Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | September 20, 2009
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Pioneers party in MoBay
WESTERN BUREAU: When Guyanese-born businessman Howard Bulkan was shortlisted for the Caribbean Pioneers of Prosperity Awards, ...

Crime Stop turns 20!
With the issue of personal safety being uppermost on the minds of most well-thinking Jamaicans, any effort to address the malady is a most welcome intervention at this time

Sixteen and feeling sweet
WESTERN BUREAU:Beverly Rowe has several grandchildren and she said she loved them all, "but you Monique, I want you to settle down and focus on your school work".

A long, lasting love
WESTERN BUREAU:Just before twilight on Saturday, September 12, Simeon and Wilmagene Lawrence slowly walked down lovers' lane to renew their wedding vows, after 50 years.

My Down Time with .. Michelle Pollard-Gonzalez
Michelle Pollard-Gonzalez knows that good customer service is critical to the success of any business.

Tour guides graduate
Several residents of Flagstaff in Upper St James said thanks to agencies for imparting invaluable knowledge to them.

Virginity pledges and teenage sex
Research shows that Jamaican youths are at risk of incurring tragedy in their young lives.

Doctor's advice: Couple needs sex lesson
Q We are a couple in our 30s and about to get married, but we don't know a lot about sex.

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