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Jamaica Gleaner Lead Stories
published: Sunday | April 2, 2006

READY TO SERVE - Workable Cabinet say industry leaders
NEWLY-APPOINTED Prime Minister, Portia Simpson Miller, yesterday called on the church community to form an alliance with her administration. In addition, she said she would be instructing Cabinet ministers to appoint the clergy on every board ...

A new era
THE WELL-DRESSED elderly woman in a rich peach dress with matching broad-rimmed hat and accentuating accessories made her way purposefully onto the lawns of King's House.


A workable Cabinet
THE CONSENSUS among pundits and industry leaders is that PM Simpson Miller's 14-member Cabinet is 'workable'.


Farewell P.J.
MEMBERS OF both Houses of Parliament on Tuesday bade a fond farewell to Prime Minister P.J. Patterson, who retired after a 30-year political career, 14 of which were spent as Prime Minister of Jamaica.


Burden of state lifted
THESE DAYS when P.J. Patterson rises in the morning, he does not have the compulsion to grab the newspaper or tune into the radio to find out where something has gone awry in government and needs fixing.


New Cabinet reflects reality
THE NEW Cabinet appointments are a victory for reality. We can now re-focus on our three most burning challenges. These are crime, the economy and the social question.


Women can lead way in curbing violence
This article will continue the series of fundamental problems of Jamaica which I have been presenting weekly.


Bottom-up development workable
PRIME MINISTER Portia Simpson Miller's policy plan for social change through community development, using the bottom-up approach, is a workable strategy for the transformation of Jamaica.


The community agenda - Burke hopes for more participation
PAUL BURKE, deputy campaign manager of Team Portia, hopes that Prime Minister Simpson Miller's administration will make a greater effort than previous ones, to empower communities. This was a main plank of her campaign platform to win the presidency...




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