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Stabroek News

published: Tuesday | March 7, 2006
Lead Stories


School girl raped, teachers protest
Teachers at the Vauxhall High School in East Kingston, boycotted classes yesterday, to protest against the rape of a female student and other security concerns. For years, staff and students at the institution have been affected by violence.

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Deadly dealing? Businessman missing - Doctor, others questioned by police
Government of Jamaica to state position on cement import duty
'Tell mom that I love her' - Last wish of Jordano Flemming
'I don't know what I am going to do without him' - Mother mourns death of Romane Brissett

News


TYRONE'S WATCH - WATER WOES! WHAT ' S NOT WORKING:
Scores of residents from Iron River in the hills of west rural St. Andrew are not getting any water from their pipes. The residents said that this has been a perennial problem. This latest bout of 'drought' has lasted for about seven months.

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'Zekes' double murder trial begins - Home Circuit Court under heavy guard
A salute to Jamaica's women
Today is Peace Day

Business


Employers' Federation wants union officer removal
NATIONAL WORKERS Union (NWU) official Norman DaCosta tried to frustrate the collective bargaining procedures between the NWU and Glencore Alumina Jamaica Limited (Windalco) late last month, according to the Jamaica Employers' Federation.

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Central America growing into call centre hub
United States housing boom ends

Sport


'Bimbo' to ride at track on Saturday
NEW YORK-based Jamaican jockey Emilio 'Bimbo' Rodriquez is scheduled to ride at Caymanas Park on Saturday for the first time in just over six years. The legendary horseman, who recently came out of retirement to ride at Aqueduct...

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West Indies to gamble on Bravo as a batsman
Financial problems hurting team - King
'Tappa' makes NPL return
Grooms reject proposed pay increase
FROM THE BOUNDARY - Well said, Sir Gary
National Supply boosts Knights
D-Day for Southern Conference schoolboys
Kensington make winning start

Commentary


Getting rural development on track
NEWLY-ELECTED PRESIDENT of the People's National Party and Prime Minister-designate, Portia Simpson Miller, who cited rural development as a key plank in her campaign platform, has her work cut out for her. This is not the first time...

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Adopt best British policing practices
Accurate product info needed (Part I)
The lingering hurt

Letters


LETTER OF THE DAY - Heartfelt thanks to the police
THE EDITOR, Sir: Please see below a letter sent to Commissioner of Police Lucius Thomas, which is self-explanatory. Dear Commissioner: I WRITE to place on record my appreciation and commendation for the assistance provided to me last week...

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Judicial Code needed
Cry for mercy from prison

Entertainment


Moving to preserve historic musical works
THE CD Ettu, Mento, Revival, Kumina ... Recordings from the Jamaica Folk Music Collection was launched at the amphitheatre of the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts on Thursday evening.

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C Sharp - hits high note
What artistes think? - Renovate Devon House
Why Brokeback lost
And the Oscar goes to ...

Lifestyle


NIAGARA FALLS - A WONDER EVEN IN WINTER
NIAGARA FALLS deserves its place among the eight wonders of the world, and it's not surprising as the first-time visitor who sees it, experiences has a "wow" moment. Niagara Falls also known as 'the world's most famous address", is Canada's most visited..

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The Royal Ontario Museum - THE JAMAICAN CONNECTION
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International


AUSTRIA: STANDOFF OVER NUCLEAR AIMS - 'Deal with Iran still feasible'
VIENNA, (Reuters): THE INTERNATIONAL Atomic Energy Agency chief said yesterday a deal to defuse a stand-off over Iran's nuclear aims was still feasible and diplomats outlined a compromise that would let Tehran pursue limited atomic research.

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MIDDLE EAST: Hamas curtails Abbas' power
BOLIVIA: AMERICA WITHDRAWS ANTI-TERRORISM FUNDS - Morales accuses US of blackmail

Portia Wins the PNP Presidential Race
Final Results
Portia Simpson-Miller Peter Phillips Omar Davis Karl Blythe
1775 1538 283 204

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It,s Portia! PNP's First Female President

Portia Simpson-Miller New President of the PNP

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