NASA to open International Space Station to tourists from 2020

Saturday, June, 8 2019    

NEW YORK, United States (AFP) NASA said yesterday it will open up the International Space Station (ISS) to business ventures including space tourism -- with stays priced at US$35,000 a night -- as it seeks to financially disengage from the orbiting research... Read More

Good news on water from Geophysx

Friday, June, 7 2019    

If Geophysx Jamaica's discovery of what appears to be large areas of possible potable water turns out to be accurate, it will be quite interesting to see how it will be handled by the Government and, in particular, the National Water Commission... Read More

Is this the best the National Security Council can do?

Thursday, June, 6 2019    

Last Thursday, the National Security Council (NSC) announced that it had tasked the attorney general to lead discussions with the Opposition on legislative initiative to support crime fighting. Read More

Keeping alive the significance of D-Day

Wednesday, June, 5 2019    

Starting today, two days of memorials will be held in Britain and France, in particular, to mark the 75th anniversary of Operation Overlord, the Allied forces' push to open a western front against Adolf Hitler's Nazi forces during World War II. Read More

Rev C Evans Bailey, chaplain of the poor, devoted his life to the 'church without walls'

Tuesday, June, 4 2019    

In a time of enlightenment and renaissance in the Jamaican church, a group of courageous ministers of religion emerged from different denominations with a common message: what Christianity could best contribute to our fledging nation was the building of a church without walls. Read More

A hurricane is no joke

Monday, June, 3 2019    

No one who experienced Hurricane Gilbert's assault on Jamaica in September 1988 will ever want to deal with such a thing again.When it came ashore, Gilbert wasn't as powerful as a few other storms which have brushed Jamaica since. Read More

Political parties must not give way to the 'lootocrats'

Sunday, June, 2 2019    

A person should become a member or activist of a political party for... Read More

Mr Seaga's use of football for peace

Saturday, June, 1 2019    

Older Jamaicans have reason to smile sometimes when they hear young people make comments like “mi nuh like politics because it too violent”. Read More

GraceKennedy sets a fine example

Friday, May, 31 2019    

To their credit, successive governments have tried their best to stimulate investment in downtown Kingston. Even during the time when this newspaper disclosed that the State itself was spending millions of dollars on expensive rental in New Kingston and other areas uptown — at... Read More

Anti-Human Trafficking Club a good idea worth replicating

Thursday, May, 30 2019    

Kudos are in order for Port Antonio High School, which is establishing a Anti-Human Trafficking Club with the help of the police. Read More

How will future men speak the name Edward Phillip George Seaga?

Wednesday, May, 29 2019    

There is a question that is reasonable to ask: How will future men speak the name Edward Phillip George Seaga? Read More

Commendable response, NCB, but...

Tuesday, May, 28 2019    

The National Commercial Bank (NCB) has shown commendable corporate empathy over its... Read More

Afghanistan's amazing cricket story

Monday, May, 27 2019    

When most people think of Afghanistan they think of war and conflict.The Afghans boast a long and proud history as a nation, yet they have rarely ever been truly united because of the many rival groups. Read More

Reggae Girlz demonstrate attitude for sustained success

Saturday, May, 25 2019    

At all times, human beings have an obligation to themselves and others to strive to do even better than before.No matter how good you were, there is always room for improvement. Read More

Traffic police: Lamentations not enough

Friday, May, 24 2019    

A police report that the driver of the minibus involved in Monday's fatal crash in Portland was recently warned for overloading the vehicle, emphasises the indiscipline and blatant disregard for the law that exists in the public transport sector. Read More


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