|Billions to retool sugar factories
INFINITY BIO-ENERGY, the Brazilian company to which the Government is divesting the assets of the Sugar Company of Jamaica (SCJ), is expected to inject in the region of US$200 million (J$14.4 billion) to retool the...
Sweet redundancy package
GOVERNMENT, WITH support from the European Union, is to pay out a sweet $2.7 billion redundancy package for the island's sugar-cane workers by September 30, when the divestment of state assets in the Sugar Company of Jamaica to Brazilian buyers...
Workers want some sugar lands
SOME SUGAR workers are clamouring for Government to lease them a portion of the sugar lands it will retain as part of the deal with Brazilian outfit Infinity Bio-Energy.
Choosing the right path
How many times have you been confused about the choice of your subjects or felt stuck in a job? There are times when you think there is no excitement or challenge.
ALL ABOUT SUGAR! Employees reminisce on decades of service
WESTERN BUREAU:EMPLOYEES WHO have devoted more than a decade of service to the Frome sugar factory in Westmoreland are now unsure of their future within the organisation,...
JAMAICA:the pride of a people - Achieving a common national vision
AGREEMENT ON a national vision for Jamaica is an ideal that I strongly believe can help unite the society.
Saying goodbye to 'Lanny'
THE GROUNDS Of the Saxthorpe Methodist Church in St Andrew were transformed into an array of colours, as relatives and friends of the late Lancelot Fitzgerald Reynolds turned out to pay their last respects, following...
Summer camp comes to colourful end
THE 2008 Institute of Sports (INSPORTS)/ Social Development Foundation (SDF) summer camp came to an end with a colourful closing ceremony at the National Arena on Friday.