Show me the money! - Golding calls for audit of Haiti relief funds - Jamaicans to stay till March 5
IN THE wake of the mushrooming of thousands of organisations throughout the region soliciting money for emergency aid in Haiti, Jamaica's Prime Minister Bruce Golding has called for an audit of all funds collected in Caribbean Community (CARICOM) member states...
- El-Faisal pledges positive preaching
- From relief to rebuilding - FFP's Haiti aid mission gets into second gear
- Good cops must dump bad apples! - Gov't sends wrong message too - Phillips
- Victims of domestic abuse urged to take action
- Reece defends church schools as champions of education
The Dyke, Dryden and Wade story (Pt 2)
When Tony Wade, full of ambition, arrived in England in 1954, he had gone to get training in public administration, after which he would return to his native Montserrat. However, he was appalled at the subhuman conditions under which he and other migrants were to live....
- 'Hush 2': Daddy's dirty secret
- Creepy crawly
- My husband needs to be more understanding
- Rex Nettleford burial on Feb 16
How foreign nationals can work in Jamaica
Q.What are the immigration requirements for someone taking up an employment offer in Jamaica?Each year, Jamaica receives scores of foreign nationals who come to the island to take up employment opportunities in various areas of work.
August Town, Cavalier advance
August Town pulled off a mild upset after getting by fellow Premier League outfit Boys' Town 1-0, in the semi-finals of the Claro Jackie Bell Knockout competition yesterday at the Harbour View Mini Stadium to advance to the final ...
- Tired Reggae Boyz arrive in Argentina
- Gayle blames poor batting ... Skipper laments display after heavy ODI loss to Aussies
- Johnson back on track with impressive KO
- Chelsea win leaves Arsenal feeling blue
- Inter extend lead to 10 points
- Gulati re-elected USSF president
- No end in sight for Dustin Brown fiasco
- Ruddock in fine form
- Gunning for their hearts ... Gonzales wants to win back fans after injury setbacks
- More millions for Haiti's football
EDITORIAL - Government's sensible China policy
Among the most pragmatic and sensible actions of the Golding administration, despite the occasionally silly rhetoric in Opposition, has been to maintain Jamaica's mature and textured foreign policy, which is proving particularly useful during this...
LETTER OF THE DAY - Jamaican in name only
The Editor, Sir: I support the Government's decision to fully privatise Air Jamaica and remove the financial burden from Jamaican taxpayers. The Trinidadians and Caribbean Airlines seem to be the front-runners to take over the Jamaican Lovebird and I wish them well...
- Driver impatience
- Boyne on Rex: an appreciation
- Who is accountable?
- A drop in the bucket
- What's our leaders' inspiration?
- Erroneous statement from Rita Marley
Varied musical fare at satisfying tribute to Marley and Brown
If anyone still needed living proof of Jamaicans' enduring passion for the love song, well composed and delivered, they would have got it at last Friday's tribute - to Jamaica's two most popular deceased singers - in the smiling figure of Keith Lyn....
- Mervyn Morris extends literary hand to writers - 'On Reading Miss Lou Seriously' first published in 1964
- Hot, hype, high-energy YVAs
- SOMETHING EXTRA
Wickedly stylish! - Sexy Sherone Simpson, styled by her sister
When she is not blazing the track, Olympic 100-metre silver medallist Sherone Simpson is usually far away from the crowd, living in her own little cocoon surrounded by close friends and family. Of late, however, she has begun to break out of her shell, turning heads...
- Dressing for Love
- SINGULAR SUBJECTS - Strictly for lovers!
- KELLY'S WORLD - What's so special about Valentine's Day?
- LAWS OF EVE - Can I make a living will?
- SEX & RELATIONSHIP - Pucker up - the art and science of kissing
- Fe-Mail Ties: The heart of the matter - Celebrating African heritage
- FLAIR COUPLE - A perfect match
- Body magic