| No special treatment for diaspora on gov't contracts
Looking at what Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer and others have achieved with no support from the state, it has struck me that we need to start organising that aspect of what is viewed as special characteristics of Jamaica and turn them into business ventures.
111 days to Cricket World Cup ... and Kingston still not ready!
WITH JUST over three months to go before the start of cricket's showpiece event, the much-talked-about redevelopment of the capital city in time for the ICC Cricket World Cup (CWC) is still to take shape.
Best Travel concerned over rival companies - ... Says smear tactics are being used to prevent them from doing business in Jamaica
OCHO RIOS, St. Ann: The owners and operators of the Ocho Rios-based Best Travel, a destination management tour company run by Italian nationals, say they are deeply concerned that smear tactics are being used by rival companies to prevent...
Help rebuild Coconut Park
IT HAS been nine years since Coconut Park's closure broke the hearts of thousands of Jamaicans who prize the recreation spot.
Use godliness to battle crime, says pastor
WESTERN BUREAU: A return to Christian values is being advocated by religious leaders in Montego Bay as the way to change the culture of lawlessness that has invaded the western city, leaving residents cowering in fear and police seemingly befuddled.
PNP delegates deny support for Buchanan
WESTERN BUREAU: The People's National Party (PNP) delegates in the contentious constituency of Central Westmoreland have denied supporting the embattled Paul Buchanan as the candidate to represent the constituency in the upcoming general election.
Protesters block road over police shooting
SPANISH TOWN, St. Catherine: The Bureau of Special Investigation is now investigating the killing of a man by a police officer in the Knollis Area of St. Catherine on Friday night.