|EDITORIAL - Windies under curfew face turnaround test
They will not be overly optimistic but most people across the Caribbean will be hoping that the Test series starting in England today will mark the beginning of the turnaround of West Indies cricket. Of course, few will be queuing up to wager on a West Indies victory...
Kingston Harbour: Green space and slavery memorial
What could be an award-winning photograph was recently carried by this newspaper showing the Father of the City and the head of the Jamaican state standing together against the spectacular backdrop of the capital city's chief cesspool. - Martin Henry
'Flashing' in traffic
The first time I was flashed in traffic I was, naturally, quite surprised. It was not a surprise of the pleasant variety, either, as the flasher was not a lissome lass pouting perky twin orbs from her push-up bra, or a mature mama, bored with the inching traffic... - Melville Cooke
Understanding the diasporan family
Child Month 2007 is an opportune moment to gain insight into our families at home and abroad. We have not really come to terms with the impact of migration on our families, and while we tend to focus now on the benefits, such as remittances, we need to be aware... - Hilary Robertson-Hickling
NOTE-WORTHY: Education key
Education key - I visited Jamaica recently and even though poverty and crime are on the rise, it's still an awesome place. One of the things I believe could make a huge difference is education. Maybe if the people and the leaders could form an agreement...