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23-y-o makeup artist murdered at her home in Westmoreland
A 23-year-old Clarendon woman was gunned down in Sheffield district in Negril, Westmoreland on Sunday. She has been identified as Moesha Heath, a makeup artist of a May Pen address. The Gleaner understands that Heath had recently relocated to...

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Today's Issue Published: Monday, March 20, 2023
Lead Stories

Money heist

The president of the Jamaica Society for Industrial Security (JSIS) believes no amount of planning could have prevented a bloody case of déjà vu in which criminals outgunned a Beryllium courier team on Sunday, leaving four injured as they made off...

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‘A beacon of inspiration to all who worked with him'

WESTERN BUREAU: A man of impeccable character and a giant who gave sterling service to the parish of St James was how the late former Custos Ewen George Corrodus was eulogised during his funeral on Sunday. Governor General Sir Patrick Allen paid...

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The Usain Bolt effect

The lasting image from the 2022 Carfita Games under-20 100 metres boys final at the National Stadium was silver medallist, Kingston Colleges Bouwahjgie Nkrumie standing with his spikes in hand listing to sprinting legend Usain Bolt imparting his...

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‘A beautiful moment cut short'

The Well Encounter gospel concert took place on Saturday evening at Sabina Park in Kingston. Hundreds gathered despite the threat of inclement weather to fellowship in pursuit of healing for the nation. However, it was not the showers of rain that...

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Editorial | JAMAL-ise mental health interventions

Last week, the health minister, Christopher Tufton, unveiled his ministrys latest programme to help Jamaicans cope with the mental stresses that are part of their lives. Initiatives of the kind are needed by all Jamaicans, but especially young...

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Letter of Day | We must help uplift our youth
THE EDITOR, Madam: The youth must be uplifted to realise their full potential. We must encourage and uplift our youth. We are seeing a lot of youth in Jamaica getting involved in some devious activities that sometimes get them killed. We are...

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Something Extra | Monday

Soca animals were roaring from early, making the calls for Rum For Breakfast. Dressed to spring into true form, the raving bacchanalists fêted on the outskirts of the Hope Zoo and indulged in a good mix of music, drinks and food. Something Extra...

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World News

In rainy season, women forage for wild mushrooms

Harare (AP): Zimbabwes rainy season brings a bonanza of wild mushrooms, which many rural families feast upon and sell to boost their incomes. But the bounty also comes with danger as each year there are reports of people dying after eating...

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