Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Friday | February 13, 2009
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EDITORIAL - Now for the tough part, Minister Nelson
Dwight Nelson, the minister in the finance ministry who has responsibility for public sector employment, is understandably skittish, at this time, about committing the administration to either slashing state jobs or freezing salaries as part of the effort of dealing...

Brainwash on top of greenwash
Last week, I wrote "Greenwash in the minerals sector', showing how the national minerals policy can mislead the public to believe that mining is a sustainable activity (trying to whitewash the mineral sector with 'green' paint). - Peter Espeut

Much appreciation - I recently had the privilege of attending the wonderfully-choreographed opening of the Bustamante Museum on February 2. I want to publicly thank and compliment the organisers...

After this ban, what then?
Educator Esther Tyson and gender consultant Glenda Simms stood up and waved red flags vigorously and members of the Broadcasting Commission came charging in like bulls in a, well...rampin' shop. 'Tek dis, tek dat; don't dagger here... - Colin Steer

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