Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Wednesday | January 2, 2013
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MIRACLE MAN - Jamaican survivor of Colorado crash blessed to see 2013
As Jamaicans dust off the vestiges of 2012 to start afresh with the new year, for many, last year will forever be etched in their memories because of the tragic events that snuffed out the lives of their loved ones....

The Russians are here
WESTERN BUREAU: Seven years after Jamaica started courting the eastern Europeans, the first Russian carrier Transaero arrived on the island yesterday.The flight, a boost to the winter tourist season, landed...

Fireworks on the Waterfront delights
Thousands of people converged on the Kingston Waterfront to say goodbye to 2012 and usher in the new year with their friends and loved ones on Monday night....

Choose to win in 2013
Choose to win in 2013! Run the race of life in such a way to win. At the stroke of midnight and the dawning of a new year, the Reverend Al Miller charged his congregants to do just that...

New Year welcomed by Adventists at sunset
At midnight when the majority of Jamaicans were just ringing in the new year, members of the Adventist faith had already 'beaten' more than half the population to 'the punch'...

We have achieved much - Robinson
One year and three days after he won his bid at the polls to represent South East St Andrew, first-time Member of Parliament (MP) Julian Robinson has given himself a pat on the back for his achievements in the constituency so far.Robinson, in a letter...

Fiscal consolidation inevitable in the Caribbean, says IMF
WASHINGTON (CMC):An International Monetary Fund (IMF) working paper says since growth in the current global economic environment is "virtually non-existent", significant fiscal consolidation is inevitable in the region.The paper, dubbed 'The Challenges...


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