Month: August 2009

Paulwell’s Damascus Moment: “Re-nationalize Electric Company”

A most auspicious moment has arrived for Jamaica, and like the natural mystic spoken about by the Hon. Robert (Bob) Nesta Marley, it is blowing in the air … and if you listen carefully you will hear. I hear it, do you? If not I will tell you! For many years I was like John …

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9,000 Volts of Bolt – New World 100m Record

Usain Bolt’s sizzling 9.58 sec world record 100 meters run on Sunday gave Jamaicans one more reason to celebrate, despite the tough economic times facing the island. Bolt, sparkled at the IAAF World Athletics Championships clipping .11 of a second from his earth shattering 9.69 seconds run at the Beijing Olympics exactly a year earlier. …

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Mark Lee

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Editor, author and writer with career spanning print, radio, television and new media.

Barbados Responds to World Economic Crisis with Tourism Excellence

Hotel and restaurants workers across Barbados are being encouraged to respond to the present global financial slowdown with excellence. This was the theme of a productivity and wellness seminar held in their honour at Solidarity House, the home of the Barbados Workers Union, to launch the 24th annual Hotel and Restaurant Workers Week. Delivering the …

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Mark Lee

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Editor, author and writer with career spanning print, radio, television and new media.

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