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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Sunday | April 22, 2007

The Reverend Stanley Redwood: Doing it his way
Even while declaring that he is his own man, the People's National Party (PNP) candidate for St. Elizabeth South West, the Reverend Stanley Redwood, has no intention of distancing himself from party colleague Donald Buchanan, saying the four-term Member of Parliament...

Police seize 70,000 of convicted J'can drug money

London, England: The police in North London have seized just under 70,000 or in excess of J$7 million in cash belonging to a convicted Jamaican drug dealer, 44-year-old Sean Lewis. The police have reported that the money, found in shoe boxes, is the largest cash seizure...

Dr. Christopher Tufton : 'All politics is local'

When Thomas 'Tip' O'Neill, a former Speaker of the House in the U.S. Congress, once declared, "All politics is local", he may well have been passing on a hint or two to the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) candidate for St. Elizabeth South West, Dr. Christopher Tufton...

St Elizabeth South West always picks winners

If history should mean anything - Dr. Phinn or no Dr. Phinn - the party standings in St. Elizabeth South West, according to a recent Gleaner-commissioned Bill Johnson poll, do not bode well for the governing People's National Party (PNP) and its quest for a record fifth...

The 'feminisation' of poverty

Dr. Glenda Simms, senior adviser to the prime minister on gender and development, has cited what she termed as the "feminisation of poverty" in Jamaica as the dominant contributor to high levels of unemployment, teenage pregnancy and migration among the nation's women.

Gleaner writer on SA tour

Janet Silvera , The Gleaner's senior tourism writer and coordinator of the weekly publication, Hospitality Jamaica, is one of two local journalists handpicked by the South African High Commission to learn about the thriving tourism industry in that...

Bad cops weakening force

BAD COPS in the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) are like termites in board houses. If they remain the structure will be weakened and very soon will come crashing down.





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