| Dad's distress Prison inmate denies drug links to family's murders in St Thomas
WHEN PAUL George McCool received a six-month prison sentence in February for attempting to smuggle nine pounds of ganja outside of Jamaica, he thought his life could get no worse.
Mob justice and J'can hypocrisy
BEFORE I begin, let me just assure all who read this article that I do not in any way condone the alleged beating of employees by members of the Super Plus management and supervisory team.
Assembling the 'fifth-term' Cabinet
TEN OF the 17-member Cabinet publicly opposed Portia Simpson Miller's candidacy as party president and, by extension, Prime Minister; only two Agriculture Minister Roger Clarke as well as Commerce and Technology Minister Phillip Paulwell ...
Simpson Miller's Cabinet?
ANALYSTS SAY if Portia Simpson Miller wants to ensure that her party wins the next general election, she has to unite the party following her victory in a keenly fought four-man contest a week ago.
Crime file on deportees
OCTOBER 03, 2004 - US study finds strong deportee-crime links - A SIX-MONTH Associated Press investigation, released in November last year, found that deportees were responsible for the crime waves overwhelming police and security forces in some coun
Police Federation condemns six-y-o girl's murder
SPANISH TOWN, St. Catherine: CHAIRMAN OF the Jamaica Police Federation, Corporal Raymond Wilson, has condemned the killing of six-year-old Levanna Gordon, daughter of Corporal Levaughn Gordon
34 mentally ill inmates sent home
THIRTY-FOUR of a batch of 74 mentally ill inmates who were lost in the prison system after being declared unfit to plead, have been processed and sent home in the last two years ...
The path to the presidency
THE PEOPLE'S National Party (PNP) presidential elections of February 25 represented the culmination of positive trends for the winner ...
How the rock crumbled
TIPPED BY many as the man to replace P.J. Patterson, Dr. Peter Phillips and his 'Solid As A Rock' campaign crumbled under the weight of 'Team Portia' last week at Jamaica College.
BREAKING THE GLASS CEILING - 'Ceiling cracked' say women's groups
WOMEN'S GROUPS say the 'glass ceiling' is under pressure, following the recent election of 60-year old Portia Simpson Miller as president-elect of the People's National Party ...