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Snacking the healthy way
Eating the right snacks is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Snacking boosts energy levels, as well as provides little delights throughout the day. By shopping smart, making mindful decisions, and being aware of ingredients, you can easily...

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Today's Issue Published: Wednesday, January 19, 2022
Lead Stories

‘Abuse of office'

Sanctions have been recommended against Rovel Morris, chief executive officer (CEO) of the St Ann Municipal Corporation, for the accounting officers role in a corruption scandal that enmeshed then Mayor Michael Belnavis and which involved the...

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Germany gifts supplies for COVID-19 fight

Jamaicas COVID-19 response has been bolstered with the donation of medical equipment and supplies from Germany valued at $43.8 million. Among the items handed over to the Ministry of Health and Wellness on Tuesday were 500,000 surgical masks, 300...

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John Barnes must apply – JFF

CHAIRMAN OF the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) technical committee, Rudolph Speid, said former Liverpool legend John Barnes should apply for the job if he is interested in coaching the Reggae Boyz in the future. In a recent interview, the former...

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NFE cancels plan to sell Jamalco power plant

Natural gas supplier New Fortress Energy Inc, NFE, has changed direction on financing around its power plant at the Jamalco complex, but the reason for the switch, which comes seven months after the fundraising plan was first announced, is still...

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Shenseea collaborates with Megan Thee Stallion on new single

Hotties and ShenYengz are on tenterhooks following the announcement that Shenseea and Megan Thee Stallion have collaborated on a new song. The single — Lick — will be released this Friday. "Get ready! We gonna go crazy this Friday!" posted...

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Editorial | PM must explain Bengal contortion
THE DEVIL, as this newspaper is wont to remind, is usually in the details. That is why, last May, we warned against any popping of the champagne on Robert Montagues news that the company that wants to mine limestone in the ecologically sensitive...

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Letter of the Day | Frustration all around
THE EDITOR, Madam: It is frustration time all around right now. Its not only Prime Minister Andrew Holness and Deputy Commissioner of Police Fitz Bailey and Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica Keith Duncan who are feeling it and whose tears and...

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Health enthusiasts set health and fitness resolutions for 2022

The start of the new year is already here, but it isnt too late to set plans in place for a nourished mind and a banging body by the end of 2022. We asked a few fitness enthusiasts about their health and fitness resolutions this year. Here is what...

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How to detect, manage type 2 diabetes

Have you been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, or have you been living with the disease for a while? Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes, and means that your body does not use insulin properly. People with type 2 diabetes are said to...

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2,000 animals to be killed after hamsters get COVID-19

HONG KONG (AP): Hong Kong authorities said Tuesday that they will kill about 2,000 small animals, including hamsters, after several tested positive for the coronavirus at a pet store where an employee was also infected. The city will also stop the...

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