| UWI professor doubts viability of natural gas
WHILE THE Jamaican Government presses ahead with its plans to set up a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal with its CARICOM partner, Trinidad and Tobago, Professor Al Binger of the University of the West Indies (UWI) is casting doubts on.
Stalwarts honoured at Edwin Allen High
SPALDINGS, Clarendon: FIFTY-ONE Academic and seven ancillary staff members at the Edwin Allen High School in north west Clarendon were honoured last Friday ...
Attorney appeals against Judicial Review decision
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW CHARLES Ganga-Singh, who was fired in November 2002, from his post as legal officer of the Betting Gaming and Lotteries Commission (BGLC), has filed an appeal against a ruling of the Judicial Review Court.
Survival of our wetlands is crucial to life
WORLD WETLANDS Day has been celebrated on February 2 since 1997, giving us the opportunity to focus attention on the significance of these most abused pieces of earth.
Five appetite-control foods
MANY PEOPLE have decided to lose weight this year. Congratulations! But many fear that they may not be able to control their appetite and that hunger will spoil their weight loss programme. The weight control programme that I use is called Shapeworks..
Gov't to assist Kilancholly family - Financial support and counselling to be provided
OCHO RIOS, St. Ann: GOVERNMENT WILL be providing both financial support and counselling for the family of the three children murdered in Kilancholly in St. Mary last Friday.