In Pursuit of Good Local Governance: Guest Blog Post by Wayne Campbell


Local Government elections will take place in Jamaica on Monday, November 28. And by the way, the first of two televised debates will take place this evening. Last week, I attended two excellent workshops for media conducted by the Electoral Office of Jamaica, in which I learned a great deal of background on our electoral … More In Pursuit of Good Local Governance: Guest Blog Post by Wayne Campbell

23 Jamaicans Selected as Chevening Scholars: Congrats to All!


Last year, I had the pleasure of meeting the Jamaicans who had been selected for Chevening Scholarships in the UK. It was great getting to know them, and I am sure they benefited greatly from their year of study. This year, even more Jamaicans (and one Bahamian) are going off to the UK shortly. Please find … More 23 Jamaicans Selected as Chevening Scholars: Congrats to All!

Heading for Rio? Here’s Important Advice for Jamaicans


The Olympics are coming up fast. Excitement is building for the track events, especially among Jamaicans. We have a formidable team heading down south to the beautiful city of Rio de Janeiro. As with all travels, you need to be prepared. If you are going to Rio, please take note of the following guidelines and information … More Heading for Rio? Here’s Important Advice for Jamaicans

Life in the Gulag


This week there has been much activity around the house. We are repainting the outside, and it looks so pretty. I just fold my hands and gaze at the perfect paint job. And we’re not even done yet. On the other hand, our dogs were very annoyed and irritable three mornings ago. Some men were … More Life in the Gulag