Come to work! - Opposition calls JLP administration 'a government in hiding'
The full slate of the parliamentary Opposition, minus Kern Spencer, showed up at Gordon House yesterday as members sought to turn up the heat on the Bruce Golding administration to resume sittings of the House of Representatives and the Senate...
- 'We will not be rushed'
- Authorities await info on Jamaican ship found with cocaine
- Buju's lawyer confident
- Police track Muslim cleric's movements
- Ken fights to keep vision alive - Businessman wants multi-sport facility for Portmore
- Flight mishaps and settlements
- The secret to SMART goal setting
- Pellington's story: the first step to achieving big goals
No Adams! - PSC starts interviewing candidates but controversial ex-cop not called
The Police Service Commission (PSC) has started to interview candidates to fill the vacant post of head of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, but ex-cop Reneto Adams is not on that shortlist. The Gleaner yesterday confirmed that fewer than 10 applicants were down...
- Pusey unhappy with snags in Kern case
- PNP's early start
- Rains wreak havoc in St Mary, Portland again
- Sugar cane costs will go up - Rickards
- Tension subsides in Alligator Pond
BOJ propping up Government - $23b of support in two months
Dr Omar Davies' charge that a $3 billion advance to government by the Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) in November was unsecured funds that amounted to the printing of money, has been followed by an admission from the central bank that its support to the Golding administration...
- Mortgage bank re-enters the secondary market - Buying loans to bolster revenue, credit pool
- CCCL to issue 15m of new pref shares to TCL - Shareholders approve debt conversion plan
- M&M in line for $2.7b housing contract - NHT to develop 833 more units at Longville
- JPS recommissions hydro plant
- Australia chips in to CARICOM Fund
- Venezuelan loan to build second airport in Haiti
- Decline forecast for Grenada in 2010
- Berkshire opposes Kraft share issue in Cadbury takeover
Full of optimism - Confident regional teams take aim at crown - Captains disappointed with reduced format
The five overseas teams participating in this weekend's opening round matches in the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional Four-day Championship arrived in the island yesterday, full of optimism they can lift the crown.
- Vigilant ICC moves to block out corruption
- Gayle missing, but WA win
- Bryan, Gordon add firepower to Stars of the East
- Lewis believes his qualification merits national coaching job
- Harbour View hunt maximum pts
- UWI gives ballers chance to score with scholarships
- STETHS to launch title defence against Newell
EDITORIAL - Senior JCF officers have to go
Relatively early in Peter Phillips' tenure as national security minister, a study on the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) proposed that at least half of its senior officers be fired or retired to make way for more...
LETTER OF THE DAY - Common courtesy becoming non-existent
THE EDITOR, Sir: Life would surely be more enjoyable and rewarding if we were to utilise the common courtesies of life and practise the golden rule "do unto others as you would have them do to you".
- Garveyism is relevant
- The shame of Dingwall's ant-Garveyism
- Opportunities missed, but not all lost
- A campaign for fire extinguishers
- Anti-terrorism business in Jamaica?
Carolyn Cooper launches Global Reggae Studies Centre
On Sunday evening, University of the West Indies professor, Carolyn Cooper, made a connection between the launch of the Global Reggae Studies Centre and inevitable life changes. "I hope as I move into my retirement years I will have a profitable enterprise...
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