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Steady Billboard Second For Stephen Marley
Collections of rockers have risen and fallen on Billboard's listing of top reggae full-length projects, but Stephen Marley's Revelation Part II: The Fruit of Life, has retained a steady position just below the peak from last week - just as it did on...

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Today's Issue Published: Saturday, October 22, 2016
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Guns barking in St. James again
Western Bureau:Gun violence erupted in several St James communities on Thursday night as armed thugs once again wreaked havoc, killing one man and injuring six other persons, as 2016 remains on course to becoming the bloodiest year in the history of...

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A good partner or ‘maama man'?

Push the door, I'm home at last and I'm soaking through andthroughthen you handed me a towel and all I see is youand even if my house falls down now, I wouldn't have a cluebecause you're near me andI want to thank you for giving me the best day of...

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Dinthill pay the penalty

Western Bureau:Bridgeport High secured a quarter-final spot in the 2016 edition of the FLOW Super Cup, but were made to fight hard to gain a 1-0 victory over Dinthill Technical at the Montego Bay Sports Complex yesterday.The lone goal of the game...

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Top Acts Deliver At Port Royal Seafood Festival

Headline acts Ninja Man, Admiral Bailey, I-Octane, Romain Virgo, and Kevin Downswell put the pirate's charm on patrons recently at the Grace Tropical Rhythms Port Royal Seafood Festival.They had the crowd singing gospel, dancing and singing to some...

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Editorial | Tackling scourge of styrofoam, plastic
First-time government senator Matthew Samuda has reopened a long-running national conversation on whether or not to ban plastic and styrofoam containers, which are the main culprits clogging waterways, sewers, streets and gullies, as well as the...

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Disgraceful medical treatment from CRH

Disgraceful medical treatment from CRHA few days ago, I visited Cornwall Regional Hospital's (CRH) Accident and Emergency Department, taking an uncle of mine for emergency treatment and had to wait for six hours before finally receiving medical...

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