Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | December 30, 2012
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Magical fingers
If you cannot remember or did not know what the Jamaica Omnibus Service (JOS) buses looked like, Egerton Brown can create an exact replica for you as a penholder.

10 Most Read in 2012
Millions of readers turned to The Gleaner's online offerings for news this year with the number of hits for each story growing sharply over 2011.

Sonia calls it quits ...
After 12 years as director general of Statistical Institute of Jamaica (STATIN), Sonia Jackson is getting ready to call it a day.

Traffic-amnesty rush
Head of the Police Traffic Division, Senior Superintendent Radcliffe Lewis, has announced that the Traffic Headquarters at Elletson Road in Kingston will be open to the public today to allow motorists to check on their tickets before they go to tax offices to make payment tomorrow morning.

OCG can probe $41-m 'sound' bill
The Office of the Contractor General (OCG) has moved to clarify its power to probe the almost J$41-million contract awarded to the Corporate Area firm to provide technical services at the Jamaica Golden Jubilee Village at Independence Park in August.

How to have a positive mental attitude for the New Year
Having a positive mental attitude is one of the most crucial factors in success.


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