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Published:Friday | September 27, 2013 | 7:35 PM

JADCO in Crisis

With five resignations in one month and the post of Executive Director sitting vacant, it is understood that Board members, including Mike Fennell, Molly Rhone and Senator Sophia Frazer-Binns have all been working on alternate shifts in leading the association which is now said to be in “administrative chaos”.

Give journalists breathing room

It is the considered view of that recognition and a certain measure of reward ought to be accorded to persons who have served diligently for a protracted period of time. It cannot and should not always be expressed in monetary terms, writes Laurie Foster.

No more president for life

In politics and in sports, leaders are now being made aware that despite their own desire to be president-for-life, we the people are slowly awakening from our slumber, and demanding more from them in regard to what is expected of a leader.

Captain should stay... but!

“The thinking is that the Captain is so uniquely positioned in the Jamaican context, that he cannot escape the ultimate blame for the failed campaign,” says Oral Tracey

I will be going to Commonwealth Games: Weir

In stark contrast to the views expressed by former 100m world champion Yohan Blake, Warren Weir, the 200m world championship silver medalist relishes the idea of competing at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.

Five Questions with Michael Russell

Michael Russell is one of Jamaica’s most successful junior track and field coaches with extensive knowledge and experience in these areas. Just after graduating from Kingston College (KC) in 1985, Russell returned as assistant coach where he offered guidance to the pole-vaulters.

Jamaican Umpires for Fast5 Netball World Series

Experienced Jamaican umpires Dalton Hinds and Terrence Peart have been chosen to officiate at the Fast 5, Netball World Series 2013 from November 8 to 10, in Auckland, New Zealand.

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