|Family, friends shocked at councillor's death
Doreen Dietrich, widow of Clinton Dietrich, who died in a traffic collision yesterday, said she was awakened from her sleep by the loud sound of a car horn blowing at her gate."
Today he begs, tomorrow ...
HE SAYS he is 14 and that he lives in a stall near the Coronation Market in downtown Kingston.Tonight he is in New Kingston, roaming Knutsford Boulevard, begging almost everyone he sees money to buy food.
Ensuring justice is served
The Jamaican Justice Review Task Force was set up last year with the pressing mandate of making recommendations to the Government regarding the country's legal and judicial systems. Public consultations have just been concluded, and a national conference will be held to review and discuss these recom-mendations on May 10 and 11.
High demand for Jamaican hospitality workers in Massachusetts, USA
The United States Hospitality Programme started in 1989, but did not take off until 1997 with some 46 United States employers coming on board. However, the access to cheaper labour caused that number to grow to about 140 by the year 2000.
The making of the Gibraltar monument at UWI Mona
At the corner of Gibraltar Camp Way and Gibraltar Hall Road, close to the University of the West Indies (UWI) 'Post Office Gate', an elegant monument was erected in February this year, out of Gibraltar limestone and Black Africa marble.
Living on the Rock's gritty edge - Residents of Rocky Point, Clarendon cry for help
Its name echoes the plight of its residents. Life is tough as a rock in Rocky Point. The match box-shaped zinc-board houses and grimy, littered beach tell us enough. There is plenty of freshly caught fish on the beach, as fishermen and women clean their catch in hope of a buy.