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A questionable shift to regressive taxation

BY PAUL WARD | Monday, April, 3 2017    

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Champs: Another mess, but any accountability?

Dennis Jones | Monday, April, 3 2017    

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Learning impacting customer service

Wayne Campbell | Monday, April, 3 2017    

Most of us will agree that customer service in the society leaves much to be desired. However, not many of us have made the connection between emotional intelligence and the quality of customer experience, or lack thereof, that we receive on a daily basis. Read More

Our people deserve better

Jean Lowrie-Chin | Monday, April, 3 2017    

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Prime Minister Holness and the Budget Debate

BY PROF BASIL WILSON | Sunday, April, 2 2017    

In a country where there is serious intellectual discourse, one would expect that the parliamentary debate would lead to a public debate concerning the policy agenda put forward by Prime Minister Andrew Holness and Minister of Finance Audley Shaw. Read More

Are you breaking an egg this Easter?

Lance Neita | Sunday, April, 2 2017    

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OAS dysfunctionality requires charter review

Sir Ronald Sanders | Sunday, April, 2 2017    

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Who really has been affirmed the president of the PNP?

Garfield Higgins | Sunday, April, 2 2017    

Rain beats a leopard’s skin, but it does not wash out the spots. — Ugandan proverb Read More

Gaining and maintaining the trust of citizens

Dr Canute Thompson | Sunday, April, 2 2017    

It is a truism to say that "no one is perfect" and no truthful person would ever claim that he or she has never lied. But the defence that no one is perfect is a fallback that some people use to try to defend the indefensible. Read More

The transforming power of work

Rev Al Miller | Sunday, April, 2 2017    

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Do the work, Andrew Holness...or just step aside

Richard Hugh Blackford | Sunday, April, 2 2017    

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Don’t listen to Peter, carve out your own prosperity

Okeino Robinson | Sunday, April, 2 2017    

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Research and development — UTech’s role

BY STEPHEN VASCIANNIE | Sunday, April, 2 2017    

The following is an edited version of the keynote address given by Professor Stephen Vasciannie, President of the University of Technology, Jamaica, at that institution’s Research, Technology and Innovation Day, on March 30, 2017. Read More

Peter, Peter!

Saturday, April, 1 2017    

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