|EDITORIAL - Search students for weapons
If Sylvester Anderson is correct about the inability of school administrators to search students for weapons, then, as he proposes, the policy ought to be changed.In fact, we would insist on far more robust arrangements for security at schools, including having students in at-risk...
A week of woes
LONDON: Gordon Brown may be the only man in England who felt happy at last week's shock defeat of the English football team. It meant that for a couple of days, at least, a nation wasn't going to blame its glum mood on him. Few foresaw England's defeat at the hands... - John Rapley
Gov't secrets and the dollar
Scoring political points is a dangerous double-edged sword. And I am not now talking about termites and 'chi chi'. Prime Minister Golding ran afoul of both common sense and political wisdom when he chose to 'fly off him mouth' about the exchange rate... - Martin Henry
NOTE-WORTHY: Councillors being bribed?
As Jamaica continues to slide down the corruption index, the article by Devon Dick in Tuesday's paper was timely. I found his comment, "It is well known or alleged that parish council officers and traffic cops take bribes" especially interesting.