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Garnett Roper, Guest Columnist I write in response to Daniel Thwaites' column, 'The Pinnacle of Independence' (Sunday, March 3, 2014. Thwaites, who was writing in response to an article written by me and previously published by The Gleaner, titled '
Dr Davies has every reason to be sanguine about this development. The opportunity can be taken in the context of a robust, environmentally savvy regulatory infrastructure. We ought to strike the happy balance between protection of our vulnerable
AS A public theologian, I read two texts, the text of Holy Scripture and the text of life's experiences. I see my task as interpreting each in the light of the other and bringing to bear the one upon the other. About 35 years ago while I served as an
The Story of Philip Ofodile (Part I) Published: Sunday May 19, 2013 Philip Ofodile, Contributor It's Christmas Eve of 2010 at the Horizon Adult Remand Centre. As I lay on my six-inch concrete bed gazing into the solid concrete roof for the first time
And yet each in its own way is demonstrative of the unsustainability of future of economic expansion without growth in employment. Both the Monymusk sugar factory and cane lands which were recently acquired by Chinese holdings in a divestment deal
The Bank of Jamaica posted on its website February 15 an IMF press release with the caption, 'IMF and Jamaica authorities reach staff-level agreement on key elements of the EFF-Supported programme'. This is the first of two steps in the approval
Garnett Roper, Guest Columnist The most profound issues raised by the evidence offered in the sentencing hearing of confessed Jamaican crime boss Christopher 'Dudus' Coke relate to the indictment of the Jamaica criminal-justice system. In the