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Editorial | Reset anti-corruption agenda
Prime Minister Andrew Holness obviously learned something from Petrojam and its related scandals. So, rather than allow the slow, damaging drip of tawdry and salacious information about nepotism and corruption that eventually brought down Andrew...

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Today's Issue Published: Thursday, March 21, 2019
Lead Stories

‘Clear picture of what happened' - Investigators launch sweeping probe of agencies under Reid

Police and financial investigators have in their possession documentary evidence detailing alleged improprieties committed by sacked Education Minister and Senator Ruel Reid, law-enforcement sources have revealed. “We have collected several...

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News

Earth Today | Public consultations coming for hazardous waste management policy

JAMAICA IS moving to put in place a policy that will help to create the necessary enabling environment for the proper management of hazardous waste. The move comes at a time when hazardous waste-generating sectors abound, from bauxite and alumina,...

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Sports

Looking ahead - Cameron confident of CWI return, plans course for future

Cricket West Indies (CWI) president, Dave Cameron is confident that he will be returned at the regional cricket authority’s annual general meeting (AGM) on Sunday, so much so, that he is already looking at ways to move the body forward in the...

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Business

May asks EU to delay Brexit until June 30

Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, says Britain should leave the European Union, EU, by the start of elections to the European Parliament on May 23 if the country is not taking part. That’s earlier than the request...

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Entertainment

An emotional connection to our history

Between 1738 and 1740, the Jamaican Maroons battled the British for their freedom. Centuries later, Dr Andrew Marshall, at the request of Steven Woodham, conductor of the Immaculate Conception High School (ICHS) Symphony Orchestra, composed a...

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Commentary

Editorial | Reset anti-corruption agenda
Prime Minister Andrew Holness obviously learned something from Petrojam and its related scandals. So, rather than allow the slow, damaging drip of tawdry and salacious information about nepotism and corruption that eventually brought down Andrew...

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Letters

Letter of the Day | Intellectuals in the Jamaican context
THE EDITOR, Sir: It is the intellectual, more than any other individual, who shapes the course of history and public policy. Despite the scientific nature of modern policymaking, ideas have a greater impact on determining policy than empirical...

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Social

Something Extra | Thursday

Class, fashion and a chic sense of style were all on display last Sunday, as many turned out to the Courtleigh Hotel and Suites, for The Deborah NOW Ministries, seventh anniversary awards banquet. While lifting praises to the Almighty One,...

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Food

An easy road for young Chef Jamie Lewis

Buju Banton’s ‘Long Walk to Freedom’ concert has gone down as one of the largest entertainment gatherings in Jamaica. Thousands of patrons from across the globe came to witness the icon’s homecoming performance last Saturday. Although most would..

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World News

President talks US investment with Trump's son-in-law

MEXICO CITY (AP): Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said yesterday that talks with White House senior adviser Jared Kushner have led to advances towards an agreement that would have the United States government guarantee some US$10...

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