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876 Terrace brings their Flavour to Portmore
The mouth-watering bliss of 876 Terrace makes its way, quick-service style, to the sunshine city of Portmore. Food got a flavourful peek of their culinary expansion.The bar and grill which has made a palatable name for itself at its home in...

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Today's Issue Published: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Lead Stories

Holness looks to Israel - PM says cooperating with other countries part of national security plan

Jamaica's Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, has signalled that his administration is open to establishing a framework for cooperation with Israel on national security issues such as cybersecurity.But amid reports of a rift between Jamaica and the...

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News

Earth Today | J'can youth eager for a place in climate change response

WITH THEIR fears running from water security to disease prevalence, natural disasters and wars, Jamaican youth want more of a say in the national discourse on climate change and a hand in the response efforts.Youth advocate Ayesha Constable said...

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Sports

Blake stands with IAAF's Athletes' Commission - WADA urged to reject move to reinstate Russian Anti-Doping Agency

Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) President Dr Warren Blake has declared his full support for a letter sent by the IAAF's Athletes Commission to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) denouncing a recommendation from the Compliance...

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Business

Venezuela doubles down on Chinese money to reverse crisis

Venezuelan President Nicol·s Maduro said Tuesday that new investments from China will help his country dramatically boost its oil production, doubling down on financing from the Asian nation to turn around its crashing economy.Already a major...

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Entertainment

'Hope River' - Floats Sasco's quality, values, principles

There is a certain standard and quality of music that reggae and dancehall lovers expect - rhythm-driven tracks matched with lyrics that either speak out against injustices or highlight the artiste's journey and success.Agent Sasco is not...

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Commentary

Editorial | The PNP after the vote
Over the longer term, it may not amount to much. But last week's vice-presidential elections appear to have altered the leadership dynamic within the People's National Party (PNP). The loser was Phillip Paulwell. He was elected as one of the party's...

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Letters

Letter of the Day | Try flexi-work to deal with traffic challenges
The editor, SirThe Human Resource Management Association of Jamaica (HRMAJ), following a survey of its members and people managers affiliated with the association, has found an increase in lateness from employees across various industries, since the...

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Social

Something Extra | Thursday

Jamaica Inn's fabulous 60th anniversary long service award, held in Ocho Rios on Sunday, saw guests looking quite fashionable, as they walked the red carpet before partaking in the celebrations. Here are the social highlights.

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Food

Seafood craze at Island Vibz

Island Vibz Seafood Sports Bar and Grill is cooking up a seafood craze in Manor Park Centre. The cool, calm, intimate bistro is owned by Akelia Currie, a skilful culinary artist. She told Food that her three-year-old homestyle restaurant is the...

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World News

EU, UK demand Brexit compromise over Irish border

SALZBURG (AP):The European Union and Britain clashed Wednesday over the biggest obstacle to concluding Brexit talks, with both sides urging the other to compromise just weeks before they must seal a deal.At a summit in Salzburg, Austria, EU Council...

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