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Water crisis grips St Catherine South Eastern
In a scathing critique of the National Water Commission (NWC), Robert Miller, member of parliament for St Catherine South Eastern, has lambasted the commission for the ongoing water crisis plaguing communities, such as Waterford, Cumberland,...

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Today's Issue Published: Friday, December 8, 2023
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Security personnel at KingAlarm responded to three separate triggers at investment firm Stocks...

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Holness discusses regional security, economy on US working visit

WASHINGTON, DC: Prime Minister Andrew Holness, who is on a working visit to Washington, on Tuesday held high-level talks with US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on several matters affecting the region ranging from crime to climate change....

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Mona, Hydel hunt first Manning Cup title

Two schools seeking their first title will contest todays ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup final at the National Stadium. Kick-off is set for 6 p.m. Mona High, coached by Craig Butler, will be playing in their first final while the Devon Anderson-coached...

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Mother's transforming to food company

Hiring ads for fast-food company Mothers have been popping up recently on multiple channels. Managing Director Sheldon Seymour says it is part of a non-stop expansion push that began with the change in ownership in May 2023. Mothers refurbished...

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Five Questions with ... Qyor

Though once known as the soulful Chevaughn, Qyor is shedding his child-star skin while maintaining just that flavour that had Jamaicans falling in love with his melodic perspectives. Catching the eye of reggae legends like Tony Rebel and Jimmy...

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Editorial | Chief Justice should expand on DNA remarks

More often than not, this newspaper agrees with Chief Justice Bryan Sykes observations on things to be done to enhance the quality of justice for all Jamaicans. He is usually on the right track. Which is why we look forward to a fuller and...

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Letter of the Day | Popularity contest will not help win general election
THE EDITOR, Madam: Mark Golding has shown that if you unite and build your party you dont need popularity to win. The next general election will be decided by the party and personalities. In the 2020 general election it was clear that Andrew...

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Fashion meets food at Grandeur

Prepared for a night filled with culinary splendour, Grandeur offered a surprising combination of fashion and food. Spearheaded by international designer Nigel Ramsay, the fashion segment of the event showcased over a dozen looks from an upcoming...

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Sister of Fidel Castro dies at 90

MIAMI (AP): Juanita Castro, the sister of Cuban rulers Fidel and Raúl Castro who worked with the CIA against their communist government, has died in Miami at 90. Florida had been her home since shortly after fleeing the island nearly 60 years ago....

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