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Stabroek News

published: Monday | February 13, 2006
Lead Stories


United Church members worship in tent
THOUGH MOST of its brick structure was destroyed by a fire five days earlier, the North Street United Church still cut an imposing backdrop for pastor Reverend Pusey as he delivered his weekly sermon in the church's car park yesterday.

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Three die in car crash in Jamaica
'Youth dominate criminal activity'
Priests' double murder still baffles lawmen
Teenager drowns in Hermitage Dam
Policeman, civilians on robbery charge remanded
Caribbean to cough up big bucks

News


Repair funds flare-up cause adjurnment to sitting in Clarendon
CLARENDON: A flare-up, last Thursday, over the allocation of emergency repair funds, forced Milton Brown, chairman of the Clarendon Parish Council, to call for the immediate adjournment of the monthly sitting of the council.

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Road work approval in St Mary an injustice says Dawkins
Opposition senator calls for review of anti-corruption act
$500,000 for rodent eradication
Caribbean Media Exchange confab under way
Child gastro-enteritis cases on the rise at Bustamante Hospital
Lick the sugar problem

Business


THE MONDAY INTERVIEW: BASIL JOHNSON - Self-made and not slowing down
BASIL JOHNSON, founder and managing director of Montego Bay-based Discount Lumber & Hardware Limited, Discount Lumber Limited and Discount Mart Limited, is one of a number of self-made businessmen in Jamaica.

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Women and the investing arena

Sport


Boys' Town lift KO crown
TEN-MEN Boys' Town captured the Western Union Jackie Bell Knockout trophy with a hard fought 2-0 extra time win over Waterhouse at the National Stadium yesterday.

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Seba whip Reno 3-1
Excelsior poised to lift schoolgirls hockey title
Sir Viv slams Lara's absence from one-dayers
Impressive start for Tivoli All-Stars
Jamaica College look to lower the colours of St. Jago
DaCosta, Morgan double winners at Camperdown Classic
Sunderland grab late point

Commentary


Cartoons and press freedom
THE CARTOON is a modern derivative of caricature originating from the mid-18th century as an art form using satire to target social, political or even religious figures and institutions.

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The magic of bee pollen
Leadership is everything
Human rights for all

Letters


LETTER OF THE DAY - United Church was a monument to development
THE EDITOR, Sir: THERE ARE those in our society who continually berate the Church in Jamaica for not doing anything to ease the burden of our society. It is our opinion that the decriers themselves are not associated with any church.

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Spanish Town crisis: Government must lead
No interest in war
Weakness in our political system
'PNP using JLP plans'

Entertainment


Extended foreplay at 'Good Times'
IF SATURDAY night's 'Love Mi Lova Bad' edition of the 'Heineken Good Times' party series had been a lovemaking session, there would have been no complaints about lack of foreplay or fuming about the more climactic parts of the affair...

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What artistes think?
'Daylight Come' on new author

Flair


Faces of love - Pearline & Epel
PEARLINE WAS 19 and Epel was 21 when they met; he operated a shop and he saw her passing and felt Cupid's arrow. He wrote to her of his feelings but she said no; he was too fat for her. But she later reconsidered.

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The faces of love - Andre & Kerri-Ann
Still in love after 30 years - Albert & Sonia
The 'will' to love
Valentine's Day make-up checklist
LOVEMENU: A tantalising Valentine's meal
Why men hate Valentine's Day
Save with a new frame of mind this year!
Not worth the wait

Caribbean


HAITI: PRO-PREVAL PROTESTERS MARCH ON CAPITAL - Poll run-off looms
PORT-AU-PRINCE (AP): PROTESTS IN support of presidential favourite René Preval broke out in Haiti's capital yesterday as a slow vote count showed the former president and champion of the poor just shy of the 50 per cent margin he needs to win...

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TRINIDAD & TOBAGO: 'Bandits targeting anti-crime sky ship'

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