Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | October 25, 2009
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Honouring Heroes
It was a beautiful day to honour our heroes. As is customary, Jamaicans from all walks of life converged on to the perfectly manicured lawns of King's House to witness the pomp and pageantry of the ceremony of investiture and presentation of national honours and awards on just over 100 recipients.

And then it was time to really celebrate! Our first stop was at Medallion Hall Hotel, located along Lady Musgrave Road in St Andrew, where trade unionist Danny Roberts, his wife and two daughters were fêted by family members and friends at a very...

Barefoot in the Bay
Thunderstorms did not stop the hundreds of patrons who defied the torrential rains last Sunday night to go 'shoeless' at the fifth anniversary Barefoot party at Tropical Beach in Montego Bay.

50 never felt so good ...
...That was the theme of Larry Brown's 50th birthday party at PURE Night Club, New Kingston on Sunday, October 18.

Saluting the attorney general
She is known for her dedication and tenacity. Not given to alarmist posturing or grandstanding, she has not only earned the respect of her colleagues in the legal profession, she has also earned the grudging respect and admiration of her parliamentary colleagues.

'Friendly fighting' among couples
The recent report of a triple murder-suicide in The Star brings into sharp focus the need for couples to amicably solve issues over which they might have a verbal fight.

DOCTOR'S ADVICE: An affair with a younger man
Q Doctor, I am a married woman from Manchester, and I am ashamed to admit that earlier this year I foolishly had an affair with a handsome, much younger man.It was wonderful at the time, but now I regret it.

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