|Shaw's promise to double nurses' pay
The Nurses' Association of Jamaica (NAJ) is pressing the Government to fulfil a promise made by Finance Minister Audley Shaw, when he was in Opposition, to double the take-home pay of nurses when he became minister.
New EU/Caribbean trade pact on course for next year
WESTERN BUREAU:The three-day Special Meeting of Cariforum Heads of Government and European commissioners ended in Montego Bay on Friday with considerable progress being made, despite several issues affecting the region...
Heavy rains cause major damage to St Mary
WESTERN BUREAU: When heavy rains rain lashed St. James last weekend, not many anticipated the damage they would cause.
Oswald Harding relishes return to the Senate
He already holds the record for the longest continuous service in the Senate:1977-2002.
When paternity is a fraud
When Desmond's 'son', Roy, turned 18, Desmond decided it was time to leave him, his siblings and their mother.
Technology jobs in tourism
Think of tourism and one thinks of vast expanse of beaches, treks on mountains, hotels, airlines and the jet set.
Gordon Shirley's hopes for the UWI
In Barbados, Prime Minister Owen Arthur also has an ambitious 25-year plan and in that period he wants to see at least one member of each family with a university degree.
A tale of two 'jackets'
Judith was just finishing up high school when she discovered that the man who had fathered her for 16 years was not her biological father.
'Do-it-yourself' DNA tests for men who aren't sure
Both legal and private DNA paternity testing services are easily accessible in Jamaica.