EXODUS! Nurses, young professionals look to leave
Between 1999 and 2009, of Jamaicans over the age of 25 with university education, 89,000 remained in the island, while 291,000 migrated
- Taxing even the blind - Disabled community outraged and saddened
- Patty not spared
- Government has no moral authority to deal with poor - Davies
- 'Tis the season for giving
- Tax package 'devastating'
- Argentina-Chile, the conflict that wasn't
- Crisis of leadership: Weak governance vs empowered criminals
- Taking 'Jamaica by Air'
- Paul Bogle's home a 'site' to see - Stony Gut destroyed by the British after Morant Bay Rebellion
- Terror, torture and termination
- 'Son of Thunder' strikes in Duhaney Park
- Drug war - the money
How Audley Stole Christmas: 'Irresponsible' - Western Jamaica business leaders chide Government
WESTERN BUREAU:IN THE aftermath of the Government's announcement of a $21.8 billion tax package to take effect on New Year's Day, business interests in the...
- Fishermen out in the deep
- How Audley Stole Christmas: 'The end of times' - Market vendors apprehensive
- Reggae rejects cocaine - on record- Drug use among performers surfaces in lyrics
- 'Him nuh mix up'- Fans maintain Buju's innocence
- Sizzling affaires, fizzling careers
- A peek at Michael Pryce
- One year after Portland truck tragedy...Survivor in dire need
- Richmond Park yearns for return to glory days
- Universal Adult suffrage & national development - pT 4 - At the bottom of the barrel
Beauty in decline: Beauticians consolidate, work from home, offer freebies
With thousands of jobs gone and disposable income still in decline, beauty salons are attracting far fewer clientele, forcing a rethink of their business...
- Pitfalls of hire purchase
- Barita IPO misses target
- Capital and Credit, Xoom in money-transfer alliance
- The Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) announces sixth rate cut
- Be a discerning buyer of tech toys and electronics
- New chance for Carib, UK re-engagement
T&T selector hits pink balls - Ramkessoon: Delay introduction
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC):Chairman of the Trinidad and Tobago senior cricket selection panel, Dudnath Ramkessoon, has urged the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) to re-consider the use of pink balls for the forthcoming...
- Gallant display by Windies
- Simpson eyeing return to the top
- Humble Lions look to cool hot Waterhouse
- Canada test for Boyz
- Something's missing - something very important
- Reggae Boy Addlery rocking in Central America
- Day of shocks in England
EDITORIAL: No to disruptive protests
Mrs Portia Simpson Miller, the opposition leader, warned, ominously, that her People's National Party (PNP) has ruled nothing out with regard to its response to the $21.8 billion tax package that was announced last week...
- Spinning our wheels
- Tiger's premature withdrawal
- The new street higglers
- A crisis long in the making
LETTER OF THE DAY: Between a rock and a hard place
The Editor, Sir:Using Occam's razor as a rule of thumb, 'the simplest explanation or strategy tends to be the best one', the principle recommends that we choose the hypothesis that introduces the fewest...
Performers' sales 'show' up distribution
The Fabulous Five Incorporated Band's four-edition live CD series is a mini-study in the development of CD-selling strategy over the past decade.
- 'Babyface' added to Jazz and Blues line-up
- Visual and Performing Arts Jamaica showcased
- DeMarco STEPPING OUT
- 'The Lion Of Sheba'
- Yolande Rattray Wright blazing a trail few can follow
- 'Festival of Drums and Voices'- Beautiful but an untidily wrapped Christmas gift
Local books did it big in '09
Louise Bennett-Coverley, Tanya Shirley and Robert Lalah among local writers with bestsellers this year
- All for a lollipop
- Winfrey donates US$1.5m to Atlanta private school
- 'Sing and Play': A traditional music breakthrough
- Early childhood centre opens in Eltham
- No fame for me!
- Reckless encounter
Scotiabank goes retro!
How time flies when you are making money! Last Monday, Scotiabank Jamaica celebrated 120 years in Jamaica at the King Street branch, downtown Kingston, and staff took several steps back (at least in fashion) ...
- Mobay's Wedding of the Year
- Japan's double celebration
- A jolly good time with Guardsman Group
- It's Christmas at Sagicor!
- KSA knows how to party
- The story of Evita's Italian Restaurant
- out& about
- Giving back to Jamaica
- Happily married but ...
Swallowing the IMF pill
Jamaicans were jolted last Thursday afternoon in the midst of their Christmas shopping, party-planning and merriment by the announcements of tough tax measures and a public-sector wage freeze for two years.
- A fairy-tale view of interest rates
- A weak hand poorly played
- Ja: Internationalism or isolationism?
- Downtown Comes Alive for the Bethlehem Children's Home in Kingston
- Why public-sector transformation?
- On ghosts, hostages and foreign policy
Seniors take centrestage! Safety unit to focus on elderly road users
Despite a decline in senior-citizen deaths in 2009, the Road Safety Unit (RSU) at the Ministry of Transport and Works plans to organise seminars next year to help make life on Jamaican roads less stressful for the elderly.
- $aving gas and ca$h
- Jackson eyes big times
- Shuttled shoppers
- More than a navigator
- Ssangyong gets jump-start