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published: Tuesday | July 15, 2003
Lead Stories


Children's homes report DISTURBING - Document to be tabled in Parliament today
THE REPORT on children's homes and places of safety promises to be disturbing, but the Government says it will not flinch in addressing recommendations to deal with the problems affecting the wards.

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Street people issue goes int'l
Two more killed in Mtn View
Cops under probe in Tinson Pen drama
Teen killing shocks community
Privy Council rules in favour of Abrahams

News


St Ann Chamber of Commerce raps Government
OCHO RIOS, St.Ann: THE ST. ANN Chamber of Commerce is up in arms against the Government over its tardiness in dealing with the poor state of fire service in Ocho Rios and other areas of the parish.

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Conch season closes July 31
Local egg industry making strides
Colombian with Jamaican roots - An 81-year-old man finally traces his ancestry to the land of wood and water
Mair celebrates at book launch

Business


Citigroup, Bank of America profits rise
NEW YORK, (Reuters): CITIGROUP INC. and Bank of America Corp. on Monday posted higher-than-expected second-quarter profits, helped by gains in credit cards, mortgage lending and investment banking.

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ACP countries condemn challenge to EU sugar regime

Sport


Do or die, Boyz!
MIAMI, Florida: A LOT will be at stake when the Reggae Boyz take on Guatemala this evening (6:00 Jamaica time) in the second game of their Gold Cup bid.

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Girls roll past Samoa 84-24

Commentary


Revolutionising agri output
MARKETING HAS always been one of the big bugbears of agriculture in this country. Cycles of glut and scarcity, of boom and bust, seem to be built into the very fibres of the system.

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Redefining freedom and democracy
Right to oppose war
The importance of being Braeton

Letters


Addressing local fire station needs
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE DESTRUCTION by fire of D&S Auto Parts on Race Course Road in Mandeville should leave the citizens of this town very worried. Why? Because the business place was just 500 yards from the fire station and yet it was destroyed...

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Diahann Thomas
Sleepless in Belvedere
Carmita Robinson
'Ghetto' is a mindset
Hopeful for true democracy in Jamaica

The Shipping Industry


The business of container shipping
Today, we present the full article on detention and demurrage as it relates to the use of containers in shipping.

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CSA to host workshop on maritime goods

Mind & Spirit


REDEEMING THE DANCE
WHEN IT comes to the fine arts, the Church is called to take the position of being the head and not the tail. Too often, says, Lisa Dobson, the Church opts to be the tail instead of the head. Christians, she believes, should seek to redeem...

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From Armstrongism to orthodoxy - Part I




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