Jamaica Gleaner Lead Stories
Published: Monday Sunday | February 22, 2009
Doctor cries foul: Medic at centre of controversial report wants justice: Demands apology from health minister
AFTER BEING locked out of his office, having over 300 patient files confiscated and being interdicted... Read More...Awaiting the ruling: West Portland not tuned in to Dabdoub
FROM THE fledgling sea-coast towns to the rustic hills of West Portland, residents appear to be speaking in one voice. Read More...Who is Dr Dennis Pyne?
A decorated thoracic surgeon, Dennis Pyne was born in Kingston on March 18, 1947.Of Indian ancestry, Pyne was schooled at Campion Hall Preparatory School (now Campion College) and later at St George's College where he excelled at chemistry, among other... Read More...Drug mules increase as economic crisis worsens
THE NARCOTICS police are reporting that more people are attempting to smuggle drugs out of the country as the economic crisis deepens."Drug-smuggling is a lucrative business and with the economic meltdown, more... Read More...Economic crisis hits furniture industry
LUMBER IDLY packed in corners of its factory is indicative of the reality many small companies, like Leodor Steel and Wood Company, have been facing since last September, when the... Read More...Manage forex trading
President of the Small Business Association of Jamaica, Edward ChinMook, says Government should look at establishing a foreign exchange trading risk management IT platform to manage trading. Read More...Airport police protest search decision
JAMAICA CONSTABULARY FORCE (JCF) members assigned to the Norman Manley International Airport are restive about plans to have them searched when leaving from or arriving at work. Read More...Jamaican charged with ganja possession in Antigua
Winton Wesley Buckley, a Jamaican, has been convicted and fined EC$120,000 in Antigua after pleading guilty to importation of five pounds of ganja. Read More...Sugar production sweet business
IN THE easy-going rural village in Westmoreland called Lundie, one man, a few of his neighbours and a trusty, old horse name Star Boy are in productive mode. Read More...