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JFF has high expectations for Caribbean Cup
JAMAICA FOOTBALL Federation (JFF) president Michael Ricketts is optimistic that a trio of Jamaica Premier League (JPL) teams readying for the 2024 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Shield and CONCACAF Caribbean Cup will do well. Cavalier, Mount...

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Today's Issue Published: Friday, July 19, 2024
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Jamaica continues to lose its professionals to Canada, with the largest number of migrants to the North American country in 2023 belonging to the “professionals, senior officials and technician” category. Of the 4,340 Jamaicans granted permanent...

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Bailey slams IC over robbery investigation claims

Deputy Commissioner of Police Fitz Bailey has chastised the Integrity Commission, urging it to correct and apologise for a section in its annual report which accused the police of showing scant regard for the investigation of a robbery involving...

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Levell to test mettle against rising star Knighton

OLYMPICS-BOUND BRYAN Levell will test his mettle in the 200 metres against no less an opponent than United States rising star Erriyon Knighton, at the Holloway Pro Classic in Gainesville, Florida today. Levell, who became national champion with his...

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Chris Williams to retire as Proven CEO next January

In just over six months, Christopher Williams will exit the stage as operational head of Proven and head into retirement, with no word yet as to who his successor is likely to be. In the past 14 years, Williams has helmed one of Jamaicas most...

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Notorious International ecstatic over surprise victory

WESTERN BUREAU: Dynamq, the loveable South Sudan native who has been using reggae music to bury his past, which saw him fleeing his war-torn homeland to face the harsh realities of life in a refugee camp in Kenya, turned up at Wednesday nights...

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Editorial | Choosing judges
There is no doubt, as this newspaper previously asserted, that Marva McDonald Bishop is an excellent jurist. She is likely to acquit herself well as president of Jamaicas Court of Appeal, a job to which she was sworn in yesterday, succeeding...

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Letter of the Day | Consider Haitians as viable force for disaster relief
THE EDITOR, Madam: I apologise for my recent absence from these pages. This was due to the aftermath of Hurricane Beryl; for nine days, weve been without power, and for 10 days, weve had no internet, Digicel, or Flow signal worth speaking of up...

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Something Extra | Friday

Proving that lightning can strike the same place twice, Tribe Nine Studios launched their latest collection on Wednesday night to rave reviews. Inspired by his earliest memory at the last school he attended in Jamaica, founder and creative director...

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World News

19 more die in day of raging violence

DHAKA (AP): Police and government supporters clashed Thursday with student activists trying to shut down transportation across Bangladesh as part of dayslong protests over the allocation of government jobs, and media reports said 19 people died in...

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