“Argument Dunn,” Goodbye to GSAT and King Evil’s Demise: Jamaica, November 5, 2017


It’s been a rainswept, slightly upside-down week or two, since I last wrote. Christmas seems a stone’s throw away, and in the short intervals between rain showers it has been rather pleasant. But oh, the dramas on our dramatic little island continue… Agriculture: I wish our Agriculture Minister wasn’t so full of bluster. Now he has … More “Argument Dunn,” Goodbye to GSAT and King Evil’s Demise: Jamaica, November 5, 2017

JET Welcomes Decision to Use LNG for Nain Aluminium Refinery Power Plant


Breathing a huge sigh of relief over this announcement yesterday! The possibility of a coal-powered plant that Mining Minister Mike Henry announced would be built at the aluminium plant in Nain, St. Elizabeth has been hanging over our heads for over a year now. A coal power plant would have been a nightmare for Jamaica’s air quality … More JET Welcomes Decision to Use LNG for Nain Aluminium Refinery Power Plant

Taking a Peek


This week’s Weekly Photo Challenge is “Peek” – and rather than my camera taking a peek, some of these photos are of my camera catching people taking a peek!  Does that make sense?

Deliberations Advanced On Cockpit Country, Says Prime Minister Holness


Here is an update from the Office of the Prime Minister, dated November 1. It is online here. Prime Minister Andrew Holness in response to the Jamaica House Petition on the Cockpit Country is advising that The Cabinet of Jamaica continues to deliberate on matters concerning the area. He noted that in September, the Jamaica … More Deliberations Advanced On Cockpit Country, Says Prime Minister Holness

The Institute of Jamaica Research Symposium: Friday, November 3


I am very much looking forward to this. Especially, perhaps, the presentation by Ms. Eartha Cole of the Natural History Museum of Jamaica on environmental education… Here’s a note about this Symposium from the National Gallery of Jamaica. On Friday, November 3, 2017, the Researchers and Curators Committee of the Institute of Jamaica (IOJ) will … More The Institute of Jamaica Research Symposium: Friday, November 3