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Crown him again - Bolt reclaims World Champs title despite sore legs

MOSCOW, Russia: Freshly minted 100m World champion Usain Bolt is delighted to have regained the title he lost two years ago, but admitted disappointment at not testing his own 9.58-second world record in the 100m final at the IAAF World Championships in Athletics...

Small HWT crowd marks Bolt victory

The crowd that gathered in Half-Way Tree, St Andrew, yesterday afternoon was disappointing, but the outcome of the 100m men's final at the IAAF World Championships in Athletics in Moscow, Russia, was great for Jamaica, which...

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Parents on hunt for books as new school year approaches

WITH THE new school year less than one month away, parents are out in their numbers trying to secure books and stationery for their children.Many have found the cost for books too high and, in some cases, way above levels that the education ministry had...

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Sports»

'I had to take the opportunity - Carter

MOSCOW, Russia: Highly regarded as one of the best lead-off relay runners in the world, Jamaican sprinter Nesta Carter, who has helped Jamaica to two Olympic gold 4x100m gold medals, has never managed to turn his obvious...

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Tech business

Keeping employees connected using CUG - Within a business, mobile communication among employees and employers can rack up a pretty penny...

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Entertainment»

TGIT to boost Clarendon Entertainment

The Emancipation and Independence party season might be over. However, the summer is still in full swing and Clarendon-based promoters, Team Enigma, are gearing up to add their touch to what has been an exciting August ...

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Commentary»

From rags to wretches

Drawings depicting periods covering slavery and Emancipation commonly showed slaves wearing rags (tattered clothing). They were physically and mentally enslaved for many centuries. Betrayed by their own kind...

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Letters»

Wise up about cybercrimes

THE EDITOR, Sir:I humbly agree with the view that Jamaicans should take extra caution when accessing the Internet in public spaces, as they could be scammed of their personal information such as email accounts, passwords and personal data.However, it is...

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Love at first sight

Graphic and airbrush artist Marlon Spencer met media manager at Ian Randle Publishers Lisa-Marie Clunis, last April, under circumstances that could only be described as serendipitous.They immediately fell in love, and one month into their relationship...

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