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World Cup | Thursday, June 21 Match Line-up
Here's the line-up of World Cup 2018 matches for Thursday, June 21, 2018.  

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Today's Issue Published: Thursday, June 21, 2018
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Jobs are coming - Employment hike predicted as JISCO invests billions to contruct industrial park in Nain

Some 20,000 jobs are expected to be generated in five years from the US$3-4 billion Jamaica-Gansu Industrial Park to be constructed in Nain, St Elizabeth, by the state-owned Chinese Jiuquan Iron...

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Earth Today | Jamaica gets approval for climate resilience work in Annotto Bay

Jamaica has got a second shot at helping to build the climate resilience of coastal communities under component one of its Adaptation Fund project, dubbed 'Enhancing the Resilience of the Agricultural Sector and Coastal Areas to Protect Livelihoods...

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Crown him? - Ronaldo shines again

MOSCOW (AP):Day 7 of the 2018 World Cup brought some clarity into the group standings, and Cristiano Ronaldo seized another opportunity to shine.It was also a day when all three matches ended 1-0 - only the third time in World Cup history with three...

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May defeats Brexit rebels

The British government won a key vote in Parliament on its flagship Brexit legislation Wednesday but remains locked in a tussle with lawmakers over the direction of the country's departure from the European Union.The House of Commons rejected by a...

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Classics in June 2018 and packed with talent

Usually a delightful event, the annual fundraising concert organised by the Kingston chapter of Soroptimist International was packed with extra talent this year. There were no fewer than 10 musicians (singers and instrumentalists) in the three-hour-...

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Editorial | Getting to the dollar cost of corruption
The allegations of cronyism and other governance failures at Petrojam have caused public attention to be focused on what is a perennial matter of concern for Jamaicans - corruption, or the perception thereof. Eight of 10 Jamaicans believe that their...

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Letter of the Day | Isn't it time for a hospital in Portmore?
THE EDITOR, Sir:The community of Portmore in St Catherine has all the elements of a thriving town worthy of city status. Business is booming, and development occurs at a rapid pace. It is not unusual to leave the area and come back some months later...

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Something Extra | Thursday

It is often said that daughters are usually closest to their fathers, and so it was not surprising to see how dads and their daughters interacted and danced the night away at the recently staged, 'Daddy Daughter Dance', held at the Millbrook Resort...

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Backyard barbecue made simple

Nothing says summer more than a backyard barbecue, and Chef Noel Cunningham shared a few tips and recipes to keep us on track for this appetising season.First, he advises hosts and hostesses to plan ahead so that they can get the easy things like...

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