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published: Thursday | July 5, 2007

Lead Stories

'Abuse of trust' - Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) accuses Government of using public money to fund campaign
General Secretary of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), Karl Samuda, is accusing the Ministry of Industry, Technology, Energy and Commerce of abuse of public trust by publishing the achievements of the ministry in a newspaper supplement...

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Still logging on at 101
Waste bill squabble
GIFT OF PROPHECY - Here's God's will for His people
Hottest topics on the cocktail circuit


Fish and frolic in Old Harbour Bay
In the shade of a tall, withering mango tree, Inez sat with a knife in one hand and a small fish in theother. On the ground in front of her was a pink plastic container filled with water and what looked, from where I was standing, like more fish.

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'And a child shall lead them' - The generosity of one boy making waves
Ready for the general election, says top cop in St James
Reviewing the Code of Conduct
Party manifestos ready
Judas mentality infiltrated the minds of influential men, women


Venezuela blocked from Mercosur - Entry unlikely, says Brazil senator
Brazil's Congress is unlikely to approve Venezuela's entry into the South American trade bloc Mercosur within a deadline set by Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, the head of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said Wednesday. "I don't see much possibility of approving...

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Bank of England policymakers to face tougher scrutiny
EU-Brazil Summit - Europe seeks strategic partnership with Lula


Shiv shines for West Indies again
BIRMINGHAM, England (CMC): SHIVNARINE CHANDERPAUL fashioned his seventh one-day international hundred and this time West Indies were able to close the deal for a 61-run triumph over England in the rain-affected second ODI yesterday.In between brief...

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Sri Lanka continue to humble Bangladesh
Probe launched into 'sabotage' of Ferrari Formula One team
Combined team set for Champs
Huge crowd expected for start of tour
Laxman struggling to make line-up
Mixed day for the Williamses - Henin moves on to wimbledon semis
Top juniors to face off at Eric Bell today
Visually impaired ready for challenge
Tivoli find lost form
Meadowbrook seek first crown
Peru advance to quarters


EDITORIAL - Lack of transparency in UAF deals
A quality of governance is judged not only by whether an action is legal. An important criterion is whether this action is moral and is best for those whose interests are purportedly being served. The tests of good governance are often difficult...

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A window of opportunity
The United States of Africa
GKF lecture: ICT, JA and the Caribbean


LETTER OF THE DAY - Poor example from politicians
The Editor, Sir: I read Mr. Seaga's article, 'The School of the Future', in the July 1, 2007 edition of your paper andI feel compelled to make a few comments. Mr. Seaga is right, "There is an urgent need to reform the curriculum of the education system...

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Does charisma really matter?
Cops need retraining
NOTE-WORTHY: A litany of fears


LL's cool with Jamaica's vibe
American rap superstar and actor LL Cool J is set to visit the shores of Jamaica where he is billed to perform at this year's Red Stripe Reggae Sumfest in Montego Bay. In a recent interview, LL spoke of his expectations ahead of his performance at Reggae Sumfest....

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Few people, more praise at Church of the United Brethren concert
JC Lodge's trip back to lover's lane
Katie Holmes - One of the most influential celebrities in the world

What's Cooking

Epicurean Escape - Taste buds awaken at Grand Lido Negril
WESTERN BUREAU: Grand Lido Negril promised an exciting exploration of the wonders of both land and sea and easily delivered on what has been described as one of the finest Epicurean Escape in its eight-year history. Themed 'By Land and Sea', food lovers from all over the world...

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New Smirnoff cocktails add to home entertaining
The proof of the pudding is in the eating
Get the juices flowing, it's summer!
Milk, glorious milk


MIDDLE EAST - Alan Johnston recounts months in captivity
JERUSALEM (AP): Kidnapped by Palestinian gunmen in Gaza for nearly four months, reporter Alan Johnston had only one link to the world - a radio that picked up British Broadcasting Corp. programmes reporting frantic efforts to free him. Confined to a dark room by his captors...

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Britain to review recruitment of skilled migrants - Brown

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