|Issa fights defamatory statements
Superclubs boss, John Issa, is heading to court to fight "defamatory statements" which have been circulated through email messages.
Rehabilitating the justice system is key
FIVE YEARS of anguish on death row left Randall Dixon a broken man. He is suffering from schizo-phrenia as a result of years in isolation and the mental anguish of knowing that he did not commit the crime for which he was being punished.
Islam, Judaism speak out
TO TAKE a life of a murderer is to save the life of many, says Sheikh Musa Tijani of the Islamic Council of Jamaica. "When someone kills and he knows he will be killed, he thinks twice to do it and that will make people live in peace and harmony," he says.
More effective ways needed to provide care for disabled
THE POVERTY associated with caring for a child with a disability who grows into an adult with that disability, whether mental or physical, is grossly under estimated by many who are unfamiliar with the innards of such a dilemma.
Absent Obama still a presence in the capital
President-elect Barack Obama is an invisible force as foreign leaders and Congress convene separately in Washington, the economy at centre stage.