Cutter-in-chief - PM names aide to slash gov't jobs
Former permanent secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM), Patricia Sinclair-McCalla, will head a special team set up to carry out the rationalisation of the public sector, says Prime Minister Bruce Golding. Golding made the announcement yesterday...
- After pain, Jamaica will gain - US analyst
- Hart beats for Trelawny campus - UTech honours four
- Freeze the brain drain - Issa encourages graduates to stay in Jamaica
- UWI graduates remain hopeful
- IMF no one-shot answer - PM - Says horrendous debt burden crippling Jamaica
- Tulloch among eight deacons ordained
- No security breach in Caymanas shooting
- Life after a loss
No end in sight? - Fight for social order missing critical element
Truancy, abuse of illegal drugs, underage sex and teenage pregnancy, illiteracy and death by the gun are suffocating life here in Jamaica. Many reasons have been proffered and many policies and laws have been put in place to curb all these social ills...
- Citrus greening disease now in Clarendon
- No reprieve for 92-year-old's attacker
- I need help for my learning-disabled 10-y-o
- Developing speech, language in your child
- Raising well-adjusted children
- Parenting is hard work
- CUMI extends services to families of the mentally ill
Mears mistake! - Burnley right back claims to have no Jamaican connection
There is a thick cloud of confusion surrounding the international future of England-born defender Tyrone Mears who represented Jamaica in a friendly international earlier this year only to find out afterwards that he was not eligible to do so...
- Tivoli KO St Georges
- Terry's header leads Chelsea past Man United
- Mills happy stay in Jamaica despite lucrative overseas offers
- Cavalier stay on top
- Dyson could scout for Windies talent
- Johnson's future undecided after title loss
EDITORIAL - Making straw menof JCF 'imports'
Occasionally, the measure of the performance of a manager is not the profit he immediately returns for the company, but the losses he prevents. The firm he inherits may be that bad. This is the perspective from which we view the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF)....
LETTER OF THE DAY - Change terms of public sector appointments
THE EDITOR, Sir: THERE SEEMS to be a general feeling of despair, disappointment and disgust concerning the ways our esteemed political leaders have managed the affairs of the state since since Independence. There are important areas of national life...
- The crime of indifference
- Atrocious acts against the poor
- Well done, 'Bertis' Bell
- Christian dogma is beneficial
- Where are the moral, legal guidelines?
Strength in numbers - Caribbean music network organisation formed
Caribbean countries are aiming to have greater bargaining power in the music business with the formation of the Caribbean Music Industry Networking Organisation (CaMINO). The organisation is expected to be in full operation by early next year...
- Reggae concert series for Negril
- LA celebrity burglaries led by 19-year-old
- Hopper: All's good right now despite cancer
- Something extra
Congrats, Trudane - Flair '09 most eligible bachelor
After wading through literally hundreds of emails, we have finally finished tallying the votes and the Flair Bachelor for 2009, is Trudane Hardware! This year's bachelor race has been a sweet ride with readers actively voting for their favourite bachelors...
- Beauty on the beach
- Singular Subjects - Feeling the man shortage
- Flair Mailbag - The gay issue
- Joined in love
- Wedding Jamaica out November 16!
- New Miss Jamaica UK crowned
- KELLY'S WORLD - It was an interesting week
- PORTMORE WOMEN SPEAK ...Taking a toll
- Commercialising a community
- HEALTH & FITNESS - Hospital needed in Portmore
- Fashion trends in Portmore
- Parenting in Portmore
- PORTMORE: Myth versus reality
UNITED STATES - Some predicted trouble from Fort Hood suspect
FORT HOOD, Texas (AP):In retrospect, the signs of Major Nidal Malik Hasan's growing anger over the United States wars in Iraq and Afghanistan seem unmistakable. But even people who worried that his increasingly strident views were clouding his ability...
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- Ida brushes past Mexico, watch issued for US coast
- Suspect identified in Seattle police killing