Jamaica Gleaner Commentary
Published: Monday Monday | September 7, 2009
EDITORIALS - Hoping for a good school year
IT IS unfortunate that the Government and the Jamaica Teachers' Association (JTA) could not have settled their dispute over the timing of payment of outstanding arrears before the start, today, of the new school year. As it is, the JTA is to meet with conciliators... Read More...
Unresolved dual-citizenship issuesOnce the People's National Party opted not to contest the by-election, it was almost foregone that Michael Stern of the Jamaica Labour Party would be re-elected MP for North West Clarendon. Read More...Whiplash backlash
In his Letter of the Day, Friday, August 28 - 'Whiplash and motor premiums' - Joseph Spencer blames "some small but active sections of the legal and medical professions, aimed at extracting the maximum amounts from the motor insurance industry" for "one... Read More...Despite recessionary gloom, companies fight back
The international economic downturn and reces-sion in the world has made increasing inroads into the economic health and sustainability of the Jamaican economy. However, some industries are learning to cope even in these difficult economic times... Read More...NOTE-WORTHY
Well done, NWA- Congratulation to the National Works Agency for constructing a two-lane bridge at Gordon Town. Read More...