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Police Commissioner feeling no pressure to promote within JCF Audio

Police Commissioner George Quallo has declared that he feels no pressure from the political directorate in relation to promotions within the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF). National Security ...
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Goodbye to a legend - Death of RJRGLEANER chairman J.A. Lester Spaulding shocks media fraternity

Joseph Aloysius Lester Spaulding, the caring father and husband, the shrewd businessman, the mentor, and for those who knew him well, Lester, the fisherman.Spaulding, 76, the chairman of the RJRGLEANER Communications Group, died at...
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Leaders react to death of J.A. Lester Spaulding

News about the passing of J.A. Lester Spaulding, the late chairman of the RJRGLEANER Communications Group, has triggered immediate reactions from political leaders, including Prime Minister Andrew Holness and Opposition Leader Peter Phillips....
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Hospitality Jamaica

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Tantalising experience at RJRGLEANER Pop-Up Cafe

The RJRGLEANER Communications Group Pop Up Cafe delivered to foodies a tantalising experience of delicious foods, fun activities, and prizes and surprises in its fourth staging on Thursday at Lyndhurst Road. People from all walks of life came out to...
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Long-distance relationships and the impact on children

And when we are apart remember it is not the end You know enough to know we'll meet again I'll be waiting by the gate standing just inside Until I know you've made it home all right Until I know you've made it home all right- Red Robin by Clarke...
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Bruce unsure about outlawing heading

Consultant neurosurgeon at the University of the West Indies Dr Carl Bruce, has said that there is not yet enough data available on Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) to make significant rule changes in local football regarding heading the ball....
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JC confident ahead of rematch

Reigning ISSA/Flow Manning Cup champions Jamaica College (JC) will be aiming for their second consecutive victory over rivals Kingston College (KC) when both teams meet in today's eagerly anticipated semi-final of the ISSA/Flow Super Cup competition...
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Labour ministry to launch job matching app

Jamaica's labour ministry says it will roll out a mobile app by next March to make it easier to match job-seekers with employment opportunities posted on its electronic labour...
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BUSINESS EVENTS & PARTIES

NOVEMBER 20 Jamaica Chamber of Commerce annual general meeting, at Knutsford Court Hotel, 16 Chelsea Avenue, New Kingston, 10:30 a.m. nordia.henry@jamaicachamber.org.jm   NOVEMBER 21 Ja...
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Architecture informs DaCosta's designs

JohnEli DaCosta started off his creative career as an architecture student at the Caribbean School of Architecture, University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech). Affirming the fears of parents the world over, DaCosta's interests shifted into a lesser...
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Chart Watch - iTunes | Big names on DJ Grid Project

It takes going through the top 10 (headed by the Legend pair of Remastered and Deluxe albums by Bob Marley and the Wailers) and some way into the second double handful of the iTunes Reggae Albums listing to get to a new release. It is, however,...
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Editorial | Of Customs and counterfeits

The dangers of counterfeit goods may not be immediately understood by persons who find it hard to resist a bargain, but we urge persons to heed the warning of Jamaica Customs about the potential risks faced by using such illegal products....
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Jaevion Nelson | NIDS - when push come to shove

The National Identification and Registration Act, which was recently passed in the Lower House of Parliament and later in the Upper House (i.e., the Senate) after a marathon sitting, has generated quite a bit of public...
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Letter of the Day | I don't trust NIDS foolishness!

THE EDITOR, Sir:For the almost three million people Jamaica has, many have neither a birth certificate nor a passport. How in the world will this National Identification System foolishness be achieved when many...
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Letter of the Day | We will not forget

THE EDITOR, Sir:The recent statement by Lord Tariq Ahmad, British minister of state with responsibility for the Caribbean, Commonwealth and the United Nations, that "it would be better for Jamaica to look ahead and to maximise its potential through...
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Save the Children says 130 children die every day in Yemen

An international aid group says an estimated 130 children or more die every day in war-torn Yemen from extreme hunger and disease.Save the Children said late on Wednesday that a continuing blockade by the...
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Children quieted others as gunman attacked school

Teacher Jennifer Bauman threw herself against a classroom door that wouldn't lock right, terrified that the gunman shooting outside her small Northern California elementary school would barrel in and...
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