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Britain's Prince Harry formally confirms he is now a US resident
LONDON (AP) — Prince Harry, the son of King Charles III and fifth in line to the British throne, has formally confirmed he is now a US resident. Four years after Harry and his American wife, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, decamped to a villa...

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Today's Issue Published: Thursday, April 18, 2024
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A FORMER Jamaican ambassador says the diplomatic corps is likely to be “disturbed” by the dishonouring of two former prime ministers in a controversial post that appeared on the Instagram page of Alando Terrelonge, state minister in the foreign...

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20 outstanding young people to receive PM Award for Excellence
Twenty young people will be presented with the 2023 Prime Ministers National Youth Award for Excellence (PMNYAE) for achievements in various fields, at a ceremony scheduled for April 20 on the lawns of Jamaica House, starting at 5 p.m. The award...

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Drewsland optimism

AFTER SQUEEZING into the Jamaica Premier League (JPL) playoffs on the final match day, finishing sixth on the same number of points as Montego Bay United, Waterhouse are looking to emulate what Arnett Gardens and Harbour View did in 2017 and 2022,...

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Climate change's economic bite estimated at US$38t a year

Climate change will reduce future global income by about 19 per cent in the next 25 years compared to a fictional world thats not warming, with the poorest areas and those least responsible for heating the atmosphere taking the biggest monetary...

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‘There's no love anymore'

On the penultimate night of the 2024 staging of the Love and Harmony Cruise, crowd favourite Buju Banton not only delivered a usually stellar set but also called on his Caribbean brethren to consider the children. Clad in all-white, with his locs...

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Editorial | TAJ fights transparency

The purported invocation of the Data Protection Act (DPA) by Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) to deny the disclosure of information on how it used taxpayers money is a worrisome development that, if allowed to stand, poses a threat to...

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Letter of the Day | The World Bank's new 22 impact measurement tool can inspire
THE EDITOR, Madam: On April 9 on the eve of its 15th Spring Meetings in Washington, the World Bank released a new impact measurement tool aimed at tracking its vision of ending poverty on a sustainable planet. This tool assesses various...

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Something Extra | Thursday

SAINT International star Romaine Dixon served a dash of Jamaican swagger for European fashion retailer Springfields newly released spring/summer 2024 collection. The Sligoville, St Catherine-raised supermodel, who checks off Dior, Fendi and Hermes...

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Portlander Chef Bobby Walker dishes on island flavour

When flavour enters the chat, there is one place that remains synonymous with natural spices and authentic flavour and its Portland. Since calling the parish his home in 2006, Chef Bobby Walker has dedicated over three decades to the culinary...

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World News

Transitional Presidential Council named

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (CMC): Haiti has named the members of the Transitional Presidential Council (CPT), paving the way for the French-speaking Caribbean Community country to continue efforts at holding fresh elections in a bid to end the...

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