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Spoiler Alert: Women To Avoid Marrying
In the dating world, boy meets girl, initiates intention and then courts, making everything official with his female counterpart, before they both whisk off to living happily ever after. Some say a lot has changed since then while others are of the...

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Today's Issue Published: Monday, March 30, 2015
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Guerrilla marketing - LIME furious over Digicel's advertising hijack at Champs
THE BATTLE for customers in Jamaica between telecommunications rivals Digicel and LIME is at its fiercest, with the latest tactic employed by the former being branded as guerrilla marketing.The accusation, which has made LIME's Vice-President of...

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PERB to clamp down on illegal engineers
The Professional Engineers Registration Board (PERB) will be taking strong action against persons who continue to provide engineering services without registering with the board.In an interview with The Gleaner, the chairman and other members of the...

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No luck for KC; C'bar almost ‘perfect' - Harrison
Kingston College (KC) track and field team's head coach, Neil Harrison, said Lady Luck neglected them and injuries cost them the Boys' Championships title this year.The North Street-based school finished with 265 points, 15.5 behind four-time back-...

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Bunji, Fay-Ann a hit at Mas Camp
The Bacchanal Carnival excitement hit a high at the New Mas Camp, National Stadium grounds, last Friday with Bunji Garlin and Fay-Ann Lyons (The Vikings) doing a tag-team performance.From as early as 10 p.m., patrons were filling up the venue, while...

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Editorial: Jennifer's chutzpah
Grudgingly, we admire Jennifer Edwards for her gall. Few people in her position would be brazen enough to have taken her former employers to court, attempting to cling to their job. They would, instead, be slinking away.Not Jennifer Edwards.For the...

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Letter of the day: Jamaica must live within its means
Jamaica must live within its meansTHE EDITOR, Sir:There is an ongoing wage debate between trade unions and the Government. I am very much aware of the struggles and crises facing the Jamaican people, but trade union representatives must be realistic...

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Something Extra - Monday
Wine enthusiast Jason Clarke made the Scotiabank and Select Brands-sponsored Wine Wednesdays at the Distill Bar, Marketplace, to celebrate his birthday. In fine style, the young lad, along with specially invited guests, drank to his heart's content...

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Lights… Camera… Fashion!
Hair, check ... nails, check ... eyebrows, on fleek ... The Ochi/Portland weekend is just around the corner, and with everyone wanting to standout for the relevant party series, it's time to lace up those toned curves and mesh in sheer trend.The...

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