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Something Extra | Saturday
On Thursday, the AC Hotel in St Andrew was the place to be as singer Romain Virgo launched his fourth studio album, The Gentle Man, in fine style. A VP Records project, the companys CEO, Chris Chin, flew in from New York for the Johnnie Walker...

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Today's Issue Published: Saturday, March 2, 2024
Lead Stories

NOT YET OVER

The Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ) completed its official count of ballots in the 2024 local government elections on Friday with both of the islands major political parties still claiming victory and several divisions seem headed to court for...

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News

‘She Likes Cars' Auto Tour drives excitement at Immaculate Conception High School

“Sir, your car is cool!” retorted an elated student at the Immaculate Conception High School (ICHS), after staring in awe at the transformation of the red Mustang that caught her eye. She, along with students at the institution, had a grand time...

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Sports

Blake sets sights on Paris after 60m bronze

GLASGOW, Scotland: Ackeem Blake sped to Jamaicas first medal of the 2024 World Indoor Athletics Championships after following American favourites Christian Coleman and Noah Lyles home in a hotly contested mens 60 metres final yesterday. The...

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Entertainment

Memorial service for Peetah Morgan on March 7 in Florida

The memorial service for Morgan Heritage lead singer, Peetah Morgan, will be held on March 7 in Orlando, Florida, at a venue to be announced, the family has confirmed. Details include that there will be a public viewing starting at 3 p.m.; the...

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Commentary

Editorial | Understanding solar energy
A timely reminder of how Jamaica ought to be using renewable energy to promote a more sustainable future comes from an unlikely place – the islands monopoly power distributor, the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS). Our attention was drawn to a...

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Letters

Letter of the Day | Spare a thought for families suffering in Gaza
THE EDITOR, Madam: As a widower living alone, a lot of time is spent in front of the television with my constant companion Chico the Hahns Macaw perched on my right shoulder. He never complains about the programmes we watch, nor suggests that we...

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Lifestyle

Something Extra | Saturday

On Thursday, the AC Hotel in St Andrew was the place to be as singer Romain Virgo launched his fourth studio album, The Gentle Man, in fine style. A VP Records project, the companys CEO, Chris Chin, flew in from New York for the Johnnie Walker...

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World News

Gunfire paralyses Haiti

PORT-AU-PRINCE (AP): Heavy gunfire paralysed Haitis capital Thursday, and at least four police officers were slain, as a powerful gang leader announced that he would try to capture the countrys police chief and government ministers. The move...

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