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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Tuesday | December 12, 2006

Prayer warriors grace vigil
AFTERNOON rains might have prompted the decision of many to stay away from Sunday night's 15th renewal of the National Prayer Vigil at King's House, St. Andrew. But nothing could dampen the spirits of the nation's political and church leaders...

'US economic model a threat to developing world'

Professor Manning Marable, widely regarded as the most feared black professor in the United States, says the neoliberal economic model being pursued by the U.S. and other developed countries is a threat ...


Britain's apology for slavery just not enough - Nettleford

Below is a statement from Professor Rex Nettleford, vice- chancellor Emeritus at the University of the West Indies, on the recent apologies for the participation of the United...


Man found dead in his apartment

Nine months after Peter King was murdered at his Waterloo Road home in St. Andrew, police on Sunday were summoned to an apartment believed to be owned by the former trade ambassador to investigate another murder.


Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) honours 'Mr Jamaica'

WESTERN BUREAU: The Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB), at a dinner and awards ceremony at Sandals Cay, Montego Bay, duly honoured former tour operator Jim Proctor, the man credited with generating the growth of the Canadian market to Jamaica, on Saturday...


Making noise in St Mary

IN THE aftermath of heavy rains that devastated sections of St. Mary on November 23, Port Maria Mayor Bobby Montague's angry protests seemed as loud as the roaring waters that damaged his parish.


VERGE: American drummer rocks on 'Goat Head'

AT THE age of eight, Nathan Sabanayagam got his first taste of reggae when he heard the live Babylon By Bus by Bob Marley and The Wailers and Peter Tosh's Wanted Dread and Alive.


TYRONE'S WATCH: Nightmare roads plague Kingston 8 - Potholes annoy motorists, provide cover for thieves

What's not working? - East, West and Lavant avenues in the Kingston 8 area are in dire need of repairs. East Avenue, which houses the headquarters of the Press Association of Jamaica (PAJ) and the other avenues especially Lavant...




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