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Stabroek News

published: Thursday | March 3, 2005
Lead Stories


Democracy at work - Most Jamaicans see the PNP leadership race as a good thing
A MAJORITY of Jamaicans believe the current leadership race in the People's National Party (PNP) is healthy for the party, according to a recent survey...

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Criminals take control of PRIDE scheme in St James
Shocking report on sex crimes: More than 900 J'can children abused in 2004
Touch of France for Hilton Kgn Hotel
PNP brawl in 'St Bess'
Re-verification of voters list to cost EoJ nearly $500m
Alleged drug kingpin's home raided
Another 'Gideon Warrior' nabbed

News


Britain supports JCF reform strategy
ON THE day Scotland Yard detective Mark Shields began work as Assistant Commis-sioner in the Jamaica Constab-ulary Force (JCF), British Deputy High Commissioner Phil Sinkinson offered his country's commitment to the force as well as its...

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Ignore the DJ's - Commissioner
Rid the Force of lazy cops says Hill
Police pulled from Transport Authority

Business


'US economy sound'
REUTERS: THE U.S. economy is growing at a "reasonably good pace," Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said yesterday, but he warned dangerous budget deficits must be fixed, preferably through spending cuts...

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Court overturns million-dollar ruling against Microsoft

Sport


Samuels and Gayle return for B'dos clash
WEST INDIES batsmen Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels, along with Gareth Breese, have been included in Jamaica's 16-man squad for their ninth round Carib Beer Series match against defending champions Barbados, that is scheduled to start...

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St George's hold off Bull Bay
JFF treasurer resigns
Best here to keep it 'jiggy'

Commentary


Davies' pre-budget jig
AT A sitting of a special parliamentary committee to preview the 2005/2006 national budget, Dr. Omar Davies, Minister of Finance, danced around a number of taxation issues raised by recommendations of the Matalon Tax Committee and some penetrating...

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Tribute to Justice James Kerr
And when you gonna get some food?

Letters


LETTER OF THE DAY - Should MPs live in their constituencies?
THE EDITOR, Sir: AS I think about political representation in Jamaica, and the notion of the member of Parliament residing in the constituency that he represents, I wonder ...

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Golding's economic policy
Cutting the umbilical cord
Firearm Act ­ long overdue
Our leaders lack thought
Gleaner ­ a champion

Entertainment


Roti fest: Great success
IN DEFIANCE of the heat and dust of Sunday, the Roti Festival 2005 made a decent start to what could grow into an interesting foray into Indian and Jamaican-Indian culture. The festival was staged by the National Council for Indian...

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Barrels of laughter at Priscilla's
Creating 'wearable' art

food


Mexican chilli with a Texas twang - Beef chilli cook-in: Making a mean bowl of red
IN THE U.S. contestants at chilli cook-offs often travel long distances to the competitions, where they closely guard their secret ingredients and special techniques in hopes

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Xango: Another health drink?





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