It is a pity - Foster-Hylton - Gold medallist laments how long it took Jamaica to take gold in the 100 hurdles
Berlin, Germany: Jamaica produced another glittering performance at the 12th IAAF World Championships in Berlin last night. Veteran Brigitte Foster-Hylton gave a scintillating display to win the women's 100 metres hurdles gold medal in a season-best 12.51 seconds...
- Macca Tree excited about bronze
- Brother: 'I could not watch race'
- NDM joins the race for NW Clarendon
- July, bloodiest so far
- Fire victims await a better day
- Jamaica shines in Berlin
JTA issues unresolved
There is still uncertainty whether there will be a smooth start to the new academic year on September 7, as delegates of the Jamaica Teachers' Association (JTA) are yet to decide whether to accept a modified government position...
- Case stalled - Eyewitness missing in manslaughter trial
- Committee seeks to raise funds for St James mentally ill
- Bolt to see more green
- Class Acts: Wolmer's Preparatory School
- Products of technology in the hands of the poor
- Armadale Enquiry - Ward: Girls smoked in dorms
- MoBay leg of Lewis conference cancelled
Fitch warns Jamaica to sign with IMF or face downgrade
Jamaica must secure a borrowing arrangement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) or face a downgrade, Fitch Ratings agency warned yesterday. A deal with the IMF, which Jamaica is negotiating a US$1.2 billion (J$10.5 billion) standby facility, is...
Jamaica's Usain Bolt - Bolt goes for another world record
Berlin, Germany: Usain Bolt will be seeking to complete the 12th IAAF World Championships sprint double when he runs in the 200 metres final at the Berlin Olympic Stadium today at 1:35 p.m. Jamaica time (8:35 p.m. in Berlin). Bolt, watched by his parents...
- Tests negative for all athletes
- Mullings in the perfect zone
- Semenya shakes off gender test uproar to win 800
- Berliner Hartig 'couldn't allow someone else to win' in his town
- Smith rallying the troops in spite of personal disappointment
- Kamel follows in Dad's strides
- Jamaica, England in fourth-place clash
- Waterhouse mark advance with title success
- West Indies stars in 'cash before country' affair
- We need more int'l exposure - Nicholson
- New Zealand reach 87-2
EDITORIAL - Give the full picture, Mr Shaw
Finance Minister Audley Shaw and his boss, Prime Minister Bruce Golding, owe the country a far fuller and more substantive explanation than their terse statement on Tuesday, for the Government's rejection of a debt-restructuring plan put forward by the private sector...
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- UNESCO - a new vision for the 21st century
- Wat a gwaan between JAAA and MVP?
LETTER OF THE DAY - The rise and rise of Jamaican athletics
THE EDITOR, Sir: MY BROTHER and I spent every January to June watching every single athletics meet from 1975 until I left Jamaica in 1989. My brother continued that tradition and is now sitting in Berlin, as he has done in Sydney, Beijing and all over the world...
- Clarification from the National Land Agency
- Kudos alwaysto Veronica
- Seriously planning for the region's future
Black Blingaz illuminating children's lives
In recent times, much has been said about Jamaican dancers and dances. From the 'accidents' of 'Dutty Wine' to the perceived barbarism of 'Daggerin'', the public relations for the local dancing fraternity hasn't been good...
- 'Women at the Control' for charity
- Miss Jamaica World Profiles
- De'Lanche gets a taste of the 'Easy Life'
- Something extra
Dining in style on a budget
When money is an issue, don't stress yourself over eating in style. Try these attractive, but nutritious alternatives with chicken or other meats you buy every week. Get the creative juices flowing and make your presentation pleasing to the eye....
- Drinks anyone? - Diesel Fuel for the body
- KITCHEN CURES - Keep those recipes coming
- Healthy starters for the school day
- Jamaican Omelette
- Red Stripe BOLD has arrived
- Tasters speak