'She'll get the gold' - Williams' family proud of 400-metre performance but looks for more
WESTERN BUREAU: While residents of Whitehall, St Elizabeth, have been struggling with poor roads and lack of electricity for years, they had a reason to celebrate yesterday when their homegrown daughter, Shericka Williams, placed second in the 400-metre finals...
- Shericka does it again - 400-metre runner produces her best for a silver medal
- I didn't get to see the race - Novlene's Mom
- Armadale Enquiry - Another witness blames police for fire
- Teachers reach their limit - Say Gov't has been disrespectful, payment issue at an impasse
- The disabled glad for help - Financial empowerment seminar a welcome move
- Ho Lung to open home for women pondering abortion
- Nominations in North West Clarendon still hush-hush
- How to apply for a Jamaican passport
- Hughes admits to being interviewed for financial secretary position
- Cattle farmers battling thieves
- Agri ministry's initiatives yield forex savings
- Where there is a will, there is a way
$15,000 grant for PATH students
The Government is adding another incentive to the Programme of Advancement through Health and Education (PATH), Andrew Gallimore, Jamaica's minister of state in the Ministry of Labour and Social Security, has announced...
- JNBS still offers summer jobs despite global recession
- Class Acts: Queen's Prep - Many jewels in Queen's crown
- Constituency amendments to be done by September, says Miller
- New JTA boss hopes for salary breakthrough
- All hands needed on deck for education overhaul - official
- Help comes for diabetics - Project aims to create awareness and improve health
- UNICEF gives millions to boost breastfeeding
- Jamaican Diaspora goes hi-tech - Website built to bridge gap, facilitate networking
- Lawyers, doctors join Missionaries of the Poor on anti-abortion stance
- Corporal granted bail
- The road to Victory - Driven by passion, principal opens arms to just about anyone
- Church turns to backyard gardening
- New JTA president jumps on the issues
No deal - Private-public sector debt partnership shelved
The closed negotiations with Jamaica's top banks and financial houses to restructure Jamaica's domestic debt that made Standard and Poor's so nervous, it cut the country's credit rating, has ended with no deal. And the Government is also bowing, at least in part...
- KES creditors to meet - Real-estate developer said indebted for $1b
- Mining contracts 62.5 per cent, recession deepens
- Technology upgrade at Seprod - No jobs will be lost, company says
- The real price of Eridania's sugar
- BNS bad-debt relief - Bank reports high take-up of offers to restructure
- Economy slowing down but not in recession, says Trinidad
- Foreign investments in US debt - Caribbean No. 5 creditor
- Attorney at odds with SEC in Stanford case
- Your résumé - Getting the basics right
All 4 one,one 4 all... Women recognise need for unified effort to land sprint relay this time
BERLIN, Germany: POWERFUL INDIVIDUAL performances pushed four Jamaican women among the world's top eight sprinters at the IAAF World Championships in Athletics (WCA) here. However, they recognise it will take a unified effort this weekend to win the gold medal...
- No ruling on Jamaica doping case before Worlds end
- Bolt hints at world record
- After shattering 100m mark, is he near a limit?
- Aiken inspires huge victory
- Walsh returned as Melbourne president
- Gold at last for Kemboi
- '... I knew the gold medal was mine'
- Idowu takes triple jump
- Jamaica inspiration lifts Sanya... American pulls on Jamaican strength to collar elusive gold
- Hurdlers move on
- SPORTS BRIEFS
- Finances rule Fair Prospect out of daCosta Cup
- WI players not properly informed - Garner
- 'I can run faster'
- Expect something special in relay - Stewart
EDITORIAL - Mr Stewart must fashion a new JTA
Mr Michael Stewart, the new president of the Jamaica Teachers' Association (JTA), has to make up his mind about which side of history he wants to stand and, therefore, how and where he leads the organisation. He can either take the JTA deeper into its encrusted mediocrity...
LETTER OF THE DAY - We need to grow our economy
THE EDITOR, Sir: THERE SEEMS to be little interest on where we go, certainly in regards to creating the Jamaican dream. In fact, we are still dreaming that tomorrow will be like yesterday...
- Religion as divisive
- Put criminals to work for food
- Capitalise on our athletes
- Success in Berlin, crisis in Kingston
- Empty words from mere theorists
- Marketing our sport well
- The issue of free education
- Healthy rivalry in learning law
- Libel laws and talk-show hosts
Story and art for Garvey
There were multiple Usain Bolt references at Liberty Hall, King Street, on Monday morning - not about what his track heroics have done for Jamaica but what Jamaica's first National Hero made possible for him...
- Ms Jamaica World Profiles
- MOVIE REVIEW - 'District 9', a more human sci-fi thriller
- Too many champions for consistent action - Bounty Killer, Mavado bring concert to thunderous climax
- Something extra
It's Bolt ... again! - 'Our hearts are full'
Lightning Bolt strikes again. 9.58! Unbelievable! Amazing! Total obliteration of another world record. With his victory 'our hearts are full' as Opposition Leader Portia Simpson Miller said in her congratulatory message ...
- An economical meal plan for one day
- Take five to reduce your diabetes risk
- Performance-enhancing drugs
- Health trends
Study finds tiny traces of cocaine on US dollars
WASHINGTON (AP): Chances are there is cocaine in the wallets of citizens in several countries.Researchers looked at 234 bank-notes from 17 cities in the United States (US) and found that 90 per cent had small traces of the illegal drug....