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Cops freed of Tredegar Park double murder
Two policemen were today freed of the August 13, 2010 murder of two men in Tredegar Park, St Catherine after the prosecution indicated that it had no witnesses. Constable Kenneth Daley and Corporal David Hutchinson were on trial for the...

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Today's Issue Published: Tuesday, January 22, 2019
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Convict flight - Britain to deport dozens of J'cans on chartered plane

Authorities in the United Kingdom (UK) have signalled that they are ready to deport dozens of Jamaicans who were convicted there for a range of criminal offences. Jamaican officials revealed yesterday that the group of 50 is expected to arrive in...

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Growth & Jobs |

Anthony Drysdale, the 2018 winner of the JN Small Business Loans (JNSBL) Barber and Beauty Battle, is confident that the first cohort of 10 barbers who are preparing to graduate from his school in Scarborough, Tobago, will result in a new level of profes

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A ‘Special' appeal - Bolt urges more support for SOJ

Sprinting legend Usain Bolt is calling for greater support for Special Olympics Jamaica (SOJ), as they prepare to compete at the 2019 World Games in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Bolt, yesterday, through his Usain Bolt Foundation, donated $1...

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Bushman cries ... Organiser of Rebel Salute takes the blame

Tony Rebel, “There are artistes who come to me and say that they have out an album or a new song and they want to perform on the show, it doesn’t matter how early or how many minutes they get. As an artiste, I understand this, but I...

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Editorial | Foreign policy in the age of Trump and Xi
America’s dominance of the last century was cemented following the end of WWII in 1945. Europe was exhausted, Japan was on its knees, and USSR and its allies were contained. The United States was in the ascendency.  Its liberal values...

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Letter of the Day | The awakening of Dr Nigel Clarke

THE EDITOR, Sir:   According to the article in The Gleaner, the Jamaican Government is proposing to use the stock market to raise funds for infrastructure projects in a move to avoid increasing the national debt. The article indicates that Dr...

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Something Extra -

The excited Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited gathered at the Jamaica Conference Centre recently for the annual series of business meetings dubbed ‘Sagicor Blast Off’. The team focused on the theme, the ‘Next Level. The blue and green giant dominated

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World News

Crackdown continues with arrest of labour leader

Zimbabwe's government intensified its crackdown on dissent yesterday by charging the leader of the country's largest labour organisation with subversion, as the courts ruled that the shutdown of the Internet was illegal. Zimbabwe police...

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