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published: Thursday | February 3, 2005
Lead Stories


It's Stacey-Ann! - Another Glen Archer protégé wins spelling championship
STACEY-ANN Pearson is the 2005 Gleaner Children's Own National Spelling Bee Champion. The 13-year-old second form student of Ardenne High School in St. Andrew, walked away with the top prize during yesterday's 46th staging of the National.

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British police coming
High powered Chinese delegation opens trade fair
Chile's VP sure of votes for OAS post
Ethiopian royals pay respects to Marley
The CCJ and the constitution: Larger than partisan politics
Hospital gets hefty donation
'We must protect the value of our wetlands'

News


UWI professor doubts viability of natural gas
WHILE THE Jamaican Government presses ahead with its plans to set up a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal with its CARICOM partner, Trinidad and Tobago, Professor Al Binger of the University of the West Indies (UWI) is casting doubts on.

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Stalwarts honoured at Edwin Allen High
Attorney appeals against Judicial Review decision
Survival of our wetlands is crucial to life
Five appetite-control foods
Gov't to assist Kilancholly family - Financial support and counselling to be provided

Business


Air J to suspend Houston service
FOUR YEARS after it commenced operations to Houston, Texas, the national air carrier, Air Jamaica, yesterday announced that it will suspend service to that destination, effective April 3, 2005.

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Hague hits 50
Farmers must be commended
Food court for the half-century

Sport


Pagon closes in on ton
ST. ELIZABETH: OPENER DONOVAN Pagon will resume his innings 12 short of his first century for Jamaica today after honours were evenly shared on the opening day of the hosts' fifth round Carib Beer Series ...

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Another designer steroid discovered
More money for relays

Commentary


Deepening relations
THE VISIT by the Vice President of the People's Republic of China, Mr. Zeng Qinghong to Jamaica as part of a wider Caribbean tour is a welcome development with more than a few significant implications. As Mr. Zeng observed on his arrival in Kingston...

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Spelling Bee, the parents and schools
The morality of gambling
Politics going back to the future

Letters


Letter of the Day - Gov't by trial and error
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE GOVERNMENT'S latest move to increase the minimum wage has caused me to become very concerned about the quality of governance in Jamaica

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Sign off on campaign, Mr McKenzie
What is happiness?
How do we change?
Bring back hanging
Regional insularity revisited

Entertainment


CARNIVAL 2K5 launched
SUPREME VENTURES launched what promises to be a new, improved and very exciting carnival season on Monday.

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Year-long Marley celebrations on

Food Safety


RED BOUNTY
AT THE Falmouth market in Trelawny, a pound of tomatoes sells for $20. The same goes at the Morant Bay market in St. Thomas.

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Have your way with tomatoes
Sun-dried tomatoes
From farmer's son to JAS president





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