Sun | Mar 29, 2015

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Calabar and Edwin Allen retained their respective boys and girls' titles at the Inter-Secondary School Sports Association (ISSA)/ GraceKennedy Boys and Girls' Athletics Championships inside a rocking National Stadium last night, with contrasting...

Meat from Riverton dump on sale downtownFor years vendors have been illegally peddling meat openly on the streets of downtown Kingston, but it has come to the attention of The Sunday Gleaner that the practice is even more unhygienic than what meets...

Almost two weeks before United States President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit the island, the Government has rolled out a major road repaving programme across sections of the Corporate Area.The project covers much of the route Obama is expected...

"I'm very passionate about what I do because I'm a child of God, a born-again Christian; committed, dedicated, and whatever I do, God must get the glory. I do not lean upon my own understanding," Detective Sergeant Ava Lindo told The Sunday Gleaner...

Hang on to something, folks! This year's Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls' Athletics Championships is going down to the wire.The heavyweights, defending champions Calabar High, and their bitter rivals,...

Barbara Gloudon has hosted her last 'Hotline' programme after 28 years on the RJR daytime call-in show.Signs of turmoil with 'Hotline' began to emerge recently when Gloudon unexpectedly walked off the live programme in early February. She later...

Like the rest of the world, Jamaica is an increasingly difficult place to be in the media business. In this environment, The Gleaner group, with the strength of its balance sheet, has remained profitable as it responds to challenges posed by rapidly...

Kevin Tapper, one of the six musicians arrested and charged in connection with a cocaine bust at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, had his sentencing postponed when he appeared in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court...

The country's business leaders are urged to come forward to mentor young technology entrepreneurs benefiting from the Government's 'Start Up Jamaica' (SUJ) initiative.The call came from State Minister for Science, Technology, Energy and Mining...

THE CLERK to the Houses of Parliament will be moving to discontinue the matter concerning membership in the Senate, which concerned the unlawful exclusion of Dr Christopher Tufton and Arthur Williams from the Upper House of Parliament."Having read...
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