LONDON (AP) -- Three people have been arrested after a second investigation into football match-fixing was launched following reports that a player agreed to rig a game in the second-tier of English football in return for cash.
Britain's National Crime Agency (NCA) confirmed on Sunday it was examining the allegations afte ...more »
Remember that hate-mail saga? The story is coming to bump, and the hate-mailer and the co-conspirators are enduring sleepless nights after getting advice that everything is about to tumble down on them. The lesson for would-be hate-mailers is, don't do it!
Belling the cat
Someone has found the courage to tell the rambunctious CEO that his antics won't be tolerated for much longer. There's much rejoicing among the long-suffering staff.
Two is better than too many
Whatever happened to the family planning programme that was hailed as a big success and titled 'Two is better than too many'? I was wondering if Mrs Betty Ann Blaine had forgotten to mention it to the women who were evicted at Duke Street. Thankfully, someone called her out on that issue. As a woman, let me advise my sisters: Have only as many children as you can afford.
A lesson well learnt by TVJ
After winning the 'analysis war' during the London Olympics, TVJ is moving to grab the next Olympics. It was painful to see the station giving analysis -- most times without footage -- and suffering the indignity of having to turn to rival CVM to watch the Games. To be fair to CVM, they had the vision to acquire the rights and should be commended.
Feeling it for the paralympians
The Paralymics people ought to do better. How can you eliminate athletes on the basis of a quota system? And then to only tell them after they had reached London and all that expense. Shabby indeed. Christopher Samuda and his team must be smarting.
You go, girl!
Kay Osborne is taking it to another level by starting a management consultancy. Guess she is saying there's life after TVJ.
Question of the week
When will Jamaica start exporting sprinters?
Christopher Samuda (standing) with members of Jamaica’s Paralympic team (from left) Alphonso Cunningham, Sylvia
Grant, and Tanto Campbell.
(L-R) Betty Ann Blaine, Kay Osborne
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