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published: Monday | January 29, 2007

Lead Stories


Montego Bay cops kill five - Cite major dent in gang operations
WESTERN BUREAU: The police say they have dented the operations of the Collin Palmer gang, based in Tucker/Irwin, St. James, following the fatal shooting of five members in Montego Bay, yesterday. The men were reportedly killed in confrontations...

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Jamaican-born scientist gets top award
Prime Minister of Jamaica slams $10m travel bill report
The passionate advocate
Munroe lobbies for the disabled
Golding blasts Dabdoub - Says former colleague lacks ability, capacity to champion campaign financing
A Yankee's view of cricket beyond the boundary
Learning to live with low 'sugar'
Call me Mister Tea
Spain funds study on training for tourism industry

News


Chemical castration for repeat sex offenders?
Should repeat sex offenders be offered the option of voluntary chemical castration to eliminate or drastically reduce their unwhole-some urge? Sharon Hay-Webster, the Member of Parliament for South Central St. Catherine, believes this option...

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Fellowship Primary undisputed champs of Portland title
Daniel in the lion's den again
17 alleged prostitutes arrested on 'Back Road'
Haitians nabbed in marijuana busts
Earthquake simulation plans in high gear
Church urged to be risk-takers
Application process open for better community competition
More concerns arise about air conditioning over capacity at Sandals Whitehouse
Jamaica Post advances 'business mail' concept
PNP caretaker accuses Robinson of poor representation

Business


Jazz fest sings the blues
WESTERN BUREAU: Air Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival organisers, Turn Key Productions, and their vendors paid heavily for the four-hour traffic congestion patrons were subjected to Friday night, with some 4,000 customers opting not to attend...

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Cement Co accused of failing to honour deal
Highway pace worries Montego Bay group

Sport


Collymore destroys Jamaica
The race is not for the swift, and with three days to go, it is not impossible that Jamaica could recover and win the regional Carib Beer cricket series match against Barbados in progress at Chedwin Park.

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Lara urges Samuels to be consistent
Boys' Town on target
Waterhouse sneak past JDF
Arsenal snatch 1-1 draw
Fine-tuning security exercises get under way
Federer lands a perfect 10
Tivoli too hot for Santos

Commentary


EDITORIAL - Social factors and human trafficking
IT IS good that the Government has now brought to Parliament legislation, passed by the Senate on Friday, setting out specific offences and penalties for trafficking in human beings.

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CCJ: recalling the debate
Where do the children play?
Living in hell

Letters


LETTER OF THE DAY - Plea to tackle Trench Town squalor
THE EDITOR, Sir: I refer to an alarming article that appeared in The Sunday Gleaner, dated January 21, captioned, 'Neglected: Trench Town residents living in squalor'. Let me hasten to point out that my astonishment is not necessarily that...

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Questionable crime plans
Ocho Rios - Where is the police?
A matter of honour
Weapons for the underworld

Entertainment


Mixed bag as reggae intrudes on jazz
Western Bureau: On a night in which reggae invaded jazz's space, the expected spark was missing as while a few acts were good, Friday night's penultimate night of the 2007 Air Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival was lukewarm at best.

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Wayne Wonder - Simply smooth
Winston Blake connects pay and airplay

Flair


Mario Guthrie the medical doctor, the singer
Dr. Mario Guthrie, has done what many would consider irrational and put his medical career on hold to pursue his first passion - music. Dr. Guthrie, in his mid-twenties, last did duties at the Bustamante Children's Hospital as an accident...

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Delroy's new beat
Enforcing maintenance orders made in the Supreme Court
Joe the taxi man: Sex for money
DC Designs by Dwayne Cunningham
Poetic by Ike Francis
Vitamin pill for prostate cancer
Spotlight on cricket team captains
And the two became one

International


IRAQ - Soldiers kill 250 militants
NAJAF (Reuters): United States and Iraqi forces killed some 250 gunmen from an apocalyptic Muslim cult yesterday in a battle involving U.S. tanks and aircraft near the Shi'ite holy city of Najaf, Iraqi police, army and political sources said.

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GUADELOUPE: Royal vows to lead mixed-race France
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ISRAEL: Jews won't forget
UNITED STATES - Net widens for illegals


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