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published: Thursday | August 28, 2003
Lead Stories


'Only 5% corruption' - Deputy Commissioner says most policemen are honest, hard-working and decent
THE POLICE have responded to National Security Minister Dr. Peter Phillips' statement about the level of corruption in the Force, limiting the malady to five per cent of the membership and pointing out that steps are being taken to arrest it.

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KSAC rakes in $22m from car pounds since January
One dead, 15 hurt in accidents
NWA awaits decision on St James works freeze
Gov't to announce increased minimum wage by next week
Ja records lowest sugar output in sixty years
Paper recycling plant for Riverton

News


Strong support for new prison
KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP): JAMAICA'S PRISON commissioner said on Tuesday he's open to the idea of building a prison on the Caribbean island to house Jamaicans convicted of crimes in Britain.

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Major crimes down in St Andrew North police division
Carnal abusers get bail extension
Drug offender faces court
Floods hit Middlesex
Kraal wrap-up by September

Sport


Silver lining for Jamaica
PARIS, France: THE FIFTH day of the ninth IAAF World Athletics Championships left Jamaica with a silver lining in Paris last night.

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Pitterson gets coaching scholarship
Cyclops wins feature
Coach Moravek resigns

Commentary


Inflation and growth
AS THE Government goes for growth, one of the cornerstones of its economic policy has been the control of inflation at single digit levels. For the last seven years this objective has been met.

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Fixing GSAT 'inequities'
Shifting strategies in the Iraq war

Letters


Highway 2000 Q&A
THE EDITOR, Sir: THERE HAS been some speculation relating to Highway 2000 in the press recently which is probably caused by a lack of knowledge. We seek to address these issues by posing questions and providing the answers.

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Oh, how they weep!
The legendary Pete Sampras
Our crime problem
Cloud seeding
Where was Mr. Seaga?
Excellent reportage

Entertainment


'Heineken House Party' jumped
GRAND LIDO Braco, Trelawny, came alive this past weekend when members of the entertainment industry converged on the property for 'Heineken House Party'.

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Miss Jamaica World 2003 Contestants
WIN TICKETS TO 'GOOD TIMES'

Cornwall Edition


Regal salute for 'Missa Parkie'
WESTERN BUREAU: JAMES Parkinson has always been cognisant that his calling in life was to train the youth of Jamaica in academic and life skills.

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Soft drinks are not 'soft'
Major dental symposium coming to Montego Bay
Ray of hope in Seaford Town
'St Bess' residents protest dust nuisance

What's Cooking


WHAT'S FOR LUNCH MOMMY?
MY, HOW time has flown! It seems as if only yesterday parents were looking at a number of camps and classes to deposit their little ones to spend their time constructively during those hot summer days.

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Detective Cognac investigates - Looks for clues to Jamaican cuisine




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