Person of the Year 2013

Who is the Jamaican most deserving of the title, Personality of the Year? Such an individual must have captured the imagination of the average Jamaican, stimulated strong nationalistic feelings and made a difference either in the way we see ourselves, or how others see us.

Police-citizen relations key to crime fighting

Far more crucial to containing crime is changing police-citizen relations than changing minister of national security.

Harnessing our potential in 2014

My fellow Jamaicans, I hope you all had a good holiday and wish for all of us the prospect of 2014 yielding better results than 2013.

Making Jamaica a tolerable place to live

"Give us vision lest we perish."- Jamaica National AnthemTry wishing the family and friends of the 1,200 Jamaicans murdered last year happy new year.

Collaboration needed to fight crime successfully

On any given day and in any public opinion poll, crime ranks as a top concern for Jamaicans.

It's going to be a tough year

It's going to be a tough year. I am happy to be alive to see the new year - and it is a happy new year - but 2014 is going to be a tough year.

Tessanne, standard English and int'l success

In his Monday, December 30 article, 'Jamaica, you are the Father', columnist and medical doctor Garth Rattray gave commendations to Tessanne Chin.

Richard Hart toiled for working class

During his lifetime, Richard Hart committed his energies to the cause of the working class with much solicitude.

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