Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Thursday | March 5, 2009
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EDITORIAL - In the absence of leadership
These days the name Ernest Smith is likely to conjure up an image of a character with a bulbous red nose, in baggy costume, riding a unicycle. Except that Mr Smith's statements from the privileged sanctuary of Parliament are deathly serious and potentially deadly...

Vivian Panton - from constable to chaplain
During the 160th anniversary celebrations of the Jamaica Baptist Union (JBU), at the General Assembly held for the first time in Ocho Rios, a citation was read in honour of the Reverend Dr Vivian Panton, who recently retired as a minister of the JBU... - Devon Dick

Mr Brown goes to Washington
The gloom in London is palpable. While it may be a much richer society than Jamaica, that means it has so much further to fall. And, while Britain partied hard in the booming '90s, the fallout from what is turning out to be a lost decade... - John Rapley

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