Dr Herbert Gayle batting for fathers

Next Sunday, mothers all over the country will be showered with much love in one form or another as the world celebrates Mother's Day. Next month, there will be Father's Day ...

Make them tremble, Mr Minister

Having listened to the presentation by Senator Dwight Nelson, the national security minister, to the Upper House on Friday, we are even more convinced that Government is groping around in the dark in the fight against crime...

Sectoral Debate kicks off tomorrow

THE 2010-2011 Sectoral Debate begins in Parliament tomorrow with Industry and Commerce Minister Karl Samuda due to make the first presentation.

Customs brokers elect Wignal to second term

Donovan Wignal, CEO of Mairtrans International Logistics, has been re-elected president of the Custom Brokers and Freight Forwarders Association of Jamaica (CBFFAJ). Wignal's re-election gives him and his executive a second term in which to concentrate...

Senior cops return from US anti-terrorism forum

Four senior members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), recently attended an executive forum on anti-terrorism hosted by the anti-terrorism assistance programme of the United States Department of Justice. They are Assistant Commissioner of Police...

PJ lauds West Indian influence in Connecticut

Former Prime Minister P.J. Patterson has lauded the West Indian Social Club of Hartford on its pre-eminent place in the revitalisation of that New England community and its role in promoting social cohesion in Connecticut.

UK Election Special: UK voters fall out of love

On Thursday May 6, the British electorate will go to the polls. What it may mean to the Caribbean, its large community in the United Kingdom and how the attitudes towards the region of the three main parties vary...

Economic growth through reformation

Recently published reports have shown that Jamaica is in a terrible economic state, and that only two other countries are in worse economic positions than Jamaica.

Pakistani group claims NYC car bomb responsibility

Police combed through a charred sports utility vehicle (SUV) and a crude assortment of explosives yesterday for clues to a failed bombing in Times Square, a major tourist destination, as a monitoring group reported that the Pakistani Taliban...

Roving with Lalah

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Defying Odds

International Narcotics

Control Strategy Report (PDF)

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Prof. Rex Nettleford

Highlights of his funeral


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