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Teachers, students mourn 9-y-o killed in crash
Teachers and students at Mona Heights Primary School in St Andrew are mourning the death of a fourth grade girl who died yesterday after a truck ran into her family’s dwelling house along Escarpment Road, also in St Andrew. She is nine-...

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Today's Issue Published: Saturday, July 21, 2018
Lead Stories

Toilet beach - Vendors pollute environment, refuse to use pay lavatory at Rocky Point Fishing Village

There are two working bathrooms at the Rocky Point Fishing Village in Clarendon, but at the moment, the doors are closed because persons refuse to pay the $50 charged to use them.Instead, many persons have opted to make the beach their bathroom."A...

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News

NCB seeks investment projects in the Caribbean

The island's largest and most profitable financial conglomerate, the National Commercial Bank (NCB), with its imprint in parts of the Caribbean - has expansion in sight as it seeks to invest in new and existing projects.Winston Lawson, assistant...

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Sports

Goule shines in Monaco - 800m standout posts new NR as Thompson suffers another loss

Natoya Goule pulled off another national record breaking performance on the Diamond League circuit yesterday in Monaco.Goule stopped the clock at 1:56.15 seconds to erase her previous mark of 1:57.69, a time she did two weeks ago on the Rabat leg of...

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Entertainment

Sumfest Inspire award- recognising musical excellence

WESTERN BUREAU:Living legend Bob Andy, internationally acclaimed duo Sly and Robbie, the Godfather Chris Blackwell, and promoter Copeland Forbes were inducted into the Reggae Sumfest Hall of Fame while crooner Beres Hammond received the Lifetime...

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Commentary

Editorial | Local versus imported
Jamaica should be producing more of the items we consume. Everybody agrees. However, the reality is that Jamaica is now importing more than 1,000 products from all over the world as consumers embrace global brands.A quick look at the June 2018...

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Letters

Black River disgusted with Digicel service
THE EDITOR, Sir:I am writing this letter to express my disgust with the service Digicel has been offering to customers in Black River from May 30 to the time of writing, July 17, without even the slightest indication of when service will resume.To...

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