Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Wednesday | November 28, 2012
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EDITORIAL - Antigua: putting political ghosts to rest
Little noted, and mostly unremarked, a significant era in the English-speaking Caribbean's modern political history closed this week.In Antigua, Lester Bird, 74, was soundly beaten for the leadership of the Antigua Labour Party (ALP) by his deputy ...

A development plan for MPs?
All politics is local, it is often said. If politicians are to make a difference in the development of the country, they had better start paying greater attention to their constituencies....

Tomorrow's student
Approximately 70,000 Jamaicans are attending tertiary institutions both locally and regionally, more than at any time in Jamaica's 50 years as an independent nation.The country is broke, and has been so for some time now, yet no government would even...

Plug loopholes in gov't vehicle policy
If the Simpson Miller administration is serious about tackling waste, corruption and nepotism in the country, we humbly suggest that it use the next post-Cabinet press briefing to put a freeze on motor vehicle purchases except for the Jamaica Defence...


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