Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | September 20, 2009
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PNP at 71: 'Get back to basics'
FIFTY YEARS ago, the People's National Party (PNP) celebrated its 21st birthday and declared that it had come of age.Today, the party wraps up its 71st annual conference with a public session at the...

Notice warns against expanding options
The Reverend Dr Roy Notice of the New Testament Church of God is warning policymakers that the expansion of gambling opportunities in Jamaica could create enormous problems for the country and its citizens in the long run.

Teen gambling on the increase
TEEN GAMBLERS in Jamaica are growing in numbers and their indulgence is now a matter for concern, research has shown.

How to create a skills-based résumé
For many students leaving high school or university, and entering the work force for the first time, crafting a résumé that will appeal to employers can be a challenge.

Ambassador Anthony Johnson airs region's economic problems
Jamaican ambassador to the United States (US) Anthony Johnson, speaking to guests at his residence recently, outlined the economic problems faced by small Caribbean states and suggested that closer collaboration in the business area was one of the major...

Disabilities Council gears up to celebrate 30 years of service
THE JAMAICA Council for Persons with Disabilities (JCPD) is getting into high gear to celebrate over three decades of dedicated service to its members.

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