In search of water- Carole Hutchinson, a cane farmer in the small farming district of Gravel Hill in Clarendon, has no reason to complain about water for her crops right now.
September 28th 2004
Sports: Unity was the key — Hinds - When the West Indies cricket team departed the Caribbean for the ICC Champions' Trophy One-Day tournament in England, few would have given Brian Lara's men any realistic chance of lifting the trophy.
September 23rd 2004
$1b for building society borrowers- THE National Housing Trust (NHT) yesterday announced that it will make available $1 billion for building societies to on-lend, at preferential interest, to people whose homes were damaged by Hurricane Ivan a fortnight ago.
September 22nd 2004 Powell promises to smash Montgomery's world record - HE'S BACK! Jamaica's fastest man, Asafa Powell, returned to the island on Monday night, his first time back home in over two months.
September 14th 2004
Gov't seeks funding with two instruments- The money market, liquid for most of the week, tightened slightly during
mid-week, with the overnight rate trading up six to 10 per cent by weekend, from
five to eight per cent the previous week.
September 1st 2004
Mo' money for Boyz - Money continues to pour into the Reggae Boyz' 'Journey to Germany' World Cup qualifying campaign.
August 26th 2004
Tears of joy- Jamaica's Olympic gold medal winner over 200 metres, Veronica Campbell, is moved
to tears as she listens to the National Anthem during the medal presentation
ceremony in Athens yesterday.