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Dirty-money fight - New Orders place 'high-risk' professionals under increased scrutiny

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW and public accountants are among five professionals and owners in the gaming sector that will now be subject to reporting requirements under the Financial Investigation Act (FID) and the Proceeds of Crime Act ...

JFJ appoints interim board

The very foundation of human-rights lobby group Jamaicans For Justice was jolted by the public condemnation of a controversial sex-education programme which was introduced into six private children's homes and the subsequent...

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NEPA to focus on drought mitigation

WITH THE current drought plaguing the country, the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) will be using the upcoming Denbigh Agricultural and Industrial Show to share practical ways in which the agricultural...

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Sports»

Medal hunt continues

Jamaica's Sunshine Girls lost a tough table-topping showdown against New Zealand yesterday - on a barren day as far as medals were concerned, following Tuesday's gold rush.However, the hunt continues today...

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Business»

Jamaica launches new AEO programme

The Jamaica Customs Agency (JCA) has launched its revamped Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) programme, which it says is aimed at protecting the country's borders and revenue...

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Entertainment»

World Reggae Dance hits the stage on Monday

The 2014 World Reggae Dance Championship will take the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre by storm on Monday, August 4 at 8 p.m., with the grand finals.Twelve Jamaican teams: Overload Skankaz, Dynamix Team, STR8 Edge Society, Hectic Dymond, Equanoxx,...

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Commentary»

More research needed on national heroes

Last week, at the funeral for Leleka Champagnie, nursing icon and foundation member of the Boulevard Baptist Church, her nephew Bradley Edwards said National Hero Marcus Garvey stated in the 1920s that Jamaica needs to cut its energy costs in order for...

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Letters»

Resolving violence

THE EDITOR, Sir:There is a powerful solution to the violence that we see erupting in varied places across the world.

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Food»

Hi-Lo rewards loyal customers

Last Saturday, Hi-Lo Food Stores customers were feted at all 14 locations islandwide.

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International»

Poll: Americans cool to border-crossing children

SAN DIEGO (AP):Americans are wary of granting refugee status to children crossing the US border to flee strife-torn countries in Central America, and most in an Associated Press-GfK poll say the US does not have a moral obligation to accept asylum...

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