Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Wednesday | December 5, 2012
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Miss Ivy - 100 years strong!
AS SOON as The Gleaner vehicle pulled up to the gate on Mannings Hill Road, a man told us "she's around here man". They knew we were looking for 'Miss Ivy'...

Mandeville primary, family mourn death of 10-y-o student
GREENVALE, Manchester:JOVIAL FUN-loving, caring, were the words used to describe 10-year-old Damain Findlay who was found dead in a tank in Greenvale Housing Scheme in Manchester, Sunday morning, after being missing from home...

This day in 1962
JAMAICA's historical landscape is littered with dates which have shaped the terrain as well as the future of the country's diverse inhabitants.These events range from catastrophic to euphoric with no shortage of recollection whenever the various...

Expose corruption in all forms wherever it may be
The following is an excerpt from an address made by Sandrea Falconer, minister with responsibility for information, at the Press Association of Jamaica/National Integrity Action forum on 'Fighting the Corruption Scourge'.

Journalism: a high calling
Below is a message from Jenni Campbell, president of the Press Association of Jamaica, in recognition of National Journalism Week, which is being observed December 2-8.WE RECOGNISE the role of the press in Jamaica as a high calling; in fact...

Oracabessa High choir performs at GoldenEye
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