Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | September 20, 2009
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Party Time! PJ leads new charge - PNP at 71 'Rebuild and repackage'
As the People's National Party (PNP) contemplates its next steps, its only surviving former president, P.J. Patterson, has stressed the need to rebuild and repackage the 71-year-old party.

'No dirty money' PNP treasurer avoids soiled funders
DESPITE THE tight fiscal constraints under which the People's National Party (PNP) is staging its 71st annual conference this weekend, dirty money is playing no part in financing the activities, claims party treasurer...

'Ready for new phase'
COULD THE demonstrable irritation of many Comrades with the leadership of the People's National Party (PNP) be coming to an end, at last, with the party claiming to enter a new era in its organisational preparation?

'I am hopelessly addicted'
MARY BROWN sometimes doesn't know how she finds herself at the casino.

PNP at 71 Private session marred by car break-in
OPPOSITION SENATOR and active People's National Party (PNP) member Basil Waite reportedly left the private session of the party's annual conference $400,000 short and a laptop...

Church versus racetrack: Punters see nothing wrong with Sunday racing
THE SPORT of kings is about to clash with the King of Kings, and racing fans do not think it is a bad thing.

Comrades celebrate
EMBRACING HOPE for renewal and a secure future, Comrades of all stripes tucked themselves into the small car park at the People's National Party's (PNP) Old Hope Road headquarters last Friday evening.They came to celebrate,...

'Unregistered draughtsmen bad for business'
CHRISTOPHER WHYMS-STONE, president of the Jamaica Institute of Architects (JIA), is calling on the Department of Local Government and the various parish councils across the country to stop approving plans drawn by...

Who let the dogs out? Jamaica's international airports in need of more, younger sniffer dogs to tackle drug smuggling
While Jamaicans are losing their jobs in droves, there is an urgent demand and several job openings for man's best friend:...

We are doing our part - MBJ
The following is a response from MBJ Airports Limited to the lead story carried in last Sunday's Gleaner on security breaches at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay.

Corruption watchdog wants to set up shop in Jamaica
TRANSPARENCY International (TI) is seeking to establish a permanent chapter in Jamaica, says regional director for the Americas, Alejandro Salas.

Terry's relatives urged to forgive
WESTERN BUREAU:The relatives and friends of murdered British envoy to Jamaica, John Terry, have been urged to forgive his killer.The Reverend Anthony Ottey, retired pastor of St Mary's Anglican Church in Montpelier, St James, made the call at a...

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