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READERS COMMENT: Descendants of slave masters are nor responsible for slavery

Dear Editor, I am a black male living in Massachusetts, USA and I recall that many years ago, a co-worker remarked that I had three strikes against me; I...
April 24th 2014Views 0Comments 0

OAS, World Bank discuss economic and social outlook for Caribbean

WASHINGTON (CMC – Secretary General of the Organisation of American States (OAS, José Miguel Insulza, believes that one of the main challenges of the...
April 24th 2014Views 0Comments 0

KSAC to begin delayed review of applications for Property Tax relief

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Before the end of April, but after a delay of nearly a year, the Parish Discretionary Committee of the Kingston and St Andrew...
April 23rd 2014Views 0Comments 0

Transport operators threaten withdrawal of service

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Private transport operators say they will be withholding service islandwide starting tomorrow, Thursday, April 24. At least six...
April 23rd 2014Views 1Comments 0

Opposition presents nine-point 'prescription for growth'

OPPOSITION spokesman on finance and planning, Audley Shaw, yesterday presented what he described as the Jamaica Labour Party’s (JLP ‘prescription for...
April 23rd 2014Views 0Comments 0

Jamaica Gleaner News Feeds

JUTC begins settling debts to claimants

Sheldon Williams, Staff ReporterTHE JAMAICA Urban Transit Company (JUTC) has paid over a cheque valued at $500,000 on Tuesday to the Corporate Area...
April 24th 2014Views 2Comments 0

Ghana ready to strengthen ties with Jamaica

Gary Spaulding, Senior Gleaner WriterTHE JAMAICAN Government is being urged by two high-ranking Ghanian officials to move with dispatch to appoint a...
April 24th 2014Views 2Comments 0

Coudray-Greaves murder case to be heard tomorrow

Christopher Thomas, Gleaner WriterThe case against Ivan Taylor, the man charged with the 2012 murder of Trinidadian schoolteacher Michelle...
April 24th 2014Views 1Comments 0

Bishop urges Gov't to share burden

Carl Gilchrist, Gleaner WriterAnglican Bishop The Right Reverend Dr Howard Gregory is urging the Government to show the nation that it is making part of...
April 24th 2014Views 2Comments 0

Bankers concerned over Gov't's new revenue measures

The Jamaica Bankers Association (JBA) has indicated it is concerned that the Government has not presented a more equitable and sustainable strategy to...
April 24th 2014Views 1Comments 0
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