Sterile Mosquitoes On the Way, LNG Power, Questions About Conch: Jamaica on Saturday, May 7, 2016

It’s hard to believe that the month of May has begun and is well under way. In just a few weeks, the dreaded hurricane season will be here. For the last two years Jamaica has been fortunate – untouched by storms. How long will our luck hold out, I wonder? Thanks, Mr. Mosquito! The aedes aegypti … More Sterile Mosquitoes On the Way, LNG Power, Questions About Conch: Jamaica on Saturday, May 7, 2016

Thinking Green, Justice Delayed, and A Princely Visit: Jamaica on Monday, April 25, 2016

The weather has been persistently grey, humid and cloudy. Yesterday, our gardener had some actual grass to cut, although our “lawn” remains very thin and will likely never recover. I hear La Niña is arriving. She sounds like a better deal than the male equivalent, but I’d like to know more about how she might … More Thinking Green, Justice Delayed, and A Princely Visit: Jamaica on Monday, April 25, 2016

SMH! The Panty Tree, Half-Senators and Saying Goodbye: Monday, February 16, 2015

The past few days have been “smh” days. As you probably know, dear readers, “smh” means “shake my head” in social media parlance. The accompanying emoticons might vary from that baffled one with mouth open to the one with tears flowing copiously. This would apply to both local and overseas news. #SpeakUpUWI: There has been growing … More SMH! The Panty Tree, Half-Senators and Saying Goodbye: Monday, February 16, 2015

Advice of the Attorney General on Issue of Opposition Senators

In yesterday’s post, I discussed the quandary that Leader of the Opposition Andrew Holness finds himself in following the judgment of the Constitutional Court last Friday. This afternoon, Attorney General Patrick Atkinson, Q.C. gave his advice and opinion on the matter. This is the press release he issued via the Office of the Prime Minister. … More Advice of the Attorney General on Issue of Opposition Senators