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published: Friday | November 5, 2004
Lead Stories


JLP in a pickle
Party conference cancelled

THE JAMAICA Labour Party (JLP) last night cancelled its annual conference scheduled for this weekend, after a High Court judge refused to overturn an injunction filed by JLP leadership contender Pearnel Charles, to halt tomorrow's...

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Trinidad, Ja sign oil pact
Foreign national pleads not guilty to public mischief
Young minds debate crime in Parliament
Arafat battles for life

News


JFJ accuses government of cover-up
DR. CAROLYN Gomes, executive director of the human rights lobby group Jamaicans For Justice (JFJ), yesterday accused the government of colluding with elements of the security forces to prevent the administration of justice in...

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Major roadwork for Portland, St Thomas
Jamaica unveils first heavy-duty travel lift system
Iguana breeding a success story
Key Club gets royal proclamation

Business


Red Stripe's price increases could dampen sales
RED STRIPE is now expecting a decline in sales on the domestic market as a result of the recent price increases on some of its products, says marketing director...

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More taxes likely says Ross
THE D,B and G stock market at a glance:
Stock tips

Sport


More bucks from Burrell
THE CAPTAIN'S Bakery continued its march into local football by announcing sponsorships worth $7.65 million yesterday...

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H View post first-leg victory
FROM THE BOUNDARY:
A wonderful tournament, a few promising youngsters
Morris captures top prize at the UWI Golf Classic

Commentary


Urgency of energy conservation
PRIME MINISTER P.J. Patterson threw into sharp focus last night, the spiralling fuel costs and the immediate and potential impacts on the Jamaican economy. His stark reminder is that the annual cost of importing oil is now nearly US$950 million or three.

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It's the bullet, not the ballot
Thanks for that tourist tax
Bridging the credibility gap
FLASHBACK: New phase in Iraq

Letters


LETTER OF THE DAY
Ja needs political maturity

THE EDITOR, Sir: ONCE AGAIN, the American electorate has shown Jamaica and the rest of the world how to conduct themselves throughout an election season. Though the Republican...

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NOTEWORTHY
Insulting the democratic process
Would your vote make a difference?

Entertainment


Music fits mood of 'After the Sunset'
After a successful career of stealing the world's most coveted gems and jewels, Max Burdett decides to retire. Along with lover and fellow thief Lola Cirillo, he jets off to live it up...

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Where to go: Theatre, Parties and Gospel
Steven de Souza scripts success


How can you help Jamaica now?
The Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) has established a 'Recovery Fund' to help aid Jamaica's recovery after Hurricane Ivan.Under the fund Jamaicans and friends of Jamaica can send contributions to help rebuild Jamaica via JNBS outlets for free. [ more ]





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