Parent patrol - Guardians urged to keep children out of trouble
With less than a week to go before the staging of the Boys' and Girls' Athletics Championships, the Reverend Al Miller, director of the National Transformation Programme (NTP), is urging guardians to join a 'Parent Patrol' to ensure that students keep out of trouble...
- A role model in the making
- GSAT D-Day
- GG scheme hails Sir Kenneth
- Three cops wounded, Luciano held
- Cabinet signs off on new Budget today
- RJR sends home 32
- Kingston College calls in cops to search students
No treasure on the beach
The weighty woman wobbled across the beach with a skinny fellow straggling closely behind. The woman was wearing nothing more than the most revealing of underwear that exposed too much of a dodgy pair of legs...
- Bragging rights - PNP MPs the butt of Labourite jokes
- Hydel launches renewable energy competition
- Success for St Ann farmer
- Historian blasts upper-class hypocrisy - Knocks bias against dancehall and patois
- Air Jamaica boosts NY flights to Grenada
- Assault case dumped - Nigerian-Jamaican dentist says reputation has suffered
- Brigade fired up
- Scotia plants Mustard Seed
- Concern over CARICOM trade pact with Canada
- Youthlink Csec seminars start April
Death is a lively business - Bargain hunters make a killing in funeral industry
Death is a familiar face in Kingston and St Andrew and it seems to have free rein, forever stalking the nation's capital. So it should come as no surprise that the business of taking care of the dead is thriving in the metropolis, more so in western Kingston....
- 'Selfish!' - Walker stamps on toes of tax cheats
- PAC advised to hold off Omer Thomas case
- EU president calls US stimulus 'road to hell' - Europe now doing damage control
Harbour View win
In a top-of-the-table showdown, Harbour View defeated Boys' Town 2-1 in Digicel Premier League action at Collie Smith Drive yesterday.Harbour View maintained their lead by advancing to 57 points. Portmore United, who started the day joint leaders on 54 points...
- Hodges hat-trick hobbles Village
- Dyson focuses on positives
- Australia coach lists Jamaica among favourites
- Woodbine gets deal at Charleston
- 'We're getting better at the right time'
- Flintoff ready for third ODI
- Granville soar but Seba falter
- Reifer would still play for Windies
- Cock Robin seals perfect trend
EDITORIAL - Heavy blow for Simpson Miller
By now, the Opposition People's National Party (PNP) should have begun a serious analysis, and deep introspection, into Monday's by-election in the West Portland constituency, where, if the party chooses to admit the truth, it suffered a humiliating defeat...
LETTER OF THE DAY - Reject JPS demand
The Editor, Sir: The franchise holders of electricity supply in Jamaica have made a claim for an increase in the tariff charges for electricity usage. The demand at this time is questionable and is cause for concern. Tariff structures derive from cost input factors...
- Ghettos are liabilities
- 'Caricom, get you act together'
- Contradictory analysis
- Impersonators at large?
- Politicians have no shame
- How to break JPS monopoly
- Reckless, impatient drivers
Calabash gone to bed - Literary festival cancelled due to lack of funding
WESTERN BUREAU: The entire south coast community of Treasure Beach is reeling from shock and disappointment because of the cancellation of the 2009 Calabash International Literary Festival. Organisers of the annual said they were forced to make the decision ...
Jamaicans win jerk 'World Cup'
Two Jamaicans can now consider themselves champions of the world after emerging tops in the first ever Jerk Challenge last Friday in Ocho Rios. It all started when United Kingdom celebrity chef and well-known television personality Antony Thompson boasted...
- Kitchen Cures - Miraculous garlic!
- How bammies are made
- PriceSmart protects environment with reusable blue bag
- International Coaches for Jamaica Central Health and Wellness Expo
- DRINKS anyone?
- Something fishy
UNITED STATES - Obama, NATO chief in talks
WASHINGTON (AP): President Barack Obama says he and the NATO secretary general yesterday discussed increasing alliance effectiveness in the fight against Islamic militants in Afghanistan. Obama said he hopes the talks and the upcoming new US plan for the fight against the Taliban...
- CANADA - CBC to cut 800 jobs
- MEXICO - 'Death Saint' destroyed
- UNITED STATES - Governor says he would veto gay marriage