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NSWMA moves to combat illegal dumping
The NSWMA says the major challenge is that residents continue to create dump sites even after they have been cleared by crews from the Metropolitan Parks and Markets

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Today's Issue Published: Saturday | November 1, 2014
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Flexi-rape fury
TWO WEEKS after labelling a fellow senator an idiot, senior Cabinet Minister A.J. Nicholson has drawn the ire of at least one women's watch group for his flippant 'flexi-rape' comment in the Senate yesterday.

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Gospel Outreach takes mission to the community
SANTA CRUZ, St Elizabeth:LITTLE DID Kevin Warren and then Kedisha Samuels (now Warren) know that meeting on the telephone for Bible study on a Friday night would turn into an islandwide outreach ministry of Seventh-day Adventist youth witnessing and reaching out to those in need.

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Legend laid to rest
Members of the horseracing fraternity paid glowing tributes to the life and work of the late Hall of Fame jockey and trainer, Kenneth 'Kiddie' Mattis OD, at a memorial service yesterday at the Stella Maris Roman Catholic Church, Shortwood Road.

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EDITORIAL - The perks of politics
Junior Minister for Foreign Affairs Arnaldo Brown has been talking and talking. In contrast, his senior, Minister A.J. Nicholson, has not been talking much over the last 12 months.

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LETTER OF THE DAY -Time to revamp customer service in Jamaica
THE EDITOR, Sir: After sojourning overseas for a number of months, I grew accustomed to first-class customer service.

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Show them the love now
I have seen this cycle before - the death of a noted performer, the outpouring of emotion, the increased level of airplay, the many newspaper articles, the recollection of moments in his life.

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Doctor's ADVICE: Can a female rape a male?
Q. Doc, is it possible for a female to rape a male?

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Western Focus

Hip Strip struggles for survival
WESTERN BUREAU:Once considered a bastion for business and entertainment in the Second City, Montego Bay's 'Hip Strip' is today a mere remnant of its former glory days, according to some stakeholders who say they are concerned about its future viability.

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