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published: Monday | January 13, 2003
Lead Stories


Union calls for probe of JUTC
NATIONAL WORKERS' Union vice-president, Danny Roberts, wants the Auditor-General to be called in to investigate operations at the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC).

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Commission to study state funding of parties
Children's Code effective today
JTA rejects Government wage offer
Cops kill 1 in arcade robbery; five escape

News


Senators pay tribute to Wynter
SENATORS ON Friday paid tribute to Hector Wynter, former Gleaner Editor-in-Chief and one of the first members of the Upper House, who died recently.

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Enough is enough!
Taxi operators complain of police brutality
Citizens leader set to contest Local Gov't seat
Two killed in traffic accident
Panton raises concerns about ESOP programme
Ignoring the solutions to our problems
Golding poses questions on the economy
Collaboration among universities key, says Gibbons
Senior citizen contributes to democratic process

Sport


Boyz beaten!
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC: BARBADOS SNAPPED Jamaica's 10-game unbeaten run in away games with a 1-0 victory over the Reggae Boyz in their friendly international at the National Stadium on Sunday night.

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Rose glad to be back in Ja squad
Waterhouse clip Hazard
Seba edge Rivoli 1-0
STETHS start big favourites

Commentary


BOJ's massive losses
THE LATEST BOJ balance sheet reveals that the bank is once again solidly back in the red with its year-to-date losses totalling $1.4 billion.

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Jottings on education
Driving Miss Dolly
A stormy sky

Letters


Visa regime strains ties to 'Mother Country'
THE EDITOR, Sir: I WOULD like to express my absolute concurrence with the notion that the traditional 'Mother Country' ties between Jamaica and Britain will be frayed under the new visa regime.

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They are racist, we are spineless
Disturbed by new UK visa regime
Settle UK visa issue in the courts
Jamaican envoy flopped on visa issue
Crime, visas and collective responsibility
A shameful letter
Plaudits for TPDCo
A sign please NWA

Entertainment


Artistes support Vybz Cartel's birthday bash
SEVERAL ARTISTES turned out on Saturday night in support of upcoming artiste Vybz Cartel, who hosted his 'birthday bash' at La Roose on Port Henderson Road in Portmore.

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Andru Donalds - 'Big abroad, unknown a yard'

Flair


WOMAN OF STYLE - Cindy Breakespeare
SHE STILL has the fabulous figure and winning smile that no doubt set her apart from the other contestants years ago.

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Relationship resolutions
Crossing the bridge




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