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Sensational Move marked for War Zone Sprint
THOUGH HE appears to be in a tough spot against legitimate sprinters, going five and a half furlongs in Saturdays War Zone Sprint, SENSATIONAL MOVE will benefit from the cheap speed of VOLATILITY, BAZINGA, and LADY ABHIMALA, who will all be making...

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Today's Issue Published: Thursday, December 7, 2023
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SSL fraud balloons past US$30m

The multibillion-dollar fraud and irregularities uncovered at Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL) have ballooned past US$30 million with more than 200 accounts impacted. The Financial Investigations Division (FID) shared the update in a statement...

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Youth mental health conference set for January
To help in bridging the gap between mental health support and creating a healthier environment for Jamaican youth to express themselves, the YourMindMatters project is set to host an adolescent mental health conference at the Jamaica Conference...

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Speid hits back

PRESIDENT OF the Jamaica Coaches Association (JCA) Rudolph Speid has come out to defend the organisation after Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) presidential candidate Raymond Anderson and his team labelled it illegal. In a press conference at the...

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Google launches Gemini, upping the stakes in the global AI race

Google took its next leap in artificial intelligence yesterday with the launch of project Gemini, an AI model trained to behave in human-like ways thats likely to intensify the debate about the technologys potential promise and perils. The...

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‘Despacito' singer Daddy Yankee gives up music to serve Jesus

Reggaeton superstar Daddy Yankee has announced that he is retiring from the reggaeton genre to serve Jesus Christ. The Puerto Rican artiste, born Ramón Luis Ayala Rodríguez, is one of more than 150 defendants named in producer Cleveland ‘Clevie...

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Editorial | Fix the jury dilemma

Lamenting the unwillingness of Jamaicans to sit on juries, Chief Justice Bryan Sykes highlighted the socially skewed complexion of those who agree to serve. In Montego Bay, at least, they are mostly the poor and working class. In other words,...

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Letter of the Day | Story's tragedy, a ray of hope
THE EDITOR, Madam: The Sunday Gleaner (November 5, 2023) story, 'I was only trying to protect my father', describes Jamaica's psychosocial temperature. The story is an interview with Tameka Henry,the mother of the 11-year-old boy, Fytzroi...

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Something Extra | Thursday

The recent staging of the culinary and fashion spectacle Grandeur, held at Serengeti, Hope Botanical Gardens, seamlessly brought together the worlds of fashion and food, providing patrons with a truly memorable experience. Centred around the theme...

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‘From My Grandmother's Kitchen': Yanikie Tucker pens first cookbook

A mouth-watering collection that pays homage to Jamaican cuisine, offering a glimpse into flavours and traditions lovingly passed down from one generation to another. Yanikie Tucker presents her first-ever cookbook, From My Grandmothers Kitchen,...

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World News

President Ali: Guyana preparing to defend itself against Venezuela

SAN JUAN (AP): Guyanas President Irfaan Ali told The Associated Press on Wednesday that his country is taking every necessary step to protect itself from Venezuela, which has ordered its state-owned companies to explore and exploit oil and...

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