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published: Monday | December 22, 2003
Lead Stories


US moving to track visitors - Fingerprinting on entry, exit 'immigration' planned


COME WEDNESDAY, December 31, the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will be implementing its 'US-VISIT' programme to enable it to effectively track visitors to the country.

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Heavy rains flood Ocho Rios
GLEANER HONOUR AWARD NOMINEE - Dr Figueroa is no pushover
2004 will be brighter - PM
MP charged with assault

News


Ja attractions get thumbs up
TWO OF Jamaica's premier attractions - Dunn's River Falls and Dolphin Cove - have been cited by cruise officials as "the most popular and exciting" in the Caribbean for 2003.

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'Tourism boom the benefit of hard work'
Half Moon to institute five-day work week
Trial judge's error sets rape convict free
Duty-free merchants optimistic
Fern Gully under threat
Beaches Boscobel spreads Xmas cheer
Florida cruise group fetes children
Towards legalisation - Revisiting the ganja debate
Can the Gov't manage the present crisis?

Sport


Six untried players in Ja squad
JAMAICA'S CRICKET selectors yesterday named six players who have never represented the country at senior level, in a 16-member squad for the 2004 regional Carib Beer Cricket Series that is set to start on January 9.

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'Greed, money, prestige, glory' spur drug use, says Johnson
Breese ready to give Ja his best
Taylor's hat-trick buries Arnett
Goodison makes NPL showing

Commentary


Hope for MoBay homeless
THE 1999 dragooning of 32 street people from Sam Sharpe Square in Montego Bay is still remembered as one of the most shameful episodes in that city's recent history.

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Christmas: who will help the poor?
Are we a Christian nation?

Letters


Should umpires get more hi-tech help?
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE ZIMBABWE cricket series provides another illustration of the power of an idea whose time has come. Instant replay technology could have helped the umpires to avoid some bad decisions.

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A matter of choices
Frustrated
An act of terrorism?
Respect people for who they are
Predictions of gloom and doom
Prune the withered branches
John Paul Whyte

Entertainment


Small rush of 'Adrenaline'
'ADRENALINE' - THE all tertiary link-up party, which was staged at the Alfred Sangster Auditorium last Friday, was a success despite a disappointing turnout.

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Prepare for a new Genesis
Christmas gift from Shaggy

Flair


THETALEOFMANY MORGANS Sharing a divine love
DENROY MORGAN, mainly known for his musical career having turned out hits like I'll Do Anything For You. is originally from May Pen, Clarendon. He migrated to the United States of America in 1965 to further his musical career.

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THEHERITAGEWIVES
MEN AT WORK - ROSE AMONG THORNS




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