|EDITORIAL - Sober discourse on education needed
Like Opposition leader Portia Simpson Miller's response to his termites-in-their-brains quip, we believe that school principals are making far too much of Prime Minister Golding's remark about 'extortion', relating to so-called 'auxiliary fees' charged by schools...
The Doha Round collapses
It was supposed to be the development round. Because developing countries got so little in the last round of World Trade Organisation (WTO) negotiations, the talks launched seven years ago in Doha, Qatar, were intended to deliver them more benefits... - John Rapley
Victims of abortion, the Church and the world
The Roman Catholic Church and many Christian bodies all over the world, constituting close to more than one-third of the world's population, and Muslims, who constitute another 21 per cent the world's population, are against abortion. There are many other religions... - Richard Ho Lung
Looking back - After 46 years of independence, Jamaicans need to take a deep breath and look back at our journey. I am sure we can find both moments of joy and moments of deep pain, some triumphs and some great failures...