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16-year-old St Andrew mother and seven-month-old daughter missing
The police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a teen mother and her seven-month-old daughter both of whom have been reported missing since yesterday. They have been identified as 16-year-old Natasha Chambers and her daughter...

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Today's Issue Published: Saturday, April 18, 2015
Lead Stories

Golding: I told Ellington
AN ATTORNEY for retired Police Commissioner Owen Ellington has revealed that former Prime Minister Bruce Golding has acknowledged that he was the government minister who told the former police chief about communications between Chri-stopher 'Dudus...

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News

Kingston College Marches for 90th Anniversary
April 16, 1925 marks the founding of Kingston College (KC), and 90 years to that date students at the all-boys institution lined the length of North Street for a historic march to the site where the school was first established.The sea of khaki...

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Sports

Holder stars as WI earn draw
NORTH SOUND, Antigua (AP):An unbeaten 103 by Jason Holder helped West Indies salvage a nail-biting draw against England in the first Test yesterday, spoiling James Anderson's celebrations after becoming his country's record wicket-takerHolder had...

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Entertainment

Towards a formal music business
As promised last week, today we look at some reasons why what passes for the Jamaican music industry should move towards a more formal structure. While the topic is always relevant - and always thorny - this time around, it is prompted by a State of...

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Commentary

Editorial: Career planning is critical
The revelation that there is high demand in the marketplace for graduates of the Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI) and the Edna Manley College of Visual and Performing Arts is an indication of the role creative-mindedness and innovation are playing...

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Letters

Letter of the Day: You can fight ganja ticket in the courts
THE EDITOR, Sir:Mr Owen S. Crosbie, attorney-at-law, in his letter published in The Gleaner of April 16, 2015, indicated his views on aspects of the Dangerous Drugs (Amendment) Act 2015 that came into force on...

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