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published: Sunday | May 8, 2005
Lead Stories


Flush them out!
Shields wants MPs' help; Not my duty! ­ some say

Deputy Commissioner of Police Mark Shields has called on Members of Parliament to lead the way in flushing out criminals from their constituencies...

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Gunman takes on police ... and loses
Mother in a million
J'cans among gang members arrested by Toronto police
Power of the diaspora

News


GLEANER EDITORS' FORUM: THE CHURCH ON CRIME
'No alternatives for these youth'

Recently, several pastors from churches in volatile communities were hosted at the Gleaner's Editors' Forum. Today we present excerpts from the sitting.

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Tired and frustrated
SELF-RELIANT JAMAICAN COMMUNITIES
Maroon enterprises
35 Haitian refugees leave

Business


Welcome to the automated attendant
Star Trek showed us long ago how to speak to computers. The cultist sci-fi series featured machine-human interaction through speech recognition software. Today, that sometimes still seems futuristic since we are more used to computer...

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Capital & Credit shows solid profits growth
Development Bank of Jamaica Producers skipping cheaper funds
Bankers respond to interest rates issue

Sport


S Africa strike first
THE DIGICEL one-day international series got off to a cracking start at Sabina Park yesterday with South Africa, in a magnificent batting display before a bumper crowd, knocking off the West Indies for a 1-0 lead... - Tony Becca

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WI set to shine says King
Smith demands apology from Bravo
Rizzi Lee humbles Formally Gold
Giacomo in major Derby shock

Commentary


Crime and political leadership
Last week's killing of three policemen is a direct attack on the Jamaican state and the Jamaican people. It is unprecedented in our entire post-independence history. Of all the gruesome homicides which have been committed in Jamaica over the years, these.

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Save the MoU!
Omar's 'samfie' budget
Mothers' roles
The MoU and the scorpion

Letters


LETTER OF THE DAY - Jamaica needs spine to fight crime
The Editor, Sir: A country, like a human being, needs a spine. Just as the human or other animal needs a spine around which muscles and ribs coalesce to give form and substance to bear its burden, so must the spine of the society operate....

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Time for a rebirth
Let pavements tell the tale
Use the soldiers

Entertainment


'Sleng Teng' turns 20
Sometimes we fail to see the value of what we have until outsiders pay attention to it, and our music is one of those underappreciated treasures...

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Rating beauty
A fashionable headboy
Kingsley Cooper looks back at the past
'Shakespeare to go'

Arts &Leisure


AUTO FOCUS
One of the most dominating influences of life today is the motor car: coveted by almost everyone, cramming our highways and byways, towns and cities to bursting point. At the same time, it is both a nuisance and something very enjoyable to...

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ART DIARY
Who let the dogs out?
Telling the Shearer story
Hartley Neita recounts the life of one of Jamaica's former Prime Ministers
Edna Manley College tutors in a joint exhibition

In Focus


Under siege!
Why criminals are so bold

I AM not surprised, alarmed or shocked at the brazen and ferocious attack on the security forces last week... - Ian Boyne

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Under siege!
A dangerous challenge for corporate Jamaica
UNDER SIEGE
A second exodus in the making
The burden of motherhood

Live Cricket Updates - new!!!

West Indies vs South Africa 1st & 2nd One Day Internationals


May 7 & 8, 2005

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