Destiny delayed - Golding must wait to be sworn in
The country might have to wait until late next week before Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) leader Bruce Golding is sworn in as the country's next Prime Minister after leading his party to victory in the September 3 more

Women in the House
When Parliament reopens later this month as expected, there will be eight women from the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) and the People's National Party (PNP) who will be in the House. more

Henry-Wilson calls for calm from JLP
Maxine Henry-Wilson, Member of Parliament-elect for South East St. Andrew, yesterday urged the leadership of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) to restrain party supporters who, she claims more

'George Phang' sought by police

The St. Elizabeth police say they are seeking Newton Horne, alias 'George Phang', in connection with multiple counts of shooting with intent and illegal possession of firearm and ammunition. more

No job cuts
Wayne Jones, president of the Jamaica Civil Service Association (JCSA), has sought to assure its members that major job losses are not expected as the country changes its government in the ensuing days. more

Here to stay - Latibeaudiere says no likely shift in monetary policy
Any suggestion that he would be demitting office as head of the central bank as a result of pending changes to the political administration is totally without foundation and even mischievous more

EDITORIAL - Constructive engagement
The stance taken by Mr. Bruce Golding has been most statesmanlike. He has been humble in victory and held out the olive branch to the defeated party. This approach is greatly to be welcomed and bodes well more

Identifying the least honourable
Bruce Golding will become Jamaica's eighth Prime Minister. This is a fact of life that we must accept. His elevation to the office of Prime Minister comes after many long months of campaigning by both the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) and the People's Nation more

Doing the right thing

So now, what are we going to talk about? The last month has been a smorgasbord of energetic debate over the issues of the nation. Like never before in my lifetime have I seen people of all walks of life engaged more

Concession via news release
The 2007 general election will long be remembered for the television event that it was, so one wonders why after her 'non-concession' speech on Monday night Mrs. Simpson Miller did not return to the nation as she promised more

School fees safe - Golding reassures free tuition commitment
Leader of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), Bruce Golding, has sought to assure the nation that his administration will make good on its promise to abolish tuition fees at the secondary level. more

Another shift in results - 33: JLP, 27: PNP
Chairman of the Electoral Commission, Prof. Errol Miller, wants the new Parliament, when sworn in, to pass legislation as its first order of business, to increase the number of constituencies to an odd number between 60 and 65. more

'Pip Pip' Harry crashes
Harry Douglas, the politician who some St. Mary residents have alleged honks the horn of his SUV more often than he represents them, has been driven into the political wilderness by the voters in South East, St. Mary. more

More eligibility issues -Government contract holders may be barred from House in Jamaica
Winning candidates in the recently held general election who might have had government contracts, and failed to make a disclosure of the same a month before the nation went to the polls on Monday, run the risk of being barred from taking their seats in Go more

Jamaican-Canadians add their voice
After an engaging campaign and a close general election, Jamaican-Canadians have expressed varying views on the outcome of the national poll. more

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