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Jamaica Gleaner Lead Stories
published: Tuesday | November 4, 2003

Safe or satanic? Church leaders argue over Freemasonry
ANGLICAN CHURCHMEN who are Freemasons have come out in firm defence against charges that they are involved in a 'secret and satanic' operation.

No Flankers fallout - Whiteman
MINISTER OF Information Senator Burchell Whiteman says there has been no reported fallout in bookings within the local tourism industry, despite the recent unrest in Flankers, St. James.


KIVANA COLEMAN - Pre-teen singing ambassador
NINE-YEAR-OLD KIVANA Coleman has a compact disc (CD) music collection that would make fans of Marcia Griffiths, Dolly Parton or Sandra Brooks green with envy.


Targeting $4 million
SEVERAL CONCERNED citizens have come together to raise $4 million to refurbish and reopen the obstetrics and gynaecology ward at the University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI).


From Farquhar Beach to St Mark's Village - For a better life
ALTHOUGH BLESSED with an untouched landscape, including a black sand beach, Farquhar's Beach in Clarendon has remained mostly hidden from the world.


Cop sentenced to life imprisonment
POLICEWOMAN VIRIS Christie was yesterday sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of 25-year-old Natasha Stephens, cosmetologist, of Hope Road, Kingston 6 who was involved in a love affair with Christie's Nigerian husband.


Syndicated save
THE COOL Runnings Syndicate, a crew based in Thompson Pen, Spanish Town, St. Catherine, has proven that not every group of young men hanging out on a 'corner' is a threat to society.



















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