From left: PROcomm's boss lady Jean Lowrie-Chin gets in on the smiling action next to Ruth O'Brien and Digicel's Trisha Williams-Singh.
Gay, but not happy: J-FLAG disappointed with PM's unfulfilled promise, though she remains best hope
Dane Lewis, executive director of Jamaica Forum for Lesbian, All-Sexuals and Gays, speaking at the Gleaner Editors' Forum yesterday.
Putting Dr Carolyn Gomes in context
THERE'S no doubt that the person who will succeed Dr Carolyn Gomes as executive director of rights group Jamaicans For Justice will have big shoes to fill.
Gov't awaiting divine intervention as crime mounts
In the aftermath of the security forces operation in Tivoli Gardens in May 2010 to arrest Christopher 'Dudus' Coke, the Government of the day sought to extend a State of Public Emergency that was limited to sections of Kingston and St Andrew.
Grindley's then & now - Bruce Golding
C hief Photographer Norman Grindley has searched the archives of The Gleaner and has found photos of people in their early years, comparing them with what they look like today.
Seaga did say 'call it'
FORMER Prime Minister and leader of the Jamaica Labour Party Edward Seaga said yesterday that reports that he had advised current leader Andrew Holness against a December 2011 election were not entirely true.