Tag: Jamaica

‘LOVE STRUCK’ -Teen killed in ‘accidental’ shooting

While most parents busy themselves with back-to-school preparations, family members of a 13-year-old Green Pond High student remain dead frozen in their tracks, as...

SALEM’S STAR – CC’s Head Boy emerges from Piggott Street

“We must not allow other people’s limited perceptions to define us.” The words of Virginia Satir perfectly describe the philosophy of Rashaun Stewart, 17-year-old...

Jamaicans in support of military coup

Anthony Barrett   Recently, I came across an online video of troop movement along Howard Cooke Boulevard in Montego Bay. It was a massive show of...

Time to change Jamaica’s archaic abortion laws

Anthony Barrett   Abortion, like homosexuality, is a taboo subject in a Jamaica where morality is a thing of the past. This past week, a daily...

CORNERED

Barrington Flemming Staff Reporter State of Emergency extended  In just two weeks since the government’s imposition of a State of Emergency, here are the results: 10...

Inadequate research publications in Jamaica

The Editor, Dear Sir, Research informs practice; but how can our systems improve if we don’t have the literature on which to base our hypotheses? Every year,...

‘LOCKED UP, WON’T LET ME OUT’

Michael Nattoo - Staff Reporter When Prime Minister Andrew Holness declared a State of Public Emergency for the parish of St. James last Thursday, January...

Hopewell on edge

The community of Hopewell and its environments are in a state of shock and panic in wake of a slew of murders which has...

‘He was depressed, but loved’

The true account of the death of popular JUTA operator, Winston Sharpe Winston Sharpe was a great man, an exceptional friend, a loving husband,...

ABUSED AND ALONE

The Editor, Dear Sir,   I almost didn’t make it to the New Year. Not because of any gun-related thing, but because minutes after 11 pm, last...