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published: Sunday | October 2, 2005
Lead Stories


Hope for hanging - Opposition changing its position?
AFTER AN almost two-decade sabbatical and a history of heated debates with no clear intention of when the next condemned person would go to the gallows, there is still hope for the resumption of hanging.

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2005 CXC results - Good news!
Let the vote begin! Phillips, Simpson Miller race for the finish
LEAD STORY - Jungle Justice! No surety in maximum security
UWI not accredited by University Council of Ja
Crime stifling Ja's progress - UN envoy
A new star rises
Maintenance Act explained
Revolutionising adult education through the Learning City (Pt. 1)

News


Taxi operators block road to Sangster Airport
INCENSED TAXI operators at the Sangster International Airport (SIA), Montego Bay used their vehicles to block the roadway to the facility, locking visitors and other airport users on the premises and cutting off traffic in and out of the city...

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Sympathetic, but not supportive
The politics of Vale Royal
Injustice, poverty breed populism
The remaking of a garrison - The Mountain View story

Business


Kingston's neighbourhoods: Drumblair
Real estate is the buzz word in Jamaica today. In keeping with our mandate to cover real estate matters for our readers, Sunday Business begins a regular series today featuring communities in the island's major urban areas.

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JMMB bats for risk management
Levy's passion for real estate
Dyoll to pay interim dividend

Sport


T&T hard pressed to repeat - Ganga
TRINIDAD AND Tobago captain Daren Ganga said yesterday that his 2004 champions will be hard pressed to repeat their victory at the 2005 President's Cup.

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Arthur wants end to WI contract squabbling
Lara appointed vice-captain of World XI one-day team
Commentary - One more problem for the WI board
Quarter-final clashes in Len Blake League
Portmore Netball League matches on today
Exciting cricket festival in the Sunshine City
LEAD - Top guns to clash
Francis shines at Caymanas
Jamaica College too good for Excelsior

Commentary


The killing fields
JUST UNDER 2,000 American troops have perished in Iraq since the 'invacupation' in 2003. In five days, 13 were killed. I don't have the data according to race and ethnicity but given that some 40 per cent of combatants are African American,...

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America has lost its spirit
Visions of a new Kingston - How poor planning has contributed to urban decay
Editorial - South St Andrew's shame

Letters


That's not JPS, Ms Ritch
THE EDITOR, Sir: PERMIT US space to respond to the article, 'A dereliction of public duty', by Dawn Ritch in the Sunday Gleaner of September 25, 2005. While we're disappointed by the general tone of the piece, we take this opportunity to correct some...

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Long live the IRA

Entertainment


Voices against violence
TAKE ACTION to take back our nation before it is too late. These are the sentiments which propelled the Ministry of Health and the newly formed Violence Prevention Alliance (VPA) to spearhead an initiative to use the entertainment industry as a channel...

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A Musgrave for Douglas Prout
Ben E King has been around

Arts &Leisure


Coming of age
THE COMPANY'S final performance of their 17th anniversary season of dance concluded on Sunday September 25. It was a scintillating night of movement, colour and vibrancy.

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A taste of excellence
Hooman fe maintain man, yes

Outlook


Errol Morrison - Professor on a mission of change
FORMERLY A senior member of the board of trustees of the health insurance provider, the professor of biochemistry and endocrinology was asked to bring his leadership skills and entrepreneurial talents to head the giant in medical insurance.

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Let's talk relationships - Just say No!
Doctor's advice - Will a breast operation ruin my sex life?
Treating acne nutritionally

In Focus


'WELCOME TO JAMROCK' - A phenomenon
DAMIAN MARLEY'S single, Welcome to Jamrock, is perhaps the most lyrically and rhythmically rich and poignant single since Capleton's Tour some years ago. It is not just a song. It is a phenomenon.

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Which part of 'mettle' do they not understand?
Oil and the problem it has caused Jamaica (Part 1)
The opposition in the Westminster system and the tradition of self-help
Is Portia a Jamaican Chavez?

Social


VMBS salutes Karl Wright
AS ONE era ends, so another begins. Karl Wright, for so long the man whose face has become synonymous with Victoria Mutual Building Society (VMBS), was saluted by friends and colleagues as he gracefully leaves the post.

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JEF honours its own
Kenny Benjamin's tranquil garden theatre

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