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Senate chaos

FLOYD Morris, president of the Senate, has vowed to "take decisive action" the next time any senator seeks to ignore his authority.

Fraud probe leaves pensioners in the cold

The Revenue Protection Division (RPD) has acknowledged that up to 150 new pensioners have not received their November payment because of the multimillion-dollar fraud it uncovered at the Accountant General's Department (AGD).



Jamaica fall for 173, T&T on ropes

Trinidad and Tobago's Red Force were struggling on 59 for five after dismissing the Jamaica Franchise for 173 on the opening day of their third round WICB Professional Cricket League match at Queen's Park Oval yesterday.



Let the right one win

I read somewhere that the word 'politics' is really two words and not one, something like 'harass'.



Level playing field for telecom consumers

THE EDITOR, Sir:After reading the article by Gail Moss-Solomon ('Digicel states position on proposed merger', November 27, 2014), as a consumer of all three - Cable & Wireless, Digicel and Flow - I must say I would have to agree with some of her...


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Recounting MoBay's glory days

WESTERN BUREAU:While Montego Bay became the epicentre of Jamaica's tourism in the 1960s, its global appeal actually started some three decades earlier when world-renowned chiropractor Sir Herbert Barker began writing articles about the curable potential...



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