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Jamaica Gleaner Commentary
published: Monday | March 17, 2008

EDITORIAL - For more debate on rising costs
THERE HAS been surprisingly little discussion in Jamaica at the decision by Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders to suspend the community's common external tariff (CET) from a range of goods to cushion the impact of rising costs in the region. The matter is worthy of robust debate...

Sex-rated 'schoolers'

I'm happy that this newspaper highlighted the predicament of 'Sex in schools a growing problem' (Gleaner February 29). And, yes, I saw portions of that infamous cellular phone video of two 'schoolers' (uniformed school children) having raw, unprotected sexual intercourse... - Garth Rattray

NOTE-WORTHY: Cops and cash

I am a British citizen, I visit Jamaica frequently, and I have witnessed police officers taking money on two occasions. My friend who is a Rastaman was stopped twice by police on two different days. Both times, the officers took money off him for no real reason.





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