A STRIDENT Karl Samuda yesterday declared that Jamaica should make it clear to Trinidad and Tobago that it refuses to be a receptacle for its goods.
A FORMER minister in the Bruce Golding-led administration has painted a dim picture of the attitude of Jamaican firms to development.
Speller 89, The Gleaner's Children's Own Spelling Bee champion Gifton Wright, competes in the preliminary rounds of the Scripps National Spelling Bee at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland, in the United States yesterday.
For the first time since the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) was introduced to Jamaica 13 years ago, the results will be available online.
Both major political parties have endorsed Vision 2030. By that vision, Jamaica is to become the place of choice to live, work and raise our families. The statement betrays an understanding that for many, Jamaica has not been that place of choice.
They say the only two certainties in life are death and taxes and, based on the revenue measures proposed for the 2012-2013 Budget, the two are becoming more closely intertwined.
A GROUP of St Catherine farmers say although they have been charged to expand agricultural production in keeping with the national drive to grow the economy, their efforts are being stymied by lack of infrastructural support, and competition from imported food items.
ARCHAEOLOGISTS SAID Tuesday that they will ask the United Nations' cultural agency to bestow world heritage status on Port Royal, the mostly submerged remains of a historic Jamaican port known as the 'wickedest city on Earth' more than three centuries ago.
JAMAICA COULD have saved over a billion dollars last year if we had been using coal. That's according to studies presented by Lincoln Bailey, Jamaica-born co-owner of Mchenga Mine in Malawi, that country's second largest coal mine.
It will be much cheaper to call across mobile networks if the Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR) institutes an ...