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Lead Stories


'Mules' stress cops, KPH
Drug trafficking proving costly and vexing.


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Parties promise clean campaign
Senate passes wire-tap/money laundering Bill
C&WJ to rehabilitate Harbour View round-about
Queen's sister dies
PAHO concerned about HIV/AIDS in Jamaica

News


Police death benefit cases pile up
The families of more than 100 policemen who were killed in the line of duty have still not received death benefits. Some have been waiting for nearly nine years for the benefits and now face destitution.


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Antonnette Haughton claims abuse by PNP supporters
Thousands pay last respects to Albert Richards

Business


Stamp Commissioner and Carreras in transfer tax dispute
The Stamp Commissioner is challenging a ruling by the Revenue Court in November last year that it must return with interest the $110 million it collected from the Carreras Group Ltd. in transfer tax arising from a share transfer.


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Dressing for success
Government restructures Devon House

Sport


Pakistan tighten grip on Test
Pakistan, despite a defiant 84 not out from West Indies captain Carl Hooper yesterday, tightened their grip on the third day of the second Test.


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Watts predicts surprise
Visionary holds off rivals
Santos whip Police 3-1
Jamaica in comm and

Commentary


Editorial - The polls and the parties
The governing People's National Party would have received a boost last weekend in its quest for a fourth consecutive term in office with the publication of the latest polls commissioned by this newspaper.


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Come out of your shell
Becoming a teacher's pet
Mismanaged Parish Councils

Letters


The Queen and tourism
THE EDITOR, Sir: As part of her Golden Jubilee, the Queen will travel to four countries; New Zealand, Australia, Canada and Jamaica where she is still the ceremonial Head of State.


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The language of the birds

Entertainment


Dancehall stumbles at the Grammy
When Shabba captured the Reggae Grammy in 1991 with Raw As Ever, he became the first dancehall act to do so. However, 10 years and 10 Grammy awards later, there are no hardcore dancehall nominations for the 2001 Reggae Grammy.


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Love for 'Mama' in the dancehall
In the UK: Dancehall feeling the pinch

Religion


American author promotes the 'Rasta heart' for Jamaica's healing
At a recent press conference at the Bob Marley Museum, Bob Marley was promoted as a "21st century wise man... describing the essence of Rastafari in a holistic way".


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Book Review - The reality of God
Spong, Science and the Bible

Arts &Leisure


Review - Converging thoughts and spaces
The public is invited to share and scrutinise the talents of Denise Forbes, Tafui and Andrew Smith now on at the Mutual Gallery.


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'Appreciating' art
Spelling Bee 2002 - They came, they saw, they conquered!

Outlook


Cover story - Holding on
The challenges of living together.


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Little miracle Danielle
Opinion - Valentine's Day is a chick holiday'

In Focus


Jamaica becoming a lawless country
Ashamedly, Jamaica is one of the most violent countries in the world. This is corroborated by the statistical department of the Jamaica Constabulary Force.


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Narco-terrorism: Let's not call a spade a bulldozer (Pt. I)
Growing up in Jamaica - Cycle race and air raid drill




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