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Jamaica Gleaner Commentary
published: Tuesday | March 7, 2006

Getting rural development on track
NEWLY-ELECTED PRESIDENT of the People's National Party and Prime Minister-designate, Portia Simpson Miller, who cited rural development as a key plank in her campaign platform, has her work cut out for her. This is not the first time...

Adopt best British policing practices
THE RECENT savage killing of four children and two adult family members in St. Thomas, the parish of my birth, is cause for grave concern and a moment to contemplate adopting the best British policing practices. - Devon Dick


Accurate product info needed (Part I)
AMBIGUOUS, INACCURATE and/or inadequate labelling of foods and drinks should concern us all. People who ask about the ingredients of a food product are usually seen as bothersome and given a list that is often deficient. - Garth Rattray


The lingering hurt
NEW YORK CITY: ON SEPTEMBER 18, 2001, the remains of the World Trade Center were a jagged, burning, smoking pile of rubble. Thousands of emergency workers and volunteers pored over the debris, in a search that had abandoned hopes... - Dan Rather















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