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Tourism, Air J bail-out - Government announces measures to avert more damage

THE GOVERNMENT yesterday announced a slew of measures to avert further damage to the local tourism industry with the allocation of an additional US$8 million. Principally it will go towards advertising but there will also be financial support...

Gleaner presents profit from 'One Love' to Red Cross

THE GLEANER Company yesterday presented a cheque representing the profit from a special supplement ­ "One Love, Democracies United in Grief" to the Jamaica Red Cross. The money will be sent to a charity doing work in the United States following...

Seaga hits at PM's address
IN A swift response to Prime Minister P.J. Patterson's address to Parliament yesterday, Opposition Leader Edward Seaga described the presentation as "woefully short of hard information". At the same time, the Jamaica Labour Party leader said he would...

Airlines set to increase fares

AIR FARES are likely to be increased as airlines pass on some of their increased insurance costs to consumers following the recent terrorist attacks on the United States. Christopher Zacca, chief executive officer (CEO) of Air Jamaica, said yesterday...

United against terrorism

THE TERRORISTS who attacked the United States on September 11 aimed at one nation, but wounded an entire world. Rarely, if ever, has the world been as united as it was on that terrible day. It was a unity born of horror, of fear, of outrage, and of...

Breast cancer in Jamaica
WESTERN BUREAU: BREAST CANCER is the most common cancer in women worldwide with approximately one million new cases diagnosed each year. Figures from the Jamaica Cancer Registry show that this form of cancer has been the most prevalent in Jamaican women.
















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