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published: Tuesday | October 4, 2005
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Police ultimatum - Federation plans action if wage demands are not met
THE POLICE Federation has given the Government until 10:30 this morning to deliver a suitable response to the Jamaica Constabulary Force's (JCF) demands for a wage increase, or face "swift and decisive action".

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Teachers stage march for peace in Arnett Gardens
'Nutrition team' to be formed for basic schools
Phipps presses G-G, Gov't to curb crime
Police force to get new ballistics-testing machine
MoBay accused fights to use conversation in court
Beware the citrus greening - Agri Ministry
'Richie Poo' appeals 30-year sentence

News


PM: Make UWI a regional force
PRIME MINISTER P.J.Patterson has challenged the University of the West Indies (UWI) to lead in intellectual thought and discourse on issues of regional importance, and support practical activities that will promote the closeness and integration...

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Strive to maintain your integrity - CCJ judge
St Lucian graduate student in China
CSEC WHIZ-KIDS - Jayvan the genius
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Finn, wife slain in Trelawny
New gadget cuts gas woes

Business


Top employer announcement in December
THE JAMAICA EMPLOYEE FEDERATION Employer Of Choice for is to be announced at a banquet to be held on Wednesday, December 7, 2005 at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel.

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Berger Paint adds colour to Expo 2005
Teachers' credit union growing
Terrific Thailand Exploring business possibilities
Textile wars spark revival for 'Made in Hong Kong'

Sport


US$28m deal for regional cricket
ST. JOHNS, Antigua: REGIONAL CRICKET got a timely shot in the arm yesterday when Antiguan businessman and developer, Allen Stanford, announced a US$28m sponsorship of a Caribbean Twenty/20 competition to be played at the picturesque Sticky Wicket Ground..

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Jamaica crushed by nine wickets
Lowe moves on Waterhouse
Wolmer's shut out Ascot
William Knibb take charge
FROM THE BOUNDARY - President Gordon's World Cup plan
Supreme Ventures puts up $5.5m for 2-y-o series
H View look to kick floundering habit
Jamaica take aim at WI full bore title

Commentary


Incentives for energy efficiency
RISING ENERGY costs have always been the reactive trigger for conservation measures which slacken off as soon as oil prices start declining. The Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) was itself established in 1979...

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Married but not 'parsoned'
British cops and beyond
Giant problems, pygmy solutions
How to grow old

Letters


LETTER OF THE DAY - More problems for Jamaican women
THE EDITOR, Sir: I WAS really surprised and alarmed to read that there is a proposed amendment to the Maintenance Act to allow men the right to claim maintenance from their wives or common-law spouses.

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Hanging is barbarous
Juror unpaid after five years
Appalling situation

Entertainment


J'can comedy has worldwide appeal
THE LURE and impact of 'Brand Jamaica' continues to be felt in comedy. Jamaican comedians, Owen "Blakka" Ellis, Ian "Ity" Ellis, Alton "Fancy Cat" Hardware, Audrey Reid and Tony "Paleface" Hendriks are satisfying a great demand...

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Merritone celebrates 55 years
A merry 'Bash'
'Flightplan' soars above film rivals

The Shipping Industry


Outstanding performers honoured at the Pegasus
THE BALLROOM of the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel was transformed into a marine panorama of ships, lighthouses, cranes and waves while light played happily upon the walls like moonlight on the night sea.

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Kingston Wharves Ltd: 60 years of progress

Caribbean


PM heading for talks with EU officials
CASTRIES, St Lucia, CMC: PRIME MINISTER Dr Kenny Anthony, expressing concern over the "frustrating delay" in the implementation of European Union (EU) funded projects in St Lucia, travels to Barbados later this week for talks with EU officials.

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Gov't to host Carib Internet conference
Court jails teenager on drug charges
IDB helping to develop tourism plan

International


EU reaches agreement on Turkey
LUXEMBOURG (AP): EUROPEAN UNION (EU) nations reached a tentative agreement yesterday to open full membership talks with Turkey, diplomats said. But a spokesman for Turkey's Prime Minister said Ankara had not yet approved the document.

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