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FIFA frees the funds - Wint promises more efficient JFF spending after restrictions lifted on development endowment
General Secretary Dalton Wint describes the recent decision by FIFAs Audit and Compliance Committee to lift temporary restrictions on development funding to the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) as “absolutely good news”. Wint says the decision...

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Today's Issue Published: Monday, September 21, 2020
Lead Stories

NO FACE TO FACE - Principals reject Oct 5 in-person classes

School administrators are opposed to face-to-face classes come October 5 even as the education ministry is contemplating whether some institutions could have normal operations amid a deadly wave of COVID-19. The Fayval Williams-led ministry said...

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News

New JHTA president proposes COVID-19 ambassadors in local communities

WESTERN BUREAU: Working in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Wellness (MOHW), new Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA) president, Clifton Reader, is proposing his organisation acts as COVID-19 ambassadors in local communities....

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Sports

FIFA frees the funds - Wint promises more efficient JFF spending after restrictions lifted on development endowment

General Secretary Dalton Wint describes the recent decision by FIFAs Audit and Compliance Committee to lift temporary restrictions on development funding to the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) as “absolutely good news”. Wint says the decision...

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Entertainment

Cardi B offsets gender-bias discussions

Less than a week ago, American rapper Cardi B filed for a divorce from her husband, Migos rapper Offset. The couple had been on again, off again, then back on again since secretly tying the knot in 2017. Cheating came into play along the way on...

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Commentary

Editorial | The late Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an example for women everywhere
The contribution of the late United States (US) Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to the upliftment of women globally, including here in Jamaica, must never be underestimated, much less forgotten. From very humble beginnings, Ginsburg, who...

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Letters

Letter of the Day | Jamaicans need to be taught to appreciate our culture

THE EDITOR, Madam: With the passing of Frederick ‘Toots Hibbert, it is becoming clearer to me that the future of reggae music, as we know it, is in trouble. Reggae lovers worldwide have been shaken by the news, and for more reasons than one. An...

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World News

Born to prevent war - UN at 75 faces deeply polarised world

UNITED NATIONS (AP): Born out of World War IIs devastation to save succeeding generations from the scourge of conflict, the United Nations (UN) officially marks its 75th anniversary today at an inflection point in history, navigating a polarised...

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