Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Monday | January 14, 2013
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EDITORIAL - Lesson from a case of malaria
Last week's reported case of malaria in St Ann should be a signal to the Government of the need for a new, and broader, discussion on health-care priorities, as well as what this newspaper believes should be its mission of doing the small things...

Ending an era in Syria
There is very little that can be predicted with confidence about Syria, save for the fact that the days of President Bashar al-Assad are now numbered...

Our weakest link
Two Sundays ago, many Jamaicans glued themselves to their television sets when Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller delivered her address to the nation on the end of the first year in office for her administration....

A petition for Jamaica
It's too bad we can't always get what we want, isn't it? Sure, our desires would likely clash with other people's, and yes, if we were still all supposed to get whatever we wanted, this could trigger a cataclysmic fracture of the space-time continuum...

Change our culture to please God
The culture of a people is, to some extent, the source of its identity. Culture could even be seen as a nation's stamp on the fabric of history....

FEEDBACK
Do you think the prime minister's comment about deliberately not watching the news is responsible? This goes to show how unprepared and weak the PM is.


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