Columns

Entrepreneurs of a new order

It was encouraging to read the journey of Yoni Epstein in the Sunday Finance magazine of the Sunday Observer, April 16, 2017. His story is one of inspiration to Jamaican entrepreneurs.What captivated my interest was his... Read More

Preventing the pain of road deaths
The tragic death of Olympian and Jamaica record holder Germaine Mason is a stark reminder that motorcyclists represent a high percentage of Jamaica’s road fatalities. Thirty-four-year-old Mason lost his life early last Thursday morning when his bike crashed on the Norman...... Read More

Our priorities are all screwed up
The curtains came down recently on the Inter-secondary Schools’ Sports Association’s 107th Boys’ and Girls’ championships at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica, with Calabar High School prevailing over arch-rivals Kingston College for a...... Read More

The CCJ and Cabral Douglas v The Commonwealth of Dominica
The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) in its capacity as an international tribunal with sole authority for interpreting and applying the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas (RTC) recently denied an application by Cabral Douglas for leave to commence proceedings against the Commonwealth...... Read More

The challenges of Harry the Prince

Barbara Gloudon | Friday, April, 21 2017   

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We have outgrown CARIFTA Games

Franklin Johnston | Thursday, April, 20 2017   

The Carifta Games (the Games) should be transformed, abandoned (not our call) or we exit gracefully. They show the best and worst of the West Indies and divide the Caribbean. Read More

Maduro’s last gasp

Raulston Nembhard | Tuesday, April, 18 2017   

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Hiring for expertise or attitude at senior leadership levels in the Caribbean

Vincent Gordon | Monday, April, 17 2017   

Recent and imminent leadership changes in the Jamaica Constabulary Force, Sagicor, and I hear Jamaica Public Service, have brought to the fore the question: Which is more important, hiring for expertise or hiring for attitude? Read More

Behind that Coral Gardens incident

Richard Blackford | Monday, April, 17 2017   

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Poisonous property tax vine was planted long ago

Stephen Edwards | Monday, April, 17 2017   

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Under the shadow of the cross

Raulston Nembhard | Tuesday, April, 11 2017   

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Property taxes? I must be renting from the Gov’t

BY MS T | Tuesday, April, 11 2017   

After giving the matter a lot of thought I just came to the realisation that I am not really a homeowner, I have entered the realm of being a renter from the Government of Jamaica. Read More

I won’t apologise for not voting for the PNP

BY TEDDYLEE GRAY | Tuesday, April, 11 2017   

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Getting to know Commissioner George Quallo

Keith Gardner | Monday, April, 10 2017   

A release by the Police Services Commission that Deputy Commissioner of Police will be appointed Commissioner was welcome by many of us who grew to know him. Read More

Victory and performance

Verona Antoine-Smith | Monday, April, 10 2017   

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