Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Friday | November 30, 2012
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A bubbly affair
Dears, the world is full of moaners and groaners, always looking for someone, something, or Government for which to blame their lack of industry and/or creativity. On the other hand, the world is equally blessed...

Looking into future security in MoBay
WESTERN BUREAU: A mobile emergency medical response watch by Guardsman Alarms, wireless video technology from Sitewatch, and the MOD office's electronic surveillance were just a few of the security offerings...

Service and excellence!
Four Jamaicans, the jazz great Monty Alexander and Third World lead singer William 'Bunny Rugs' Clarke among them, were honoured along with four other Caribbean nationals...

Something extra
As we wrap up the social scenes for yet another event-filled week, we bring you more fashionable highlights from the 'Lady in Red' Spring/Summer 2013 collection...

VOUCH-ing for the children
The Voluntary Organisation For The Upliftment Of Children (VOUCH) was formed in 1979 when two children's organisations, the Child Welfare Association and the Jamaica Children's Service Society, merged to form a single entity.

How to cope with hard times
As we approach the festive season, take the necessary steps to ensure your security and safety while you are up and about...

Finally, a place for athletes to rejuvenate - Liberty Hill Great House Resort & Spa catering to athletes
There is now a facility that is looking to play its part in seeing to sportsmen and women's health and wellness. Located in the hills of St Ann, Liberty Hill Great House Resort and Spa is rated as being one of only two "true wellness retreats in Jamaica" by the Commonwealth Secretariat. ...

Birthday bouquets
Saggitarians everywhere are still celebrating.

Suzuki's new home
Members of the Stewart's Auto family converged on the new Suzuki Showroom along South Camp Road yesterday morning for the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Courts Constant Spring is open for business
Courts (Unicomer Jamaica Limited) has completely refurbished its Constant Spring Road branch and, starting Tuesday, November 27, the branch reopened for business.

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