BURNT alive! - Children, grandmother murdered in brutal attack
ARETHA SMITH had not seen her children since December 21. She had got them ready, packed their clothes and took them from St Mary to Land Top, Port Morant, in St Thomas for them to spend Christmas with their grandmother, Angella Lynch. Now, Smith will neither see nor hug them again...
- Gov't urged not to delay minimum-wage increase
- UK upgrades cannabis - Drug reclassified despite mental health concerns
- Boy admits to killing mother
- Home needed for blind cop
- Food For the Poor cuts staff
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Priesthood's image still hurting from sex scandals - Richards
The highly publicised paedophilia scandals which have rocked Roman Catholic dioceses in the United States, Europe and Australia over the past two decades are still hurting public perception of the priesthood, a senior Jamaican church official has said....
- Pastors comment on celibacy vow
- Belgian dogs here to fight crime
- A journey to Sierra Leone
- JGRA, service station employees sign new contract
Celebrating 70 years of unity
Today marks an important milestone in the history of the Shipping Association of Jamaica (SAJ). It was exactly 70 years ago on this date, that four great leaders in Jamaica's shipping industry decided to create a unified group to address the labour turmoil on the Port of Kingston...
- Colombia, Venezuela form $200 million fund to boost trade
- Pfizer to buy Wyeth for US$68b, cut 8,000 jobs
Asafa Powell and MVP cast get going Saturday
Former 100m record holder and Olympic gold medallist, Asafa Powell, and his MVP teammates Nesta Carter, Michael Frater, Shelly-Ann Fraser, Melaine Walker and Shericka Williams are set to open their 2009 track season on Saturday at the Queen's/Grace Jackson...
- Jamaica take CCC to school - Leaders defend modest target to secure easy win
- Panesar grabs four as England stay in control
- 'A lot of calls went against us' - Price lists hometown decisions among reasons for BT thrashing
- Waterford, Eltham in giant showdown
- Champs Holmwood face STETHS in KO semis
- MoBay CC cool Cambridge
- No certification, no coaching
- Jaggernauth claims six in big T&T victory
- Lewis quits as Windwards skipper
- Captain's tourney
- Singh returned as GCB president
- Murray out, Nadal, Serena reach quarters
EDITORIAL - Transparency needed in divestment of assets
The current controversy over the way the Government has gone, or is going about, the lease to Nationwide News Network of a channel on which to conduct its broadcasts has echoes of a debate of several months ago and again underlines the need for clear rules...
LETTER OF THE DAY - How central government undercuts parish councils
The Editor, Sir: The Government seems to be on a course that will destroy our present local-government structure. The Constituency Development Fund (CDF) is another nail in the coffin of the present parish councils. In the interest of furthering democracy...
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- Celebrate Michelle, too!
- Officials too soft on crime
- Why ignore Obama's 'white' genes?
- America's president, not ours
- Tivoli, Rema people are not barbarians
- Embarrassed by Jamaicans
What a Revelation!
A YEAR ago, Delroy Roberts was struggling to get his Inspire Records off the ground by shopping the fledgling company's debut album to reluctant distributors. Now, that album, Revelation, by singer Little Hero, is sitting pretty atop Billboard Magazine's Reggae Chart...
St LUCIA - Principals against condoms in schools
CASTRIES, St Lucia (CMC):School principals in St Lucia are opposed to the introduction of condoms in schools and have snubbed the idea of a national debate on the issue, even though the education minister says he favours such a debate...
- TRINIDAD & TOBAGO - Children using Viagra for heart disease
- Diplomat responds to sailor's murder
- GUYANA - Jagdeo among leaders for World Economic Forum
- BERMUDA - New Anglican bishop consecrated
UNITED STATES - Impeachment trial to proceed without governor
SPRINGFIELD, Illinois (AP): Taking his defence to the airwaves rather than his impeachment trial, Governor Rod Blagojevich lashed out at his accusers yesterday and revealed he had considered naming Oprah Winfrey to President Barack Obama's vacant US Senate seat...
- ICELAND - Gov't takes fall amid financial mess
- ENGLAND - Sky News, BBC won't broadcast Gaza charity appeal