Ready, set, hoe! - Five farmers to plant seeds of agri revolution
An army of young farmers being assembled by the Ministry of Agriculture under the Young Farmers' Project will today start their mission to help make Jamaica a net exporter of food. A small brigade of five will kick-start the operation with a ground offensive on the earmarked terrain...
- The other famous Ottey - St James footballer kicks stereotypes to the kerb
- Carnage in Montego Bay - Gunmen invade dance, killing four
- No woman no cry - Despite abuse and inequity, females challenged to fight on
- Peace warriors come from near and far
- Face of fibroids getting younger
- Missing biker found dead in gully
Rising above the dirt - Kamal Gilzene journeys on
"For persons who know Grants Pen, most of the war there is politically based, and meaningless. I grew up and saw young men at the age of 16, 17, lying in the streets dead. I felt really bad, because I don't believe anybody should die like this," was what Kamal Gilzene said...
- Lottery scam causing many of Montego Bay's murders
- Boy drowns at YMCA
- Girl on phone causing my son to lose focus
- I am driving him up the wall
- Where's the love?
- Cooking with children
Lifesaver for cash-strapped students - Williams, Wallace graduate from school of hard knocks
Tell Strycen Williams and Gavin Wallace that Jamaica has no hope and they'll say you've got it all wrong.Products of poverty, both youths have tasted success from the menu of labour and luck and are now among the island's brightest stars...
Gayle injured in run for ton ... But Windies rally to ease past follow-on
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): Brendan Nash and Shivnarine Chanderpaul hit half-centuries to help West Indies overcome their captain Chris Gayle unexpectedly retiring hurt, immediately after reaching his 10th Test hundred, in the fifth and final Digicel Test against England...
- 'I'll be batting again'
- Jamaica's Taylor spins Windies to victory
- Ruddock breaks 55m hurdles record
- Thrilling finale looms at Alpart
- Leaders Harbour View clobber Meadhaven
- Aussie Hughes breaks George Headley's record
- Everton beat Boroto reach semi-finals
- Addlery goal sinks Honduras'top team
- Wind wreaks havoc at Carifta Trials
- Under-20s rebound with 2-1 victory
EDITORIAL - Opportunity to expand the Regional Security System
West Indians like to assume, instinctively, that an incident like last week's terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in the Pakistani city of Lahore can't or won't occur in this region. They hold to this idyllic sense of the region, in the tourism brochure...
LETTER OF THE DAY - Majoring in minors?
The Editor, Sir: The continuing debate with regard to dual citizenship as it relates to the Constitution, fades into insignificance when placed against the real problems plaguing the Jamaican society. If measured by a scale of priorities, dual citizenship ...
- Welcome good news
- Ho Lung's charge baseless
- Divided loyalties
- Bartlett should give full account
- Dubious Daryl, 'ballsless' board
- Support Sir Frank Worrell Memorial Blood Drive
David Madden presents 'Long Live Reggae Music'
The music at Friday night's launch of trumpeter David Madden's 'Long Live Reggae Music' was good; but hearing it was, at best, okay and, at worst, downright painful. Said pain was not caused by the playing of the musicians on the stage, or Madden's vocals and trumpet...
Glorious Indian jewels
Hidden among the many unique home decor pieces at Maison Furniture and Accessories are some exotic ethnic gems. Unlike the coffee tables, wing chairs, vases and chaise lounges used to decorate your home, these are decorative pieces for your body - a vibrant array of Indian jewellery...
- FE-MAIL TIES - Still trying
- SINGULAR SUBJECTS - Multiple births
- ON MY MIND - I need a Romeo
- Jamaican woman on the move
- PHENOMENAL WOMEN
- KELLY'S WORLD - Politics stinks
- LAWS OF EVE - How can I nullify my marriage?
- Why are educated women manless?
- Women's Media Watch turns 21
- 5 steps to dancers' legs
- Hot body painting