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Something Extra | Saturday
On Thursday, while the rest of the island was engaged in their annual labours, Fontana Pharmacy brought together the staff from all seven of their stores to honour them for their dedicated service. The celebration took place at The Jamaica Pegasus...

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Today's Issue Published: Saturday, May 25, 2024
Lead Stories

NO STRINGS

Calling the removal of King Charles as Jamaicas head of state without leaving the jurisdiction of the Privy Council “ethically unsound”, the National Integrity Action (NIA) is the latest civil society body to press for the complete severing of...

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News

GoodHeart | Elletson Primary and Infant School gets spruced up on Labour Day

Following the mid-term break, approximately 145 students at Elletson Primary and Infant School, including those in the special education unit and the infant department, will find their school environment more comfortable. This positive change was...

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Sports

King looking to seal T20 series win

Regional cricket fans are bracing themselves for another exhilarating clash in the second T20 International between the West Indies and South Africa at the iconic Sabina Park. The match bowls off at 2 p.m. After a riveting opener that saw the...

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Entertainment

Dream Weekend makes first stop in 15th anniversary launch series

The Campari Dirty Crushh party recently played host as a Dream Weekend launch party in Negril. The Sandcastle Entertainment-produced event, which is now enjoying its fifth staging, has been enjoying a boost from the support of Campari and Dream...

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Commentary

Editorial | Privy Council's right move
We note the Privy Councils decision to abandon a proposed rule that would further narrow the access of Jamaicans to their final court. This action, on its face, appears to be an acceptance by the law lords, so-called, that the controversial Rule...

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Letters

Letter of the Day | One foot in and one foot out
THE EDITOR, Madam: There seems to be a widely held view that consensus is always good and right. I disagree. One just has to look to history for several examples where a general consensus in a society was decidedly neither good nor right; the...

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Lifestyle

Something Extra | Saturday

On Thursday, while the rest of the island was engaged in their annual labours, Fontana Pharmacy brought together the staff from all seven of their stores to honour them for their dedicated service. The celebration took place at The Jamaica Pegasus...

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World News

Court sentences two-time wife killer to jail
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): A man who killed his second common-law wife, seven months after he had been released from prison for killing the first, has been sentenced to 26 years in jail with the judge ordering that he be put on probation for...

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