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Ja still on track

The prevailing drought conditions have spurred the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to make what it characterised as temporary adjustments to its expectations of Jamaica's performance, even as it signalled that the country is well set to pass its fifth consecutive IMF test, since it hammered out the latest Extended Fund Facility.

JUTC bus fare for senior citizens adjusted

The transport ministry has cut the proposed increase in bus fares for senior citizens who travel on Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) buses, following a meeting with stakeholders yesterday.

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Hi-Pro AJ finals today

The finals of the Hi-Pro All Jamaica Tennis championships will be contested today at the Liguanea Club in New Kingston.

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Entertainment»

Laff it Off finds more space

After filling an opening in what is ordinarily limited theatre space in Jamaica, the hilarious musical revue Laff It Off was prevented from having a longer run because of that very same limitation - the availability of theatre space.

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Commentary»

Cricket below Parr

Jack Parr was the first host of the groundbreaking, late-night television programme known as 'The Tonight Show' later made even more popular by Johnny Carson and Jay Leno.

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Western Focus»

Suzette Brown returns as chairman for Montego Bay South

WESTERN BUREAU:St James parish councillor Suzette Brown was on Sunday re-elected unopposed as chairman of the Montego Bay South Division, which falls within the Central St James constituency.

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