If it nuh go suh...! - September 23
LONDON, England — The Royal Family follow behind as Grenadier Guards escort the coffin with the body of Queen Elizabeth II, aboard the State hearse, inside Windsor Castle on September 19, 2022, ahead of the committal service for the late monarch. (Photo: AFP)

Splendid send-off for The Queen

Jamaicans are known for putting on a great funeral and will appreciate the unforgettable spectacle that was the funeral service for Queen Elizabeth II on Monday in London. The event was choreographed to a 'T', befitting the greatness of the longest-serving monarch. I would be surprised if some Jamaicans weren't behind the organising of that splendid send-off.

Sick and tired of the crime

As Jamaicans, we deserve a break from the constant crime; it just keeps getting worse by the day. The rape of that Oracabessa High School female student demonstrates that nowhere is a safe zone. It would be so nice to have a week where there is no crime on the news.

Wishing Briana Williams well; good job, Ato Bolden

I read Briana Williams' decision to train in Jamaica with Michael Frater's Titan club as a sign of confidence in the ability of local coaches. Briana is one of my favourite speedsters. Congratulations to her former coach, Ato Bolden, who did a great job with her and has the wisdom to see that she needs to take it up another level.

Briana Williams with her former coach Ato Boldon.

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