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'Bibi' Gardner expected to resign from Harbour View FC
According to several reports, Harbour View head coach and Reggae Boyz legend, Ricardo 'bibi' Gardner, will today offer his resignation to the club, following a string of poor results. The Gleaner has been informed that the...

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Today's Issue Published: Monday, December 10, 2018
Lead Stories

Get the cash - Ashley urges Holness to name beneficiaries, recover millions improperly spent at Petrojam

Prime Minister Andrew Holness should publicly name all the individuals, entities, and consultants that collected millions of dollars "they were not entitled to" from the state-owned oil refinery Petrojam and use all legal and persuasive means to...

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News

Weed Ed | Ganja, human rights and Rastafari

On Wednesday, November 2, 2016, Bongo Beard, a Rastafarian, was travelling through the streets of Montego Bay. He was on his way to a Nyabinghi celebration to mark the anniversary of the coronation of Emperor Haile Selassie I and Empress Menen of...

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Sports

'We need to take our chances' - Harbour View look to transfer market to rescue woeful season

With his team scoring a measly 13 goals in their 15 Red Stripe Premier League matches to date, Harbour View coach Ricardo 'Bibi' Gardner is hoping to boost his goal-scoring ranks when the transfer window opens in January.This is after witnessing...

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Entertainment

Buju Banton - The return of the prodigal son

Scores of Jamaicans were eagerly awaiting Banton's arrival in the island as they camped out at the Norman Manley International Airport last Friday to welcome 'The Gargamel' home.Home. A foreign word for the Untold Stories singer, who has spent close...

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Commentary

Editorial | Mr Reid's jig
Ruel Reid, the education minister, tried for a fancy twirl in attempting to extricate himself from the mess he has woven in his obdurate and self-indulgent insistence on forging ahead with the new Primary Exit Profile (PEP) tests during the first...

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Letters

Letter of the Day | Lock up Petrojam pirates
THE EDITOR, Sir:I read the auditor general's report on Petrojam, and as a young Jamaican, I must confess that I felt an immense sense of hurt, anger, and betrayal.The revelations are shocking:n A birthday cake for $120,000.n Lavish personal parties...

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Social

Something Extra | Monday

The vibrant colours of the Caribbean were on show inside the Pegasus ballroom last Thursday at Trafalgar Travel's annual awards presentation and Christmas luncheon.Airline partners and agents from the regional islands and across Jamaica were...

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Flair

Adrianna strives with COJO

Unfortunate circumstances act as a catalyst that can undermine the natural sequence of life. When faced with dire situations, one is forced to become so uncomfortable that there is no other choice but to change. Whether an individual rises above...

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World News

China summons US envoy to protest detention of Huawei exec

BEIJING (AP):China summoned the US ambassador to Beijing on Sunday to protest the detention of an executive of Chinese electronics giant Huawei in Canada at Washington's behest and demanded Washington cancel an order for her arrest.The official...

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