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published: Tuesday | July 31, 2007

Lead Stories


More promises - Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) unveils plans for offshore banking centre
LEADER OF the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), Bruce Golding, yesterday unveiled a plethora of proposals in the party's manifesto to create a more business-friendly environment, targeting job-creating investments, chief among them being an offshore business centre...

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Solutrea withdraws million-dollar venture
SISTREN - The Theatre Collective - Women's group brings healing through the performing arts
A mad escape - Alleged madman shoots three cops, then flees
Mayor Lee unsure about Portmore as 15th parish of Jamaica

News


Promises in the pipeline - Craigmill residents irritated by long wait for water
What' not working? - Residents of Craigmill in north-west Portland have been waiting by their taps, watching, longing for a drop of water to signal a change in fortunes. But it will be a while yet before citizens there will gush with joy.

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A rough road for Paulwell
Housing shortage, training facilities: an MP's priority
45 MILESTONES
Explore Africa's wild side

Business


Number one in print!
Last week, the Advertising Agencies Association of Jamaica presented the Gleaner Company Ltd. with the Best Print Media Award for outstanding services to the advertising community. The newspaper was also the runner-up for the Overall Media of the Year.

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National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) workshop for shipping industry

Sport


Hunte vows to change the image of West Indies Cricket Board (WICB)
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC): New regional cricket chief Julian Hunte has promised to redefine the image of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and to institute changes to make it relevant."Our stakeholders represented by the Caribbean cricket supporters...

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Jamaica draw
Diamond-seeking Powell targets stadium record
Cricket clinic bowls off at Kensington
Outsiders crash Pick-9
Five claimed
FROM THE BOUNDARY - Well played, youngsters, well done, Downswell
India eye victory

Commentary


EDITORIAL - The elevation of Mr Ramnarine
Time will tell whether Julian Hunte, the new president of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), has played a masterful strike by co-opting Dinanath Ramnarine to the directorship of the board.There are likely to be few people in the West Indies who would feel otherwise...

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It's better to forgive than to retaliate
Don't change course, Madam PM

Letters


LETTER OF THE DAY - The emancipation needed in education
The Editor, Sir: There are several valid concerns raised in the article on 'Emancipating our youth' in Sunday's Gleaner. Permit me to comment on the form of emancipation that is needed in education. Before starting any journey, one must have a vision of the destination...

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In defence of the power of prayer
A tribute to Lloyd Wright
Listen to the builders
NOTE-WORTHY - Access to beaches

Entertainment


Patrons party like there was no tomorrow at 'Yesterday'
Nineties music junkies had their fill at Heineken Yesterday held at Mas Camp in New Kingston on Saturday. At approximately 12:30 a.m., scores of patrons streamed in the venue that was almost empty 30 minutes prior. It was also a night of high fashion and the ladies...

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'Love Games' takes Centerstage




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