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CCJ debate to continue today
The Senate is to continue debating, three bills proposing the replacement of the Privy Council with the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as Jamaica's final court today. The 21-member Upper House of Parliament is scheduled to meet at 10 o'...

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Today's Issue Published: Friday, November 27, 2015
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Coalition flexes muscle, warns Gov't and Opposition against departing from good governance
A COALITION of eight private-sector and civil-society groups is urging Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller and Opposition Leader Andrew Holness to give their unwavering commitment to embracing what it describes as core principles of good governance...

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SoHo Opens Christmas Closet
GIRLS AT the Home-stead Place of Safety, St Andrew, will again benefit from the SoHo Boutique's Christmas Closet, which kicks off on December 5.SoHo is encouraging its clients and other members of the public to donate used clothing, to be passed on...

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Manchester, Dinthill hunt final berth
Western Bureau:Donovan Duckie, the head coach of Manchester High, was left bitterly disappointed after last week's Ben Francis KO final loss to St Elizabeth Technical (STETHS), but he must now refocus his players for this afternoon's daCosta Cup...

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GraceKennedy takes over Western Union in Cayman, resumes CI dollar transactions
GraceKennedy takes over Western Union in CaymanResumes CI dollar transactionsCamilo ThameSenior Business WriterGraceKennedy Money Services (GKMS) took over Western Union operations in the Cayman Islands and has resumed transactions using CI dollars...

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Storytelling Day goes beyond the fun and laughter
Parish libraries around the island were scheduled to have storytelling sessions last Friday, National Storytelling Day. The one at the Kingston...

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Editorial: Invite us all, Mr Dalley
Horace Dalley is right to have invited Dr Alfred Dawes for a chat on the health sector. But not only Dr Dawes. And not only to rehash the woes of the sector, which have already been widely aired.Rather, minister Dalley should initiate a broad, frank...

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Letter of the Day: You can save the planet
THE EDITOR, Sir: Jean Lowrie-Chin wrote of "the negative impact the receding Hellshire Beach is having on the livelihood of fishermen". She quoted 2007 Nobel prize winner, Professor Anthony Chen, as to the greatest contributory factor:...

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Something Extra - Friday
SOMETHING EXTRA wishes to congratulate health and fitness gurus Donovan and Patrice White, who tied the knot last Saturday. Here's to an amazing happily ever after.

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World News

Cameron: UK must attack IS in Syria to deny group safe haven
LONDON (AP):Prime Minister David Cameron tried to persuade reluctant lawmakers to back airstrikes on the Islamic State group in Syria, stressing yesterday that the Paris attacks have given the fight new urgency and Britain owes it to key allies to...

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