in fuss over cigarettes
WESTERN BUREAU: TWO INFANTS, 32-month-old Johanna Allen and her 13-month-old sister Sanatisa Mason, were killed early yesterday morning as they slept, when a group of men fire-bombed their one-room home at Norwood, St. James.
Whiteman shoulders blame - Minister admits effect of 'job cuts' statements
OCHO RIOS: MINISTER OF Education and Culture, Burchell Whiteman, acknowledged yesterday that the mass exodus of some of the island's educators to overseas classrooms could be blamed in part on statements he made last year about impending job...
Census starts September 11
THE GOVERNMENT through the Statistical Institute of Jamaica (STATIN) will be spending roughly $300 million to undertake the census of population and housing (2001) which is scheduled to get under way September 11.
Seaga endorses call for wider Commission
JAMAICA LABOUR Party (JLP) Leader Edward Seaga has endorsed calls from a number of civic and religious groups to put two additional persons on the three-member Commission of Enquiry set up to examine the recent upsurge of violence in western Kingston.
I am attracted to a co-worker
Q: I have a serious boyfriend. He is pretty busy with work these days, but we are very active together both socially and sexually. Meanwhile, though, I have had a mutual attraction with a man at work for almost a year, and lately it is becoming very...