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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Sunday | April 9, 2006

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...

No birth papers could stop training in children's homes
THE PRIVATE Children's Home Association (PCHA) has lamented that its members are not able to get birth certificates from The Child Development Agency (CDA) for the children in the care of the State.


Who am I?
NEXT YEAR, 16-year-old Markwill move into a place of his own. He will swap a narrow dormitory with a gaggle of rowdy boys ranging in age from six-15 years for a single room with the bare essentials.


Training in coping techniques for Grants Pen pastors
THE CARIBBEAN Graduate School of Theology is partnering with the Greater Grants Pen Ministers' Fraternal to provide training for pastors, church leaders and others to assist them in coping with community violence ...


Revamp your résumé
MARTIN TELLER from Kingston. Thank you for trusting me and agreeing for me to revamp your résumé and posting it in my column.


Portia's most pressing problem
THE SELECTION of Portia Simpson Miller as Prime Minister of Jamaica is a defining moment in Jamaican history. She is the first woman to occupy the highest executive office of government: Prime Minister.




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