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published: Thursday | November 29, 2007


Lead Stories


Portia plunges - Golding the more popular politician in Jamaica
Opposition Leader Portia Simpson Miller has plummeted from being Jamaica's most popular politician and is now living in the shadow of Prime Minister Bruce Golding. According to the findings of the most recent Gleaner-commissioned Bill Johnson polls, conducted on November 24 and 25...

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Jury not sure - Delivers open verdict on Woolmer's death
'It is not nice to discriminate'
'Smooth running for local government polls'
Industrial action at Sangster International
Tighter security for St William Grant Park
Local Government Election Watch - JLP may reclaim Portland
Courts reduce sentence on security guard robbers
HOTTEST TOPICS ON THE COCKTAIL CIRCUIT

News


Vendor 'Billy' preparing for Christmas
It's getting pretty close to Christmas and, like any prudent shoes and sunglasses peddler, William Williams, who quite sensibly has been going by the moniker 'Billy' since he was a child, is making big preparations. "How you mean, man? Den mi nuh mus prepare up fi di Chrismus?...

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Promising results at Montego Bay High
Give with caution this Christmas - Con men seeking donation for fake church programmes
Holness wants Grade Four test to go national
Preventing motor vehicle theft during the holidays
Jamaica elected to be member of International Maritime Organisation (IMO)

Business


Jamaica National Small Business Limited (JNSBL) disburses $4b in loans over seven years
The Jamaica National Small Business Limited (JNSBL) has paid out more than $4.4 billion in loans to small business operators since its inception seven years ago. "Our objectives are to create new jobs and maintain existing ones; to support the development of the Jamaican micro-enterprise...

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Collister to join ATL Group
Tools for effective networking

Sport


Big guns through to semis
WESTERN BUREAU: DEFENDING CHAMPIONS Glenmuir, Ben Francis Knockout champions Garvey Maceo, the competition's most successful team, Cornwall College, and the team of the '80s, Rusea's, captured the four semi-final places in the daCosta Cup following yesterday's final round of quarter-final....

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Bad draw for Rum Talk
Malcolm stars at Caymanas Park
Collymore left out of S Africa tour
FROM THE BOUNDARY - What's the matter with the stadium in Trelawny?
Skipper Malik in doubt for Test
Asafa takes training Down Under
Portmore cruise past August Town
AC Milan, Chelsea advance
The sun has set on England's hopes

Commentary


EDITORIAL - Search students for weapons
If Sylvester Anderson is correct about the inability of school administrators to search students for weapons, then, as he proposes, the policy ought to be changed.In fact, we would insist on far more robust arrangements for security at schools, including having students in at-risk...

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A week of woes
Gov't secrets and the dollar
NOTE-WORTHY: Councillors being bribed?

Letters


LETTER OF THE DAY - Time to save Kingston
The Editor, Sir: The editorial of Tuesday, November 27, touched me considerably. I have long mourned the death of Kingston as a place to shop, for amusement and for relaxation. When I was growing up in Kingston in the 1940s and '50s, my brother and I would take a tramcar...

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Ken Jones is confused
Wake up; face the music
Promote literacy this Christmas
Passive parents passing buck
Mountain View's pain

Entertainment


Time to say goodbye - High Society trio calls it quits
All good things must come to an end as High Society calls it quits on the party scene. For the last 10 years Garth Walker, Leighton Davis and Jodi Myrie have dominated party planing as founders of High Society, organiser of events such as 'Special Delivery' and 'Fabulous 500'.

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Something extra...

What's Cooking


Red Label Wine Christmas cake contest
Keep those entries coming for the Red Label Wine Christmas Cake Contest. Share your special recipe with Food readers and our expert panel of judges will return with the verdict in our J. Wray & Nephew Red Label Christmas Cake Contest....

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BARBADOS setting another tone
Ceramics and cooking: A natural connection
Ahh ... pasta!
Best Christmas memory


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