Building Skills for Integrity With WROC: Respect for Life and What it Brings

September 15th, 2018

“Let our own light shine.” Nikeisha Sewell Lewis, Executive Director of the Women’s Resource and Outreach Centre (WROC) always inspires confidence and a sense of belief – in self, but especially, belief in others. In… Read more

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The Mystery of “Chik-V”

September 8th, 2018

It’s the time of year when we get a little more rain, after a long drought. It’s hurricane season too, so we may possibly get a great deal of rain – and with it,… Read more

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Communicating the Weather and Climate Change: How Can We Bridge the Gap?

August 31st, 2018

It’s not easy, we know. Getting the word out, keeping the public informed about the latest developments in weather is a challenge, to say the least. Therefore, it was good to see the Meteorological… Read more

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Playing Fast and Loose With the Truth Before It Can Put On Its Shoes

August 11th, 2018

Have you noticed how hard it has been lately to determine the “truth” of things? Perhaps it is some kind of summer madness, but I have noticed an almost daily trickle (drip, drip) of strange… Read more

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The Corruption Problem: Is It People or Systems That Are to Blame?

July 22nd, 2018

I have been thinking about the Petrojam affair (after a while, one gets tired of the word “scandal”), which has taken several twists and turns. I hope that the Permanent Secretary in what is… Read more

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Thoughts on Bastille Day

July 15th, 2018

In Jamaica, many parties and evening receptions are held outside, with stark shadows and artificial lighting. The annual celebration of Bastille Day (or Quatorze Juillet) on July 14 at the French Embassy is no… Read more

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