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published: Sunday | April 9, 2006
Hospitality Jamaica
Lead Stories


More positive economic signals needed
THE CONTINUED decline in the murder rate is a triumph for Minister Peter Phillips.

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Strengthening democracy ­ - Part I : Wanted: hope, kindness and transparency
New patrol boat to help drug fight
Guns and drugs ... the Montego Bay link
Ja will not interfere in US death row case ­ A-G
29 convictions from protected witnesses
Decomposed bodies of two missing men found
Revisiting Michael Manley's social revolution

News


Can Simpson Miller eliminate corruption?
IN HER inaugural speech, Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller vowed to eliminate corruption. Her ideal was posited exactly 14 years after her predecessor said that not even the smell of corruption would be allowed to destroy the fabric of...

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No birth papers could stop training in children's homes
Who am I?
Training in coping techniques for Grants Pen pastors
Revamp your résumé
Portia's most pressing problem

Business


Unit trusts suffer as market declines
MOST INVESTORS wish that 2005 would just fade away as a bad memory or at the very least, be able to go back and change some of their investment decisions. The market had set itself up early on in the year with many promising signs for the...

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Investing for the later years
Personal finance planning and your child
Online payment for property tax
AIC continues to reinvest in Ja
Financial planning for the single parent
Raymond Campbell still a shining example
Supreme Court freezes Crawford's int'l assets
Tourists arrivals up

Sport


Ja in control at Tryall
MONTEGO BAY: JAMAICA TOOK a crucial step closer to survival in Davis Cup Americas Zone Group Two when they clinched the doubles rubber against Guatemala at Tryall yesterday.

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Jamaica Broilers increases basketball sponsorship
Reggae Boyz fly out today for friendly
Portmore's Barrett making the right moves
Marlon Samuels puts Melbourne in front
G.C. Foster take double
Lady Ballari upsets at 20-1 in feature
Waterhouse in driver's seat
The glory days will never be back until the love returns
Irish raider wins Grand National
World Cup duties for Capt Burrell

Commentary


Signs of psychological pathology
YESTERDAY'S REPORT in The Gleaner that a prisoner at the Montego Bay Police Station was set ablaze by a policeman he accused of being homosexual is as disturbing as it is tragic.

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Building a growth momentum
What's so wrong with prayer?
Moral crisis
Ten days of PM Portia

Letters


Letter of the Day - 'Render unto Caesar ...'
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE MATTER of appointing church representatives to government boards has caused quite a stir, and has rekindled the age-long debate about the appropriate relationship between church and state, and religion and politics.

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Too much emphasis on religion
A new day has dawned
Vigilante justice worrying
Bless Carmen Stewart
Politics by prayer

Entertainment


'REEL' GUNS raise concerns
IT IS said that dancehall music glorifies violence, and some argue that the brandishing of firearms in music videos is another instance of this.

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Shy tomboy blossoms into QUEEN
'Ward'ing off decay difficult
High fashion high High fashion, high price
Mad Cobra slithers almost alone

Arts &Leisure


PHOTOGRAPHIC SEEING - Differences between eye and camera
The camera does not 'see' the way the eye sees. To photograph well, it helps to understand how the camera 'sees'.

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Dear Tacky groundings
It a go choke we yu see
Artie and the unauthorised person
'Destination Sunrise' outshines dull cover
Fine arts and photography festival for Liguanea

Outlook


CREATING WORLD CHAMPIONS
STEPHEN FRANCIS, 42-year-old coach and CEO of MVP club is savouring the taste of success.

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A fortress by name and nature
David Baugh .... living his father's dream
Pets can be good for your children
Training men to treat you right
When your wife becomes the Prime Minister
DOCTOR'S ADVICE
THINK BIG!
Meet Mr Leader and Ms Leader
The hues of Easter

In Focus


'AYATOLLAH' PORTIA? The Prime Minister and the pastors
WE HAVE a knack in Jamaica for turning every potential solution into a problem. Against the background of unacceptably high levels of corruption, abuse of public funds, a rapid decline in standards of decency and general moral decay ...

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Penalising those who prey - The sex offenders' registry
Predicting policy Portia's moral, minimalist government
Better must come? The nature of political expectations

Social


A widow REMEMBERS
HE PASSED as quietly as he arrived. Russian Ambassador Igor Lebedev died of an apparent heart attack on Friday, March 24, at his residence on Norbrook Drive, St. Andrew.

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'An upper class smasheroni'

Auto


AUDI EXHALES ... with high Q7 sales
VOLKSWAGEN'S PREMIUM Audi brand saw deliveries rise just over 9.6 percent in March, the first month in which its new Q7 SUV was on the market.

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Moore again!
Size matters
Get ready for high definition radio
Fear of failure Toyota keeping close watch on competition

International


Venezuela, US officials disagree on ambassador's security detail
VENEZUELAN AND United States officials disagreed yesterday on whether the U.S. ambassador's police escorts were given adequate warning to prevent a run-in with protesters who pelted his car with eggs, onions and tomatoes, and chased his convoy on motorcyc

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