Cops see red! - Police incensed over politician's 'gay' slur - J-FLAG calls MP's behaviour reckless
WESTERN BUREAU: MEMBERS OF the Jamaica Constabulary Force are incensed at remarks made on Tuesday by attorney-at-law and South West St Ann Member of Parliament (MP) Ernest Smith. The MP had made stinging comments about the lawmen in Parliament, saying the force was "overrun" by gays...
- JLP-Olint connection?
- Caribbean nations to launch survey on food-borne diseases
- Claro under probe
- Stanford's operations under scrutiny
- Jamaica, China sign billion-dollar pacts
- PM optimistic about bauxite sector
- 'Our leaders must have guts'
- Crown rests case in Peter King trial
- Valentine gifts for $0
Rio Grande Valley under further threat
The collapse of a roadway leading into Mill Bank and Comfort Castle in the Rio Grande Valley of Portland, which has left more than 2,000 residents marooned, is creating undue hardships in those communities. Residents are now fearful that the 2.5 feet of roadway...
- JPS Science and Technology Expo sparks up for 2009
- NCB awardee speaks up about life's choices
- 'Our baby dream came true in the Caribbean'
- Competition launched to increase blood donors
- Site ready for $multimillion convention centre
- 'Watch out for starvation'
- NSWMA to make Riverton safer
- Ministry launches new campaign for road safety
- Accused in teen killing remanded
JMMB safe from takeover - Duncan
The top management of Jamaica Money Market Brokers (JMMB) has declared the company safe from any hostile takeover following the troubles of Lawrence Duprey's CL Financial group, which has a 40 per cent stake in the listed local securities entity, and has itself been taken ...
- Palace seeking partner for fifth cinema - Goes 3D by summer
- Geddes Refrigeration lands cool distribution deal - To sell energy saving a/c units for Mitsubishi company
- No quotas on forex, sales limited by supply - banks
- Red Stripe parent to restructure
- Marley family in deal with private equity firm
- JMMB formulating new plan for loss-making brokerage
- Statutory body proposed for offshore centre - Wehby sees markets in sport, entertainment
- COMMENTARY - Stop panicking! Falling dollar might do Jamaica some good
- Kingston Wharves chops costs to pilot shipping decline, rising debt
- Gregg withdraws as commerce secretary nominee - Obama to search again for a third candidate
- Alcoa exits Rio Tinto deal with Chinalco - To book US$120m loss
- MOVEMENTS - Another board change at Pegasus
- NOTEWORTHY - Pan Caribbean reaffirmed
- Jamaica has 675,000 squatters
- Longville Park is the best neighbourhood
No ease-up, says Gayle
NORTH SOUND, Antigua (CMC): Rather than being bombarded with a plethora of questions about what approach they will take over the next five days, West Indies and England were confronted with concerns about the state of the outfield at the Vivian Richards...
- Bolt to top men, three-way tussle for women's crown
- Jamaica looking to heap more pressure on Guyana
- King slapped with sexual assault charges
- Third medal for Brown
- Keith Shervington passes away at 91
- Reggae Boy Vernan for trial with DC United
- Late goals spoil T&T's party
- Test defeat a 'wake-up call' for England
- Jamaicans set to shine at MEAC indoor meet
- Exidus, Holland lead the wayin Trelawny
- Nuggets snap losing streak in Orlando
- 18-y-o female among 20 for jockeys' school
- Much ado about nothing
- Chin wants gross profit taxon sports betting
EDITORIAL - Now for the tough part, Minister Nelson
Dwight Nelson, the minister in the finance ministry who has responsibility for public sector employment, is understandably skittish, at this time, about committing the administration to either slashing state jobs or freezing salaries as part of the effort of dealing...
LETTER OF THE DAY - Arrogant Englishmen, incompetent umpires
The Editor, Sir: I was not one of those persons fortunate enough to have witnessed the West Indies' demolition of England on the fourth day of the first Test Match at Sabina Park, but I did manage to share in the excitement as I listened to commentary on radio...
- Revisit parliamentary system
- No more taxes
- Counsellors welcome music ban
- Taxpayers already hurting
- Hysterical hype and radio villains
Saint models for NY Fashion Week
Saint International models Sigail Currie and Sasha Gaye Hunt will be the only Jamaican females on show as the prestigious biannual international fashion week cycle kicks off at Bryant Park in New York City today.From February 13 to 20, New York plays...
Beauty with a purpose
Talk about beauty with a purpose! The elegant Miss Jamaica Universe, April Jackson, has a heart of gold to go with her stunning good looks. As founder of the Give Children A Future Foundation (GCAF), Jackson has been championing the cause of children, giving them a chance...
- The Ritz says thanks
- The royal visit
- It's Polo time again
- Five dinner destinations on Valentine's Day
ANTIGUA - Labour party responds to accusation claims
ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC):The legal spokesman for former junior finance minister Asot Michael has responded to charges that have been levelled against the previous Antigua Labour Party (ALP) government, saying the Baldwin Spencer administration...
UNITED STATES - Obama lauds Lincoln for unity efforts
WASHINGTON (AP): President Barack Obama praised Abraham Lincoln for his conviction that a divided nation could be made whole at a gala Wednesday night, capping a day when congressional leaders agreed on a compromise...
- VIETNAM - Gov't continues talks with Vatican to rebuild ties
- INDONESIA - Quake sparks tsunami warning