Fraser adds World title to Olympic crown - Sets new national record at 10.73 - Jamaica cops silver, as Kerron Stewart finishes in fast 10.75
Berlin, Germany: Shelly-Ann Fraser sped to a national-record 10.73 seconds to add the world 100 metres title to her Olympic crown at the 12th IAAF World Championships in Berlin, Germany, last night. Two Jamaican women hit the line almost together as Kerron Stewart...
- Jamaica erupts into scenes of festivity
- Gold brings smiles to family
- Stewart's family still proud
- Aleen still St Mary's darling
- Veronica's mom hopes for more - Looks forward to 200m; worries that Jamaicans could turn on her daughter
- JTA conference pauses for 'pocket rocket'
Ward witnesses plans to raze Armadale
A ward yesterday told the commission of enquiry that she saw girls with what appeared to be matches on the day of the May 22 inferno that left seven of her peers dead at the Armadale Juvenile Correction Centre in St Ann...
- Golding hails the Sprint King - PM says Bolt is from outer space ...Grange calls him "a rare human being"
- Robinson blazes trail in international law
- DEAR COUNSELLOR - Redundancy blues for shy guy
- Sir John Goddard of Barbados is dead
- Davies doubts IMF dateline
- Will the child pose problems?
- PIOJ: Local sector continues to decline
- UWI students get RBTT scholarships
- New batch of practical nurses ready to take on health sector
Venezuela not planning to toughen PetroCaribe terms, says Chavez
Venezuela said Sunday that no plans are being considered to require more money up front from poor Caribbean and Central American nations buying oil on preferential terms under its PetroCaribe programme...
Lightning set to strike again - Bolt now goes for gold No. 2 in 200m
BERLIN (AP): Barely an hour after shattering his 100-metre world record for a First-World title, Usain Bolt was stretching and jogging at the Olympic Stadium. After all, one year ago, he followed up such a double at Beijing Bird's Nest stadium with two more golds....
- Isinbayeva loses pole vault title
- Powell doubtful for relays
- Smith disappointed with fifth placing
- Women hurdling to clear obstacles
- Hodges' goal lifts Reggae Boyz past St Kitts & Nevis
- Strikers need to improve - Stewart
- Windies omit stars for Champions Trophy
- Bekele takes fourth title
- Top players eligible for next series - Campbell
- Savigne rebounds with triple jump gold
EDITORIAL - The sublime Mr Bolt
Every so often in history, someone emerges to defy prevailing logic and reorient held beliefs about human capacity or the environment in which we operate. In Usain Bolt, the world has witnessed the rise of one such individual who, except perhaps United States President...
LETTER OF THE DAY - Reform legal education in Jamaica
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE TIME has finally come for Jamaica to dismantle the vestige of colonial education. Only the marketplace should decide what programmes are offered and the accompanying costs, thereby fostering an environment of competition ...
- No division in Christ
- Lowering the bar
- Secrecy leads to corruption
- Who gets it? The gully gets it!
- Blame those at the top
- Greatest sprinter of all time
- I love this boy
- Jamaica is extremely proud
- Congrats Bolt
- Please, save our children
- Respect the young ones
Maurice Gordon trio 'jazzes' up Redbones
There was no emcee, no artiste prancing or jumping across the stage, nor instructions given on how to dance. Just three musicians, a music teacher and two of his former students, and their instruments making pure-sounding music...
'Salt' times for vendors at
Sheesh. It's been a while since I visited Salt River in Clarendon and, boy, have things changed! So Salt River is one of those natural bodies of water that residents claim hold some mystical healing powers, the likes of which can be found in no pill bottle....