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published: Friday | December 1, 2006

Lead Stories


Central Kingston residents protest 'police brutality'
There were chaotic scenes in Campbell Town, Central Kingston, yesterday morning as residents blocked the streets to protest against what they say was a case of police brutality. According to the residents, 46-year-old Winston 'Bigga' Johnson...

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15-y-o fondled in class - Teacher did not intervene, warrants out for boys
Jamaicans urged to get tested for HIV
All church bodies for prayer vigil
Privy Council rules against Chief Justice Sharma
'Harder They Come' director succumbs to cancer
Security boss and employee granted $1 million bail
Outstanding parents awarded
Common-law wife still not charged

News


Bounty for St James' most wanted - One of four turned in, gangster cops targeted
WESTERN BUREAU: One of St. James' four most wanted men was turned in to police last night after Commissioner Lucius Thomas yesterday announced a $1 million bounty for their capture. He is Peter Johnson, otherwise called 'Ravers' of Red Dirt...

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Ten-point strategic plan for crime reduction in St James
Businessman wants MoBay Walk of Fame
Prime Minister guest speaker at PAJ awards
UK welcomes High Commissioner Whiteman
Fallen trees threaten Swift River bridge
Cops lauded for anti-harassment drive
Two per cent increase in income expected after airport expansion

Business


$9 billion PetroCaribe payout ... Billions flow to Air Jamaica, SCJ
The Jamaican Government has already onlent more than 80 per cent of the US$174 million, which converts to J$9.1 billion of J$11.5 billion of receipts since February under the Venezuelan oil pact, PetroCaribe Agreement.

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Air Jamaica losses at 184 per cent of transport GDP... Losses top $63b
SuperClubs to operate new hotel in Panama under Breezes brand
A $330m IT reformation for Capital & Credit - no job cuts planned
Ray Chang-SeaNG alliance hunting compressed gas contract from Jamaica
Cuban boom fuelled by US$3b jump in foreign exchange ... BOP positive despite US embargo
Delayed capital programmes push Oct spending off target
Caribbean Airlines to take flight with 'clean' balance sheet, says Lok Jack
Antigua finds allies among super traders in Internet gaming dispute

Sport


Yousuf's record-smashing day
KARACHI (Reuters): THE WEST Indies were struggling to avoid a big defeat against Pakistan after run-machine Mohammad Yousuf broke several records on day four of the third and final Test yesterday. Yousuf, 32, made his second century...

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KSAC honours top athletes
McCook set to vie for regional presidency
Harbour View's quest begins
Western Union sponsors Portland football league
Boxing 'invasion'
Klinsmann ideal choice - Pele
HORSE SENSE - Gaming and racing
FROM THE BOUNDARY : Singh - a gifted batsman, a wonderful man
Bennett critical of poor shot selection at trial

Commentary


EDITORIAL - A failure of leadership
THE AIDS epidemic in Jamaica continues to grow with an average of three new AIDS cases reported every day. With an estimated 25,000 Jamaicans living with HIV, there is now no community or workplace that is not affected by HIV/AIDS.

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Generosity of spirit
Put CCJ on the ballot

Letters


LETTER OF THE DAY - TV sex polluting the minds of our children
THE EDITOR, Sir: AS WE observe (not celebrate) World Aids Day, let us take the opportunity to have a close look at our society. One of the concerns which have been highlighted during this year is the involvement of children in sexual...

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Politics is not all rubbish
No loans for single folks?
Can principals act on their own?
We need free education

Entertainment


Rondell Allen seeks 'Positive' change
If jesus can turn water into wine, surely, he can turn a negative into a positive. That is what he did for gospel artiste Rondell 'Positive' Allen. "I was a negative influence. I was a sound system selector that was negative, since I was leading people...

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Perry Henzell dies at 70
Striking solo debut by Stephen Marley
Muppets of Christmas past, present and future
New 'Miami Vice' packed with action

Social


JCC's Grand Charity Ball
Beautiful people sashayed down a plush red carpet and into the Grand Jamaica Suite at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel, pausing every now and again to 'chit-chat' with their friends and colleagues, to enjoy the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce 25th Grand Charity...

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NCB kicks up a storm
It's prime time for parties!
Black&White Affair
Partying in the rain
Partying with the 'PROS'
JSIF's big 10!

Mind &Spirit


How did Jesus deal with demon possession?
Dear Preacher - Jesus dealt with demon possession via exorcism. The demons in the person whose being was captured by demonic evil forces were expunged. Jesus' mode of operation was to rebuke and or expel the demons.

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Prayer for persons with HIV/AIDS


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