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Come Together with CAMPARI
Specially invited guests were bursting with anticipation when they turned out for the 'mysterious' Campari event, held on the east lawns of Devon House, St Andrew, on Wednesday, which turned out to be the fabulous launch of the brand's Come Together...

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Today's Issue Published: Friday, November 24, 2017
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MoBay still open for business - Holness praises resilience of residents following devastating floods

WESTERN BUREAU:While disheartened by the widespread devastation caused by the three and a half inches of rainfall, which battered Montego Bay, St James, for just over four hours on Wednesday, Prime Minister Andrew Holness yesterday declared that the...

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Stanberry calls on Jamaicans to eat local foods

Jamaicans are again being encouraged to consume more locally grown crops, in the effort to reduce the country's food import bill and minimise the likelihood of lifestyle illnesses associated with non-communicable diseases.The call came from...

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Water war! ... Battle for ASAJ's top post gets hot

The battle for the presidency of the Amateur Swimming Association of Jamaica (ASAJ) is getting very hot.Former boss Martin Lyn has come out swinging and says he is back to save the sport and that he will be challenging current president, Handel...

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Guardian Jamaica energised by NCB • Pursuing real estate, individual health as new frontiers

Guardian Jamaica energised by NCBPursuing real estate, individual health as new frontiersHuntley MedleySenior Business WriterGuardian Life Limited, the second-largest insurance outfit in Jamaica, reckons it is doing well in a competitive market...

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5 Questions with Devin Di Dakta

From Anthony 'Devin Di Dakta' Clarke's initiation into the entertainment industry following his win of the 2012 Tastee Talent Trail at 16 years old, the young recording artiste has not pressed the brakes. Devin went full speed ahead to win the...

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Editorial | Seek more than EPA Light
Some of the uncertainties surrounding trade relations between the Caribbean and post-Brexit Britain have been eased, but Jamaica and her regional partners must not be lured into complacency by which the United Kingdom's (UK) assurance that it will...

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Letter of the Day | Make a clean, safer Jamaica your legacy, Holness
Make a clean, safer Jamaica your legacy, HolnessThe Editor, Sir:I watched the all-too-familiar scenes of catastrophic flooding on my Twitter timeline and on the television evening news. The streets of Montego Bay became raging torrents of black...

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Something Extra | Friday

Kingston City was abuzz with activities over the weekend. In the day, Scotiabank invited some of its special customers to get up close and personal with the latest Porsche model for a Boutique Brunch at the ultra-chic Porsche showroom in New Kingston...

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