Without a trace

A 16-year-old boy, believed to have been forcibly removed from his home in Tivoli Gardens by members of the security forces, is one of three persons who have vanished almost five months after the military-led operation...

Tax hurts tourism

Western Bureau: The United Kingdom imposed Air Passenger Duty (APD) is having a devastating effect on arrivals to the Caribbean, British Airways Chief Executive Officer Willie Walsh revealed yesterday ...

Dismal Reggae Boyz still take it

DESPITE an error-filled display, Jamaica's Reggae Boyz were still good enough to beat Caribbean arch-rivals, Trinidad and Tobago, 1-0 in a friendly international football match at the National Stadium last evening....

'Jamaica needs God's guidance to move forward'

WESTERN BUREAU: A local pastor has called for Jamaica to turn back to receiving instruction and guidance from God instead of relying only on human wisdom if it is to make any progress as a nation. The Reverend Milton...

August Town records show decrease in crime, violence

Liaison officer for the University of the West Indies Township Programme and August Town resident Kenneth Wilson says the St Andrew community has seen a drastic reduction in crime and violence. UWI officials hope to continue this partnership...

Ballistics report slows Keith Clarke probe

Ballistics tests are being done on more than 75 firearms that were taken from members of the security forces who were part of the operation which ended in the death of businessman Keith Clarke....

Tense final hours ahead for Chilean miners

SAN JOSE MINE, Chile (AP): A smooth-walled path to daylight awaited 33 trapped miners yesterday as they entered the tense final hours of a two-month odyssey christened in the terror of collapsing rock deep under a Chilean mountain....

Road woes in St Catherine hills

The rains associated with tropical storm Nicole have left many persons in the upper reaches of St Catherine greatly inconvenienced. The roads leading to many of these communities have been badly affected by land slippage and erosion....

Westmoreland neglected, says Buchanan

EASTERN WESTMORELAND Member of Parliament (MP), Luther Buchanan, has accused the Bruce Golding administration of mingling in nepotism in its handling of recovery efforts following the aftermath of the recent heavy rains associated with Tropical storm Nicole...

Fight for Cuba Symbolic but important

Opposition spokesman on Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Anthony Hylton, wants Parliament to yet again debate the impact of the United States-imposed economic embargo on Cuba.Hylton wants Parliament to help the Government inform the United Nations...

An 'extravagant' feeling

There is a common thread linking Westmoreland and St James in The Gleaner's Children's Own Spelling Bee competition.Camara Webber, who won the Westmoreland trophy for Haddo Primary a year ago, last Thursday took it home...

After hard work ... she finally won

Enthusiasm and jubilation swept the Sean Lavery Faith Hall like a contagious disease last Friday evening.There were cheers, screams and hugs aplenty from a gracious winner, an exuberant champion boy and an ecstatic school society.

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Dance turns deadly Orville Alexander, a 35-year-old farmer of Thornton district, St Elizabeth, was on Saturday night stabbed to death at a dance in his community.

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