Friday | September 1, 2006
'Butt out!' - Doctors tell nurses to mind own business in pay dispute
Junior doctors yesterday told the president of the Nurses Association of Jamaica (NAJ) to butt out of their wage negotiations with the Government and branded as unfair, Edith Allwood-Anderson's advice to other public sector employees to agree to salary...
Should employers test workers for HIV/AIDS?
'Employers should not target HIV'
... Carriers not receiving antiretroviral medication
Top CSEC achievers
GLEANER-BILL JOHNSON POLL - Parents say education cost a burden
D-Day for car dealers - Rush to beat new duty policy
More nominees for People's National Party (PNP) VP posts
GLEANER EDITORS' FORUM - Ministry gets US grant for new farming policy
The Ministry of Agriculture and Lands has received a grant of more than US$50,000 from the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) towards the development of a new agricultural policy. Donovan Stanberry, permanent secretary in the Agriculture and Lands...
Chief education officer retires
Jamaican police express interest in questioning Islamic cleric
Fisherfolk bemoan untapped squid market
Online vehicle registration system lands motorist in police custody
Bad roads frustrate life in Treasure Beach
Fishers charged in ganja seizure
Gunmen kill teenager, injure four in Portmore
IDB loan freeze
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), Jamaica's largest source of multilateral funding, has put a hold on new capital loans for the next three years, saying the country has not invested promised resources in projects already...
Lee Chin hires Aubyn Hill for T&T assignment
Royal Caribbean to buy Spanish tour operator
National Insurance Fund (NIF) loses $1.6 billion in a year
High demand for retirement
Container thefts costing shippers millions
Rodney's challenge: beating back C&WJ market rivals
Fitch rates Jamaica as stable, but below investment grade
Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) has US$4m maintenance plan for western Jamaica
Ricardo Fuller to play for Stoke City
Jamaica international footballer Ricardo Fuller completed a move to English Championship division club Stoke City from Southampton following the completion of a successful medical on Wednesday.
Malcolm explains ump's exclusion from final
FROM THE BOUNDARY: What's the problem with umpire Chung?
Bull Bay beat Cavalier 3-1
Former Open champs on fire
Guyana clinch U-19 title
Bolt, McFarlane win in Zagreb
Wadadah on target to take the crown
Greece fire warning shot at US
Take Celebration Time
HORSE SENSE: Saratoga winding down
EDITORIAL: Whither the Cricket World Cup vision?
The point has been made before - in these columns and, indeed, elsewhere. That is, US$105 million, or J$6.9 billion is a lot of money, more so in a relatively poor country such as Jamaica.
Help one - save Jamaica
Impact of health costs on pay
LETTER OF THE DAY - The value of words, good or bad
The Editor, Sir: There are such things as 'bad' words. By them, we have their counterparts which are 'good' words. Not only are there bad and good words, but there are also 'pleasant' and 'unpleasant' words.
Exceptional surgical services
Jamaica Post responds
Crime is out of control
Wedderburn soars with unusual voice
Terry-Ann Wedder-burn's unusual voice may not emulate the traditional sound of gospel music, but she thinks her break out is imminent. So far, this year she has captured the first ever MAJA Gospel Star award and was featured on the annual Recharge...
'Talladega Nights' induces snores, laughter
'Writing Life' ends with performances
Tanya Stephens very good 'Stripped Down'
Miss Jamaica (World) 2006, Sara Lawrence, will leave for Warsaw, Poland, this September, armed with a collection of divine clothing - fit for a queen of course - in making her bid for the coveted title of Miss World.
They glowed all night
Celebrations have begun
Wild Friday at FFK
Cartoon of the Day