|Who will be the next PNP president? LAST LAP
THIS MAY be the last Sunday Portia Simpson Miller reigns as president of the People's National Party (PNP). Conversely, today could mark the beginning of the end of an outstanding political career for Dr Peter Phillips, who is challenging Simpson Miller for the party's top job...
Drop in airline seats from North East US
WESTERN BUREAU: THERE HAS been a major fallout in the country's strongest tourism market, the North East United States, with dire projections there will be 25,695 less scheduled air seats from that region in winter 2009.
Jamaica Public Service chief offender of service standards
THE JAMAICA Public Service Company (JPS) is the chief offender of the guaranteed service standards stipulated by the Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR), and, consequently, shares the bulk of some $50 million in...
Campaign teams playing the numbers game
WITH SIX days to go before People's National Party (PNP) delegates determine who leads the party's renewal process, the campaign teams of Portia Simpson Miller and Dr Peter Phillips are busy playing the numbers game.
Phillips believes he is well suited to succeed
ARMED WITH with a vision, Dr Peter Phillips is on a mission that could cost him dearly.
Francis leaving with MVP?
FOLLOWING THE shocking dislosure last week that MVP Club's coach, Stephen Francis, might relocate his club overseas, Anthony Davis, head of the department of sports at the University of Technology (UTech)...
Math whiz's university dreams come true
HARD WORK, determination and a vision have paved the way for Timar Jackson, who has realised his dream of becoming a student at the University of the West Indies (UWI), after receiving a university scholarship to study...