Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Monday | November 12, 2012
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UTech to invest $250m in western Jamaica campus
Western Bureau: Professor Geraldine Hodeline, principal of the western campus of the University of Technology (UTech), announced that the institution would invest more than $250 million over the next five years in developing the western campus...

Muzzle them! - Tufton wants laws against antisocial lyrics
OPPOSITION SENATOR Dr Christopher Tufton says the Government should consider enacting laws to counter the influence of popular culture in promoting crimes such as lottery scamming....

Jamaica Epicurean Escape - the perfect start to Christmas season
The Gleaner-sponsored Jamaica Epicurean Escape (JEE) is the perfect way for family and friends to kick off the Christmas season. This food extravaganza which will be held at the Richmond Estate, St Ann, on December 1 and 2, will provide a wide range of delectable...

JPS, ADS Global partner for customers
During the recent passage of Hurricane Sandy, the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) reached out to ADS Global, a company with years of experience and a reputation for dealing successfully with people around the world...

Don't let PMS cramp your style
Many persons are aware that chiropractic care is excellent for the treatment of many musculoskeletal problems like headaches, neck or back pains. They are often surprised to find out just how many other benign conditions tend to respond to chiropractic care...

GraceKennedy revenues climb
In releasing the unaudited results of its stockholders' report for the nine months ended September 30, the GraceKennedy Group Chief Executive Officer Don Wehby, is reporting a five per cent increase in revenues for the period...


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