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Three shot, one fatally, at wedding in Negril
A woman was shot and killed and two men injured after gunmen opened fire at patrons at a wedding  in Negril, Westmoreland, on Saturday evening. The dead woman is said to be the daughter-in-law of the bride and groom. It is reported...

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Today's Issue Published: Saturday, March 25, 2023
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Churchman killed in triple murder

When Devroy Peart reached home from his nine-to-five job at the University Hospital of the West Indies around 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, the father asked his two daughters who would wash the dishes before responding to an InDrive taxi charter. He got...

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GoodHeart | Riverton Meadows Early Childhood Centre closer to accreditation

The Riverton Meadows Early Childhood Centre has seen significant transformations since it began operating in 1976. From a wooden structure to a concrete building with students sitting on individual chairs, the institution has come a far way. Over...

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Rare Central Champs defeat has reinvigorated Edwin Allen

For 24 hours Edwin Allen High thought that they had secured another Central Championships girls crown. But a recount saw them lose their grip on a title that they have held for years. Hydel High were declared the new champions. But from that...

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QORIHC to honour ‘queens' on Sunday

On Sunday, March 26, 23 women from various categories of entertainment will be honoured at the Queens of Reggae Island Honorary Ceremony (QORIHC) and Ball at the Courtleigh Auditorium in New Kingston. Laurell Nurse, founder and chief organiser,...

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Editorial | Growling at the Integrity Commission

Jamaicans should be vigilant against an emerging political coalition at Gordon House to defang the Integrity Commission (IC), thus making it useless against marauding public officials. The first step in the ICs weakening, it seems, is a cross-...

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Letter of the Day | Treat everyone equally, irrespective of skin colour
THE EDITOR, Madam: Among Jamaican youth today, there are two obviously prevalent notions I would like to see disappear. First, that white people in Jamaica (native or foreign) are (or should ever be) treated as if they were the privileged...

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What a Lucky Bamboo: Pixie gift idea turns into business opportunity

They say sometimes the best things in life are unexpected. Tiffanie Branden-Hind never saw herself starting a plant and home decor business. But that all changed when she had a Christmas gift idea for her pixie back in 2019. “My pixie, Cheresse...

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