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Celebrating Tivoli High School players.

Tivoli join Haile Selassie in Walker Cup final

Tivoli High School are in the ISSA/Digicel Walker Cup final after defeating St George's College 1-0 in their semi-final this afternoon at Stadium East Field. Dwayne Johnson scored in the 26th minute to give Tivoli High a chance at their first...
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Bahamas surpasses its 2021 murder tally

NASSAU, Bahamas, CMC – The Bahamas has recorded 120 murders so far this year, surpassing the entire 2021 figure of 119. Police said that a man who appeared to be in his mid-20s was found with gunshot wounds on Monday. The police said they...
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Former Prime Minister Bruce Golding.

30-DAY SOE ON TABLE Premium

With the Opposition blocking the Government’s attempt to extend the current states of emergency (SOEs) beyond two weeks, former Prime Minister Bruce Golding says a constitutional amendment could be considered to allow for an initial period of up to...
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Judge laments ‘all kinds of drug exportation cases’ in St James Premium

WESTERN BUREAU: Parish Court Judge Kaysha Grant has lamented St James’ status as a haven for drug activity in recent years, particularly the trafficking and distribution of cocaine through ports and mail. “This is the parish that we have seen all...
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Dr Jason Toppin

Heartbeat of surgery Premium

Consultant anaesthesiologist Dr Suzanne McDonald’s eyes welled with tears not once, but twice last week as she talked about a patient who she fought hard to save - but failed, and another for whom she could do nothing but sit with him until he...
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Frenchman Kylian Mbappe celebrates at the end of the World Cup Group D  match between France and Denmark, at the Stadium 974 in Doha, Qatar last Saturday.

‘Brazil, France and Spain are the main contenders’ Premium

With two rounds of matches completed most of the groups at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar are evenly poised with a number of teams, including some tournament favourites, in danger of an early exit. Three fancied countries have already advanced...
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There is a thirst for table tennis – JTTA president Premium

Speaking at last Saturday’s President’s Trophy table tennis tournament, JTTA President Andrew Lue said there was what he described as a thirst for the sport. Lue was led to that conclusion by the level of support and the enthusiasm of the...
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In this photo taken on Sunday, November 27, a protester reacts as he is arrested by policemen during a protest on a street in Shanghai, China.

China eases COVID rules after wide protests

Chinese authorities eased some antivirus rules, but affirmed their severe ‘zero COVID’ strategy on Monday after protesters demanded President Xi Jinping resign in the biggest show of opposition to the ruling Communist Party in decades. The...
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Grace hikes prices on food Premium

Grace Foods and Services, the manufacturing and distribution arm of GraceKennedy Limited, has implemented price increases on some of its goods, effective Monday, November 21. The adjustments on multiple products reflect price hikes of about 5 per...
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The always suave Big Youth connected with his audience.

Vintage show Stars ‘R’ Us returns with a bang

When an icon like Beres Hammond has an event as one of his “must attend”, then clearly something is very right. Hammond was numbered among the fans who were present at last Saturday night’s staging of Stars ‘R’ Us at the Ranny Williams Centre on...
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Kim Kardashian and Ye settle divorce, averting custody trial

LOS ANGELES ( AP ): Kim Kardashian and Ye have reached a settlement in their divorce, averting a trial that had been set for next month, court documents filed Tuesday showed. The former couple and their attorneys filed documents asking for a...
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Editorial | How will the jobs gap be filled?

The good news from the Planning Institute of Jamaica’s (PIOJ) recent quarterly review of the island’s economy was that it remained on a growth path. For the three months up to the end of September, real output increased by an estimated 4.3 per cent...
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Andrés Constantin | CARICOM’s front-of-package labelling conundrum

It has been four years since the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) began discussions on the adoption of a front-of-package labelling system to protect population health in the region. As a public- and global-health lawyer, I can confidently...
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Letter of the Day | Why are patties so expensive?

THE EDITOR, Sir: On a recent visit to a leading patty establishment in Kingston, I noticed that the prices of patties have increased – from $240 to $250. I am not sure what is the justification for this latest upward movement in price. What I am...
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Is interfaith logical?

THE EDITOR, Sir: The article in The Sunday Gleaner titled ‘Interfaith is the way of the future’ by Baba Heru Ishakamusa Menelik is as fuzzy as it is novel. According to the dictionary, interfaith is defined as “relating to or between different...
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WHO renames monkeypox as ‘Mpox’, citing racism concerns

LONDON (AP): The World Health Organization has renamed monkeypox as ‘mpox’, citing concerns that the original name of the decades-old animal disease could be construed as discriminatory and racist. The UN.health agency said in a statement on Monday...
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Country under violent gang rule, nearly 3,000 deaths

PORT-AU-PRINCE (HCNN/CMC): Several thousand people have been gunned down in Haiti this year as a result of violence caused by heavily armed gangs calling the shots in the capital’s poor and densely populated slum areas, in complete defiance of the...
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Senator Janice Allen and opposition spokesperson in the Ministry of Tourism led the opening of ACF’s Montego Bay location as master of ceremonies.

Something Extra |Tuesday

Specialising in decorative concrete finishes that add beauty and utility to your space, Amazing Concrete Finishes Ltd (ACF) officially opened its second location, a 400-square-foot facility complete with a showroom and ready-mix plant, in Montego...

The ‘function’ that led to love and happiness

When Latoya Maitland attended a family function at her cousin’s house in 2010, the last thing she expected to find was love. But a chance encounter with invited guest Naphtali Greaves, a military man back then, sparked a budding romance for Latoya...
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MTS supports Jamaica’s first ship-to-ship fuel transfer

Maritime & Transport Services Limited (MTS), a member of the Shipping Association of Jamaica, has supported Jamaica’s first ship-to-ship bunkering exercise of a vessel that is fuelled by liquefied natural gas...
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