Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Wednesday | December 12, 2012
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EDITORIAL - Put government real estate under central management
We feel compelled to return to an issue on which we focused Monday - the more than J$1.2 billion a year the Jamaican Government spends on rent annually, while much state-owned property goes to ruin.

Is Jamaica ready for the 'coming out' party?
Those of us who are living and will die by the precepts of a heterosexual lifestyle are having to confront an unpleasant but immutable reality.

All that glitters
The Gleaner's Page A3 headline 'Gold hunt on' (Tuesday, December 11, 2012) caught my attention because I have heard of so many incidents lately where persons have been robbed of gold jewellery.

North-south highway link: should we brace for disaster?
A north-south route connecting Kingston to the North Coast Highway is undoubtedly an important step in the development of Jamaica. Yet this project has met numerous problems. The leg from Linstead to Moneague has been particularly troublesome, and eventually resulted in the contractors, Bouygues, pulling out from Jamaica.

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