Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | February 1, 2009
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Recession requires creative response
Those nasty global economic winds from which Jamaica is already reeling have begun to concentrate minds here, leading in some instances to new and creative ways of doing business.

A lost birthright: The haemorraghing of the bauxite sector
The present contraction and threatened closure of Jamaica's bauxite/alumina industry resulting from the global economic crisis takes me back to an evening almost 15 years ago and a small...

Entrepreneurship and development
This is a good, although grim time, to talk about entrepreneurship.- Martin Henry

'Rampin' Shop' - musical poison
As a principal of a school of over 1,930 students with approximately 1,000 being boys, I am faced daily with the fact that as a nation, we are rearing our children on garbage in terms of the values that as a society we are passing on to them.

Distorted desires, lost childhood
The collusion of adults in the population in the early sexualisation and the related levels of abuse against children has been raised in many societies. - Glenda Simms

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