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Child Development officer dies after vehicle found overturned
CeceliaCampbell-Livingston, Gleaner Writer A child development officer at the Summerfield Girl's Home in Clarendon died yesterday after her motor vehicle was found overturned in bushes in the parish.She has been identified as 30-year-old Kimberly...

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Today's Issue Published: Saturday, April 21, 2018
Lead Stories

Lazy people! - Canadian politician apologises after labelling Jamaicans as unproductive weedheads

Faced with a social media backlash, Canadian Legislative Assembly member Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin, has backtracked on claims that Jamaicans are lazy and underproductive because of their excessive use of ganja.Smith-McCrossin, a member of the Legislative

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News

Eutelsat partners with Caribbean Broadcasting Union

Eutelsat, one of the leading satellite companies for TV broadcasting, has launched a collaboration with the Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU).Together, the CBU and Eutelsat will promote TV broadcasting in the Caribbean region as satellites are a...

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Sports

'Sunshine Girls on par with main rivals'

Veteran netball coaches, Winston Nevers and Sylvester Campbell, are happy that the Sunshine Girls won the bronze medal at this year's Commonwealth Games on Australia's Gold Coast but both feel that Jamaica could have pocketed gold with a lot more...

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Entertainment

Honest music - NIA supports 'I Am Integrity' album

The name of the album in its entirety - I Am Integrity - and the beat to which a number of vocalists mate their voices - the Integrity Riddim - make the intention of the recently released project clear. Along with the Big Woman Tingz album, I Am...

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Commentary

Editorial | Action on court delays
Words uttered by Chief Justice Bryan Sykes suggest the promising emergence of a transformative shift in the way business will be conducted in the nation's courts.If Mr Sykes has his way, inordinate delays in getting cases to trial and delivering...

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Letters

Letter of the Day | Water security Jamaica's No. 1 priority
THE EDITOR, Sir:There are several priorities for the survival, growth and development of our beloved country, Jamaica. My opinion is that water security is priority No. 1.According to the World Bank, approximately 1.6 billion people live in...

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