How to meet infrastructure needs in sport?

Saturday, March, 4 2017    

In central Jamaica, long-serving sports administrator and former president of the Jamaica Administrative Athletics Association (JAAAs) Mr Pat Anderson recently called for an all-weather track at the Kirkvine Sports Club in central Manchester. Read More

A good step towards attracting investment

Thursday, March, 2 2017    

One of the more heartening bits of news that this newspaper published this week was that of the interest in Jamaica voiced by potential investors from Philadelphia in the United States. Read More

Implementation of ‘Dead lef’ law something to shout about

Wednesday, March, 1 2017    

The arc of the moral universe is long but it bends towards justice Read More

Harry Belafonte at 90… honour to whom honour is due

Tuesday, February, 28 2017    

Mr Harry Belafonte, born Harold George Bellanfanti Jr on March 1, 1927, achieves his four score years and ten today, and for all the good he has done for his fellow men, the world celebrates with this extraordinary American of Jamaican descent. Read More

Government doing well on the economy, lot of work left on crime

Monday, February, 27 2017    

It’s not too early to assess the first-year performance of the Andrew Holness Administration, despite the fact that it didn’t actually begin functioning fully as a Government until March 7, 2016 when all the Cabinet ministers were sworn and set to work immediately. Read More

Tough road ahead, but hope beckons for WI cricket

Sunday, February, 26 2017    

To the chagrin of those who still support West Indies cricket, the regional team will not be part of the ICC Champions Trophy tournament this summer in England. Read More

Let us avoid this dangerous political trap

Saturday, February, 25 2017    

With few exceptions, small islands are economic failures, as is evident in their inability to maintain sustained economic growth. Read More

The push to produce champions

Saturday, February, 25 2017    

Jamaica’s famous boys and girls championships, held annually for more than a century, have often been cited by this newspaper and elsewhere as a big reason for the country’s outstanding record in track athletics. Read More

Good sense must prevail on pension reforms

Friday, February, 24 2017    

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The Youth View Awards brouhaha

Wednesday, February, 22 2017    

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De-legitimising the Marley Grammys

Tuesday, February, 21 2017    

Every announcement of the Reggae Grammy winner, including this year’s, reopens a festering wound in the body of the Jamaican recording artiste community. Read More

Lobbying against FATCA on Capitol Hill

Saturday, February, 18 2017    

The countries of the Caribbean Community (Caricom) are facing a major challenge of executing international payments as foreign banks reduce and/or eliminate correspondent banking services to some financial institutions in this region. Read More

Good reasons to smile

Saturday, February, 18 2017    

Recent days have been pretty good for Jamaican cricket and football. Read More


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