Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Monday | November 19, 2012
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'They must go!' - Opposition leader blasts Gov't for failing to seal IMF deal - Chastises JLP members for disunity
"IT'S MY generation now! We must stand up and take charge of our country. I am sick and tired of them! They must go!" declared an uncharacteristically impassioned leader of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) Andrew Holness as he addressed the party's annual conference ...

'Defeat has made him more mature'
A GOOD start on the road to recovery was how political commentator Kevin O'Brien Chang labelled the speech delivered by Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) leader Andrew Holness at the party's annual conference...

Warmington mute as delegates stand united
BRASH JAMAICA Labour Party (JLP) member Everald Warmington was yesterday soundly spurned by delegates as they embraced a resolution from Deputy General Secretary Arthur Williams paving the way ...

Miller rebukes preaching ban - Rev says move curtails freedom of religion
LOCAL CLERGYMAN the Reverend Al Miller has lashed out against a recent decision to ban preaching on Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) buses, saying it is "part of a bigger agenda to remove the strong...

Tell the country the true IMF figure - Shaw
DESPITE DENIALS by the Government, Opposition Spokesman on Finance Audley Shaw has insisted that Jamaica will only get US$400 million from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) under the new deal now being negotiated.This sum, according to Shaw...

Paulwell demands report from Petrojam
MINISTER OF Science, Technology, Energy and Mining Phillip Paulwell has demanded that the board of directors of Petrojam Limited meet, investigate and issue a full report into last week's alleged release of noxious fumes from the refinery....

Cop's family gripped by grief
HIS GRIEF-STRICKEN 79-year-old aunt, Ivy Chedder, was so heartbroken she could not find the strength to attend church yesterday...

Rescue our boys
THE CARIBBEAN is one of the few regions where there are more illiterate men than women. In 1999, illiteracy figures were 25.9 per cent for men and 14.1 per cent for women. Although there have been remarkable improvements since then...

Gleaner profits challenged by soft broadcast sales; digital push continues
THE GLEANER Company Limited was able to eke out a one per cent growth in top-line revenue, for the nine months to the end of September, even after softer sales from its broadcast unit in Jamaica's continued weak economy....


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