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Jamaica is well advanced in achieving what appears to be a massive erection for use and enjoyment by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade.The location of this erection facilitating foreign affairs is Port Royal Street in the general...

The Chinese have had under wraps, for some time, a massive plan for an industrial park in St Elizabeth. This could be a game-changer as far as Jamaica's development goes. What makes this undertaking meaningful is that it is bold, innovative, large-...

If the minister doesn't trust the data, what about you and me?When I teach Research 101, I tell students that one definition of 'fact' is what the official data say unless one has a better data set of one's own.So we accept that the population of...

The recent furore over the naming of a section of the North-South Highway after former Prime Minister Edward Seaga has resulted in the well-known malady of selective remembrance. Petty political supporters on both parts of the partisan zinc fence...

Conflicts have had their genesis in religious parochialism, which is primarily linked to Christianity. Hold your bows and arrows before you start taking aim.In English parlance, there is BC (Before Christ) and AD (Anno Domini - in the year of our...

As the Manchester Parish Council (MPC) fraud investigation draws closer to PNP headquarters, the PNP humiliation, of which I warned last Sunday, is looking more and more imminent. Meanwhile, Nero fiddles; PNP burns. Let’s recap: After...

Yea, you wear Brazilian and Peruvian hair, drive German motor cars, ride motorcycles from Japan, don Clarks from England, eat cookies from Denmark, chocolate from Switzerland and work in Spanish-owned hotels. But you are Jamaican, and face it, the...

In the online site 'design boom', the following is written about part of a Mexican community and the reversal of negatives. "In the city of Ensenada, in Baja, California, Mexico, police have placed an ally in the sky: a DJI Inspire 1 quadcopter...

We have a serious education issue which the country must face for the future welfare of its children. There is such a breach of the duty of care that the headmaster should resign and serious consideration should be given to closing this school as...

The recent revelation that the British Government deported hundreds of Caribbean nationals, many of whom migrated to the UK under the Nationality Act of 1948 as citizens of the Commonwealth, and were granted indefinite leave to remain, is, in the...
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