|EDITORIAL - Finance schemes need deeper study
It offers no comfort to know, as has been reported by the Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CaPRI), that the bulk of the people who have put money in the unregulated investment schemes which abound in Jamaica are from the middle class rather than the poor or very poor....
The changing face of CARICOM
Last week's election in Barbados has brought yet another change of government in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). David Thompson, the golden child of Barbadian politics, has finally got the job of Prime Minister after preparing almost all his adult life... - Vernon Daley
A courageous sermon
Reverend Dr. Roy Notice, pastor of the Mandeville New Testament Church of God, in a courageous and clear sermon at last Thursday's National Leadership Prayer Breakfast, encouraged Jamaicans to love God and their neighbour and to perceive Jamaica... - Devon Dick
NOTE-WORTHY - Buses for nurses
In response to the donation of buses to nurses at KPH, it is good news. But I am wondering why everybody neglects Spanish Town Hospital which is in a crime-ridden area. The poor nurses at the Spanish Town hospital struggle to reach home late at night...