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published: Tuesday | December 2, 2003
Lead Stories


Twelve detained ... after $multimillion robbery and gun battle with cops
TWELVE PERSONS have been detained and two firearms seized following a prolonged gun battle between heavily armed men and members of the security forces, after a multimillion-dollar robbery at Tools Hardware and Supplies Ltd....

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Forbes orders 'corrupt' traffic cop probe
'Thank you, security forces' - Hannah Town, Payne Land residents now stroll streets freely
Anti-crime initiative yield positive results
Gold mining project halts
New home for children with AIDS
Japan helps Maverly
Salvation Army annual Christmas Kettle Drive - Gleaner managers take to the streets today

News


Russian skinheads mob J'can students - 24 other foreign nationals wounded
KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC): THE RUSSIAN media is reporting that six Jamaicans were among a group of foreign students who sustained serious injury in an attack at a university in Moscow.

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Marlie Hill Primary salutes stalwarts
James Bond Pier dirty - visitors
Beryl Urquhart: Stalwart in education for 40 years
Court of Appeal issues big terms for murder convicts
LASCO goes to the UK
PM urges more help for children in need
Agriculture Ministry not doing badly, says Shaw
New health plan launched
Pharmacies refuse to sell 'morning after' pill

Business


FINSAC offers Dyoll shares for sale
THE LONG-awaited offer for sale of Dyoll Group shares by FINSAC opened yesterday with the general insurance operator holding an investor's briefing at the Courtleigh Hotel, New Kingston.

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US stocks hit 2003 highs

Sport


Boxhill off to Germany
CRENSTON BOXHILL makes his first official tour as the chief representative of Jamaica's football when he jets off to Germany today for the CONCACAF World Cup qualifying draw in Frankfurt, Germany.

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Taylor out of SA tour - report
Champions Dunoon keep title hopes alive
Too close for comfort
Horse racing industry could collapse

Commentary


Vendors must obey the rules
IN AN attempt to ensure that street vendors do not hold the city of Kingston to ransom for yet another Christmas season...

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For your highs only
Sam Reid: Prophet to the nation
High drama

Letters


Double standards in resort sector?
THE EDITOR, Sir: HAVING JUST returned from a week's vacation on the North Coast, I am still appalled at the manner in which visitors with dark skins are treated as opposed to our Caucasian guests.

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Isn't this hypocritical?
Low-tech needs also important
Thank you, teachers
Unjust and unfair
More decency and decorum

Entertainment


Strachan sisters end show on high note
ANA AND Samantha Strachan in very fetching red dresses acted as the proverbial topping on an evening of wondrous performances in music, drama, and poetry on Sunday.

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'Good Times', was a blast from the past
'Tellabration' relaxed despite rains

The Shipping Industry


SAJ commits to port viability
THE SHIPPING Association of Jamaica (SAJ) has reaffirmed its commitment to the viability and competitiveness of the Port of Kingston.

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New director for Seaboard

Mind &Spirit


André Kole's million-dollar challenge
VISITING MAGICIAN André Kole is offering US$1million to the Rev. Dr. Donald Stewart if he can prove his statement that Satan gives supernatural powers.

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Everard Allen yearning for a revival




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