North America

  • My List Of Demands From China

    My deepest sympathy goes out to the family on the passing of the tireless and forthright Bev Lopez. I knew her from the D&G days, to her own Kingston Brewing, and the JMA and P.S.O.J. and admired her as friendly, determined, and a Jamaican woman who was not afraid...
  • There may be hope for horse racing, but…

    An article that appeared in the Sunday and Monday edition of the Gleaner has reignited discussion on the topic of the future of the racehorse industry in Jamaica. Ainsley Walters, a veteran racing journalist and host of his own radio programme on the local racing industry, in a two-part...
  • The three big Cs preventing a growth take-off

    T The three most-mentioned topics of concern for citizens, diaspora members, and well-wishers in the past few months have the same starting letter. They are crime, corruption, and choices. Both individually and collectively, they signal the root causes of our failure to take off on a path towards positive...
  • Cannabis in Independent Jamaica; a personal perspective 1962- 2015.

    I was born June 17th 1953, second son to David Coore, (Jamaican) and Rita (nee Innis, Trinidad) in Kingston Jamaica. My father was a barrister and a member of the People’s National Party (whose Leader Hon. Norman Manley was father of my father’s closest childhood friend,  Michael Manley, who would...