Editorial

Will America choose bipartisanship or gridlock?

The midterm elections in the United States have given Americans a clear choice — greater bipartisanship in order to get tangible achievements or gridlock which means nothing of substance is achieved. Read More

Is Jamaica ready to give paternity leave?
Based on the views expressed by some Jamaicans in this newspaper yesterday, the planned consultation on paternity leave, and the expected subsequent debates on this issue, should be robust.... Read More

CCJ — an idea whose time has not yet come
KEEN observers of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) would have felt a sense of gratitude to former Prime Minister Bruce Golding for his very studious assessment of the future of the court in his Sunday Observer article headlined 'What now for the CCJ?'... Read More

The building of a leader
People evolve into leaders in curious ways.Take the case of Mr Ricardo Burke, founder and president of the Gregory Park-based Youth for Change Foundation which seeks to help people, especially children.... Read More

100 years after World War I we are living in interesting times

Sunday, November, 11 2018    

As the Western world marks Armistice Day today, 100 years after the end of World War I, we are drawn to two very telling quotes. Read More

Chung Fah: a larger than life visionary

Saturday, November, 10 2018    

A gifted coach, Mr Winston Chung Fah, who died Thursday at age 78 in the Miami, Florida, was also one of Jamaica's great football visionaries. Read More

A tale of four sensible mayors

Friday, November, 9 2018    

There is much encouragement in the news carried by the Jamaica Observer West yesterday that mayors across the four western parishes (Westmoreland, Hanover, St James, and Trelawny) have publicly stated their intentions to work with the police and other government... Read More

US midterm elections will force compromise between House and Senate

Thursday, November, 8 2018    

With the highest voter turnout — 47 per cent or 113 million votes — since 1970, the United States midterm elections on Tuesday lived up to expectations for the usual defeat of the party of the sitting president in the House of Representatives, promising to make life harder... Read More

Prevention still better than cure

Wednesday, November, 7 2018    

As Jamaicans are well aware, “Prevention better than cure.” That's the reason health authorities have used vaccination as an immunisation method against diseases for as long as the great majority of us can remember. Read More

Park Mtn Primary the better for First Global

Wednesday, November, 7 2018    

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Whither the US mid-term elections

Tuesday, November, 6 2018    

By this time tomorrow we would have seen if the American populace remains consistent and hands the opposition party — in this case, the Democrats — a mid-term election victory through majorities in the House and, possibly, the Senate. Read More

'Bunny' Grant, a Jamaican star

Monday, November, 5 2018    

It's a difficult thing to ask Jamaicans, now in middle age or younger, to properly understand the impact of Mr George Leslie “Bunny” Grant, who died late last week at age 78. Read More

Managing direct foreign investment

Sunday, November, 4 2018    

The recent and persistent hysteria about Chinese investment requires some clarification. Read More

High hopes as Windies Women take on the world

Saturday, November, 3 2018    

When the West Indies men's team won the ICC World Twenty20 cricket championship in 2016 the cricketing world took it in stride. Read More

Jamaicans, unite to protect our children

Friday, November, 2 2018    

Just a week ago in this space, we bemoaned the high level of crimes and abuse committed against our children. In this regards we are quite encouraged by moves by the Government that suggest the Administration is taking the issue seriously. Read More



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