|EDITORIAL - Party leaders must cool campaign tensions
The shooting of four JLP supporters in South East St. Andrew Thursday night is an ugly omen as the current general election campaign intensifies. The shooting is the latest in incidents which give the lie to the mutual declaration of peaceful conduct....
Election drawing nigh
AS THE election campaign heats up, there will be more and more focus on the 'Undecided'; the 'Uncommitted' or the 'Apathetic'. However we choose to name this group, there is a considerable number of persons who have decided to 'wait and see'. -
Jamaica spearheaded the bold and revolutionary move (in the Caribbean) of abolishing the bastardy laws during the Michael Manley regime of the 1970s. This was achieved through the Family Law Committee of Jamaica, chaired by Justice Ira DeCordova Rowe... - Garth Rattray
Aspects of human rights
The Jamaica Regiment, as the successor to the West Indian Regiment, and on its own, has had a rich history of activity, and is known to many of us for its 'can-do' attitude and culture. This is important for Jamaica... - Stephen Vasciannie
NOTE-WORTHY: Good show, Jamaica
I LIVE in New York and have followed the Woolmer saga on the Internet. While I do not dispute the final findings, let us not come down too hard on the Jamaicans. First, I guarantee they have made their share of errors...