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By Melissa Martin, PhD Who slides down the chimney in the well-to-do zip codes? Rich Santa. Who slides down the chimney in the inner city slums? Poor Santa. Who slides down the chimney in middle class areas? Middle-income Santa. So, Santa is a member of the American economic class system. What about in other countries? […]

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Dear Sir: With over 164 murders recorded for the 128 days since assuming office on 6th August 2018, 498 murders already on the books, and the 2018 murder rate heading for 530, the second highest ever, Minister Young who lacks the experience, qualifications, vision, track record and maturity to deal with escalating crime must do […]

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Dear Sir: According to Ms Lisa Hanna, Member of Parliament for South East St Ann, “Jamaica’s future depends on our ability to participate in modern trade agreements and now more than ever in order to grow our economy Jamaica will need to develop a strategic export policy, access new favourable trading arrangements, with continuance and […]

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Dear Sir: “Budget” means different things to many people, generally thinking of access to spending money. A 15-year-old student, on an allowance, thinks of daily current expenses. A scholarship winner, studying to attend lectures and hand in assignments, parties and thinks of funding the next party. A person in their 20s with young children or […]

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Dear Sir: It was a most painful experience to view CNC3’s video of Hema Ramkissoon’s interview with Dennis Moses, Minister of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs. Moses is Trinidad and Tobago’s top diplomat – and what an embarrassment he is! He was an abject failure as a foreign service officer and during his stint at the […]

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The  Caribbean has been warned to prepare for a big earthquake, after several parts of the region were  rattled by tremors in recent times. Over the weekend, the Seismic Research Centre (SRC) at the St Augustine campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI), said that a burst of 54 earthquakes occurred north of […]

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Cultural Activist and Calypsonian Jason ‘Bachelor’ Joseph, asserting that Christianity tends to dominate the religious landscape locally, has declared that rather than force religious beliefs on anyone, there should be me mutual and equal respect for all religious groups. Joseph reiterated his position to St Lucia Times,  while disclosing that he had done so in an […]

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