|PNP needs healing, rebuilding and renewal - Meeks Report
THE LEADERSHIP of the People's National Party (PNP) has been strongly urged to undertake a comprehensive rebuilding of the party. Such reform could also mean that the PNP might have to make amendments to its constitution in light of what party chairman Robert Pickersgill calls "far-reaching" recommendations contained in the Meeks Report.
A single 'Pearl'
She was grating coconut in the hot midday sun when The Sunday Gleaner met her. The rich, white juice she intended to add to her boiling pot of hominy corn, completed her meal. Her 85-year-old hands, frail, due to chronic arthritis, can barely manage the job, but Miss Pearl has no one else to do it.
Time to find common ground - Phillips
THE PEOPLE'S National Party (PNP) will not be taken by surprise if Prime Minister Bruce Golding chooses to call a 'snap' election this year. Speculation is rife that Golding could head to the polls this year as his party's majority in the Parliament is being threatened by pending court cases...
2008 wish list for crime reduction
Six days into the New Year, one of the recurring themes coming out of the public, private and religious sectors is the hope that crime will be reduced. Minister of National Security Derrick Smith has already assured the nation that the battle against crime will be intensified.
Kenya's President tells US diplomat he is ready to form unity government
Kenya's president is ready to form "a govern-ment of national unity'' to help resolve disputed elections that caused deadly riots, a government statement said yesterday without explaining what such a power-sharing arrangement might involve.