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published: Tuesday | January 22, 2008


Lead Stories


'I forgive him' - Mother of accused man pardons confessor
Western Bureau: June Campbell, the woman whose son a detective constable confessed in court to fabricating evidence against, says she has forgiven the repentant cop and wishes him well in his new life in Christ. "I am happy that he has confessed because my son had always insisted...

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Anti-corruption head says plea bargaining for cops coming soon
VOXPOP
UK forensic scientist sits in on 'Tivoli 5' autopsies
Mom killed after taking children to school
'Poor health care snuffing out young lives'
Lightbourne to review Evidence Act
Police academy head blasts cops
Captured Stone Crusher boss to be grilled

News


June deadline for Palisadoes improvements
Transport and Works Minister Mike Henry is optimistic that the current conditions affecting the Palisadoes road in Kingston will be improved before the start of the next hurricane season on June 1. The Palisadoes strip is the only access route to the Norman Manley International...

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Jamaica: The archipelago
Tyrone's Watch ...Molynes malaise - Rundown Sundown, Mimosa and Bay Farm among rockiest roads
Double murder accused back in court Friday
'Support for children woefully inadequate'
No rest for the narcotics division in '07
Barack, best chance...African American college professor supports Obama

Business


US recession fears sink global markets
Asian and European stock markets plunged Monday following declines on Wall Street last week amid investor pessimism over the United States government's stimulus plan to prevent a recession.India's benchmark stock index tumbled 7.4 per cent, while Hong...

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LA Times editor fired in budget dispute
Jamaica Customs Department presents Customs Week 2008

Sport


Injury sends Gayle packing - Lloyd says Windies will miss opener's 'excellent skills'
CAPE TOWN, South Africa (CMC):Captain Chris Gayle has been ruled out of the remainder of the West Indies' One-Day International tour of South Africa after failing to recover in time from a broken thumb. The powerful left-handed opening batsman and off-spin bowler sustained the injury...

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Bennett predicts tough job for Jamaica selectors
Kingston Beer adds some spirit to Waterhouse
Ardenne maintain win streak
Ivory Coast beat Nigeria
Upsetters fail to save Pick-9
Claiming activity intensifies
FROM THE BOUNDARY: Spin bowlers - the lepers in West Indies cricket
Harbour View slip to fourth
Ball to roll for 'Corntail'
No-result, but T&T upbeat

Commentary


EDITORIAL - Finance schemes need deeper study
It offers no comfort to know, as has been reported by the Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CaPRI), that the bulk of the people who have put money in the unregulated investment schemes which abound in Jamaica are from the middle class rather than the poor or very poor....

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The changing face of CARICOM
A courageous sermon
NOTE-WORTHY - Buses for nurses

Letters


LETTER OF THE DAY - The PM's residence should be downtown
The Editor, Sir: You hit all the right notes in your Editorial on the Government's proposal for redevelopment projects in downtown Kingston. It is hard not to be sceptical of this latest incarnation of the oft-proposed - never realised - idea of a restored capital city....

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Gospel roleas aftermath
Likely sequel to confession
Alternative work arrangements
Condoms in school can do no good
Apology and retraction

Entertainment


'Cats' lives again - colourfully
While cats reputedly have a mere nine lives, the T.S. Eliot - Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats has tens of thousands. Since 1981, it has played in more than 120 cities in four continents, 138 times on Broadway alone. One of those 120 cities is Kingston, Jamaica...

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Music to seduce the soul
Something extra
Theatre spotlight - Great acts lined up for 'Telling We Own Story'
Murphy, Edmonds split - she refused to sign prenuptial agreement
Winehouse heading to Jamaica for Bob Marley inspiration
Lupe Fiasco gains mainstream success


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