| Foundation to honour Manley's 80th birthday
THE RIGHT Honourable Michael Manley would have been 80 years old this year, and in commemoration the Michael Manley Foundation yesterday launched a programme of events to mark the anniversary.
JFJ gets deadline for Gayle document
JAMAICANS for Justice (JFJ) has been given a month to submit in writing their claims for reparations made before the Inter-American Council on Human Rights (IACHR) as part of their ongoing lobby to get Government's co-operation...
Gamma Ray machines reaping results - '... in the seizure of at least one illegal car and a cache of car parts'
THE NEWLY installed mobile Gamma Ray container inspection machines are already reaping results in the seizure of at least one illegal car and a cache of car parts, among other items at Port Bustamante.
Women express growing concern
THERE IS a concern among women that the refusal of several companies to employ females in the 40-60 age group has contributed to their dependence on their male partners...
US passes Ja's drug efforts
THE UNITED States Government has again given Jamaica a passing grade for its counter-narcotics efforts but said that "corruption continues to undermine law enforcement and judicial efforts against drug-related crime...
NWC seeks bids to carry out work on Mona Reservoir
THE NATIONAL Water Commission (NWC) is now seeking bids to carry out improvement works on the Mona Reservoir grounds as part of an extensive upgrading programme being carried out by the commission on its systems.
C&W environmental certification secured
CABLE & WIRELESS Jamaica, having secured ISO 14001 environmental certification at its Newport West Technical Support Centre, says it is now implementing several initiatives to eliminate, where possible...
'The Passion' stirs passion Tyrone Reid
Staff Reporter THE COLOSSALLY controversial film, The Passion of The Christ that has been stirring up mixed emotions internationally, has similarly began stirring Jamaicans who viewed the film this week.