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Hundreds of thousands of Jamaicans accessing affordable healthcare
Hundreds of thousands of Jamaicans are benefiting from affordable, safe, and effective medicines and health products as the Government continues to increase access to quality healthcare. Through the National Health Fund (NHF), patients in the...

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Today's Issue Published: Thursday, November 30, 2023
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THERE HAS been a 22-year delay in drafting “critical” regulations to support the National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) Act, resulting in a failure in policy to mandate garbage separation. Added to that, Jamaicas ban on single-use...

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Several men listed as wanted by West Kingston police

Several people have been listed as wanted by the Kingston Western police. The following individuals are being asked to report to the Denham Town Criminal Investigations Branch before 6 p.m. on Saturday, December 2. They are: · Collin...

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McGrath, Frome to contest Ben Francis final

MCGRATH HIGH School created history, marching into the finals of the ISSA/WATA Ben Francis Knockout Cup for the first time through a 2-1 victory over six-time champions St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) at Manchester High School yesterday...

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OECD: World economy will slow next year due to inflation, high rates and war

The global economy, which has proved surprisingly resilient this year, is expected to falter next year under the strain of wars, still-elevated inflation and continued high interest rates. The Paris-based Organisation for Economic Cooperation and...

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Tanya Stephens celebrates her ‘out-ness' with Sting 40

Continuing her whirlwind year of local stages, Tanya Stephens is returning to the Sting stage after her 18-year hiatus. With only the highest praise for the show, Stephens told The Gleaner at the launch of the event on Tuesday, that her favourite...

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Editorial | While Haiti's elite twiddle

This weeks United Nations report on the expansion of gang violence to Haitis rural communities also draws attention to the failure at compromise by the countrys contending political elite, and of how their negligence could further exacerbate...

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Letter of the Day | After Youth Parliament speech, what's next?
THE EDITOR, Madam: The prime minister has beckoned the engagement of young, brilliant minds to shape policies and steer ministries towards a progressive path of growth and development, a striking tale. The heartbeat of youth empowerment resonates...

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Something Extra | Thursday

The Kingston Curry Festival aspired to offer an exciting culinary experience, and the team not only fulfilled that expectation but exceeded it at this years weekend showcase. Families and friends adorned their Sunday best to indulge in the...

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YO partners with eateries for ‘Dine & Vibe' restaurant tour

Once I heard the words ‘YO Dine and Vibe, I was immediately intrigued by the hope of a delectably divine experience. Nothing, however, could have prepared me for the artistry, creativity, and eruption of flavours evident in these dishes. The YO...

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World News

Why it took 17 days for rescuers to get to workers trapped in mountain tunnel

New Delhi (AP): The rescue mission was expected to last only a few days. Instead, it took 17 days to reach 41 construction workers who were trapped when a landslide collapsed a mountain tunnel in northern India earlier this month. The excruciating...

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