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PSOJ explores bringing claim against T&T over fuel subsidy matter
The President of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) is looking to bring a claim against Trinidad and Tobago for giving fuel subsidies to Trinidadian manufacturers, which the PSOJ says put Jamaican producers at a disadvantage. PSOJ...

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Today's Issue Published: Saturday, April 30, 2016
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Undaunted - JCF vows to hunt down cop killers
It was a serene Friday morning at the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) headquarters on Old Hope Road, Kingston, as law enforcers held back their emotions at the monthly prayer meeting, where they also paid homage to their colleagues, slain, injured...

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Wanted: More men in church
Attend any church across Jamaica and there is one familiar sight that will greet you - women who always outnumber men in these services. In spite of the many outreach tried by some pastors, the paltry numbers of men gracing the churches tell its own...

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Brilliant Edwin Allen! - Two three-peats for Clarendon-based girls
PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania:Edwin Allen High's girls were brilliant on yesterday's penultimate day of competition at the 122nd renewal of the Penn Relays in Philadelphia yesterday.The Clarendon-based school had two three-peats as they captured the...

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Prince Rules Billboard Charts This Week
The late legendary singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer and actor, Prince, has taken over the Billboard charts this week with several of his previously released albums/singles climbing atop his musical competitors.Prince, who...

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Editorial: A stench from Barnett Street
It is not unreasonable, until it is proven otherwise, to conclude that the people who run, and work at, the Barnett Street Police Station in Montego Bay are at best egregiously careless, or at worst, criminally negligent. Either way, they need to be...

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Letter of the Day: Community centres aren't tools of politics
THE EDITOR, Sir:I have serious concerns about an incident that happened in my community with our member of parliament for St Andrew East Rural, Juliet Holness, and team. I am a young community leader from...

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