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published: Tuesday | October 7, 2003
Lead Stories


Risky behaviour
MANY HIGH school students are putting themselves at risk for sexually-transmitted illnesses (STIs) including HIV/AIDS, despite having good knowledge of how to prevent infection, a recent survey is showing.

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The NTCS saga - 'Collective decision, collective blame'
Violence costing Gov't
'Effect preventative measures to curb violence'
Negligence, blunder, breaches
Portia, Golding the front runners
Notice braces for vendors' fury

News


Upgrade plans for MoBay market
WESTERN BUREAU: KEY PLAYERS in the tourism industry have set in motion a plan-of-action for overhauling and improving the profitability of craft markets in Montego Bay, St. James. December 1 is the deadline for implementation of the plan.

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Insurance scheme for pensioners on the way
Christian confab for MoBay
Seaga blasts party councillors
Glester Rowe - Honouring a true hero
Delford George Morgan - Rising from the clutches of poverty
Nella Perrier - A remarkable success story
Enid Millicent Hendrick
From rags to riches

Sport


Wolmer's win tough clash at Ardenne
A HIGH level of confidence was what took Wolmer's to a 1-0 victory over hosts Ardenne in their Pepsi-Sports Plus Manning Cup football match yesterday.

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Windwards, Leewards showdown
JCA pledge full support for Griffith
Big carryover in exotic bets
Griffiths is the most effective Ja jockey
Ja's batsmen lighting up Red Stripe Bowl

Commentary


The will to win
WE ARE in danger of losing the fight against violent crime. Last week's events in Temple Hall and elsewhere make this clear. The Commissioner of Police confesses failure.

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To all gunmen
The political system is a vampire
Street pastors and crime-fighting

Letters


Sick and tired of extortion issues
THE EDITOR, Sir: MAY I use this medium to direct some suggestions to the Prime Minister with regard to the unsavoury topic of extortion.

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Medical account needed
Difficulty paying taxes
A total waste of money
This is not cricket
Monitoring deportees
What are the grounds for arrest?
Standardising bus fares
Be proud that you are black
Give credit to things Jamaican

Entertainment


Rekindling a J'can treasure
IN AN attempt to bring Devon House closer to its former opulence, the Devon House Development Company Limited, held Heritage Feast, a night of silver platter service.

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Jambalaya It's all in the mix!

The Shipping Industry


Trevor Riley named SAJ's general manager
T REVOR RILEY has been appointed general manager of the Shipping Association of Jamaica (SAJ).

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Seaboard Ja gets new CEO
Bioterrorism regulation takes effect

Mind &Spirit


A Ghanaian church built by Jamaicans
A LITTLE-KNOWN fact of Jamaican church history is that the Presbyterian Church in Ghana owes much of its origins to descendants of Jamaican families who went to that African nation a few years after slavery was abolished here.

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A perpetual DRAMA
The Jesuits! Who are they?




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