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Michael Abrahams | The cruelty of Kingdom Hall
I must confess that I have ambivalent feelings toward Jehovah’s Witnesses. As members of a denomination, I have found them to be the most pleasant and friendly and I feel deep affection for all that I know....

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Today's Issue Published: Monday, June 25, 2018
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Punishing pastors - Anglican bishop calls for PM's intervention after RGD institutes charge to register clergy as marriage officers

Several pastors across the island could surrender their marriage officer's licences in protest of a decision by the Registrar General's Department (RGD) to charge them $10,000 to register, plus an annual registration fee.The pastors are also upset...

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News

Football Fever | With luck, Kane roars loudest for Three Lions

RUSSIA (AP):Harry Kane now has a permanent souvenir from the World Cup.The England striker grabbed the game ball and kept it in his grasp after scoring a hat-trick in his team's 6-1 win over Panama yesterday.Those goals - two penalties and a lucky...

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Sports

Brilliant Taylor - Calabar standout smashes national 400m junior record

Schoolboy Christopher Taylor upstaged his more senior athletes by taking home the Men's 400m title in 44.86 seconds, on the final day of the JAAA Supreme Ventures Limited National Junior and Senior Championships at the National Stadium yesterday....

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Entertainment

GATFFEST Awards: folklore and sci-fi take top spots

The mission of the GATFFEST Film Festival is to produce content that has the potential to galvanise underdeveloped communities and encourage disenfranchised youth to action. This year's submissions produced just that and then some - with genres...

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Commentary

Editorial | Hylton right about CARICOM's dispute settlement arrangements
Anthony Hylton, the opposition spokesman on physical planning, is one of the very few active politicians, among many who rail against the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), with an appreciation of how the institutions of CARICOM function and how they...

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Letters

Letter of the Day | Don't appeal to hypocrisy in Petrojam probe
THE EDITOR, Sir:If we start out on the premise that true justice is not dichotomous or variegated, then we may arrive at a fair and impartial conclusion from the investigation into these egregious allegations bedevilling Petrojam.The general...

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Social

Something Extra | Monday

Campari Week started last Wednesday with signature Campari mixes, bold Italian flavours and of course a host of eager patrons at Skydweller Ultra Lounge in Kingston. We bring you Extra memories of Italy.

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Flair

Amour grandeur with the Gorskis

You can't get more amour grandeur than saying 'I do' in a castle. And couple, Jamaican Danielle Edmond and Gerard Gorski, a Polish national, did just that when they were joined in holy matrimony at Trident Castle in Portland.The two lovebirds first...

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