| PNP's 67th - a tribute to PJ
THE PEOPLE'S National Party (PNP) will spend more than $7 million for this weekend's 67th annual conference and send-off for party leader P.J. Patterson.
'Portmore could be next New Orleans'
PORTMORE, BUILT just outside of Kingston, across Hunts Bay, in southern St. Catherine, began as a small housing development in the 1960s. It has since grown to 55,000 houses and an estimated quarter of a million people, the latter figure put forward by...
Sex in the city: Go-go dancer started at 13, plans to retire at 30
UNEDUCATED, UNFETTERED and unflustered Dashalee McLeish is a veteran go-go dancer, having spent the last 15-years of her life strutting her stuff on the stages of nightclubs across the island.
The garrison phenomenon - Is West Kingston 'the mother of all garrisons'?
IF ONE had to identify the political garrison which strikes the most fear in the minds of Jamaicans, it would be a major surprise if West Kingston, home to Tivoli Gardens, was not the overwhelming choice.
Jah Cure's reflections - 'It is all about rehabilitation'
HE WAS evasive about the incident, no longer forceful in his declaration of innocence. He thinks there's a move afoot to stymie his upcoming appeal for parole. Siccaturie Alcock or Jah Cure wants to get out of jail and believes that the time...
Evacuation picks up steam
PLANES, TRAINS and buses delivered refugees to safety on Saturday as the evacuation of this ruined city finally appeared to pick up steam.