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published: Sunday | November 11, 2007

Lead Stories

Smith blasts critics: Determined to deliver results Aims for 40% cut in murders rate
National Security Minister Derrick Smith, perhaps the most harshly criticised of the new government ministers, says most of the criticisms levelled at him are unfair, and is vowing to deliver on the administration's...

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Sophisticated thieves! Fraud Squad overwhelmed
Haitians held in Hanover
'We expected more from British cops'
Some high-profile cases: 1999: Geoffrey Maxwell arrested on $22m fraud charge
Companies trying to protect image
Crying politicians
More scams in private sector:But public sector has too many cases says Auditor General Adrian Strachan
Fraud Squad winning fight


Mixed feelings about Kern
The Cuban light bulb saga, involving former State Minister in the Ministry of Investment, Technology, Energy and Commerce (MITEC), Kern Spencer, has iNorth East St. Elizabeth constituents.

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Local government election date for JLP conference
Where is the equipment? Hospitals woefully short
India seeks Jamaica's support for top Commonwealth post
Beating the Odds: One man's walk to success
Create strong relationships


No gas subsidy Total remains price leader at the pumps: Kerosene now the most expensive fuel
Jamaica's fuel prices rose to their highest levels yet, but fell back to US$96.26 on Friday, as world oil...

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Jamaica Money Market Brokers is now offering car loans
Lessons about motor insurance: Comprehensive does not mean 'fully' covered
Three ways to make your website click
Rosevale homes on the market for $4.8 million: WIHCON on second phase of $1.7 billion development
Hunting for 2007's hottest stocks? Look at debt load
Google, Cisco to monitor website
Jamaica's work permit system
Emerging uncertainty about Caribbean-EU business deals: As EPA negotiations drag on


Major Mayer stuns stars
MAJOR MAYER, running at odds of 18-1 with customary rider Richard 'Biah' Mitchell aboard, turned the form book upside down at Caymanas Park yesterday with an upset victory in the MegaFone Superstakes over 2000 metres ...

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Jamaica's Rowe shines for her school
Spotlight on Waterhouse-Boys' Town match-up
'Tappa' to coach Boyz for friendlies
Setting a new course for WI cricket: Will the Patterson Report be left to join this dusty archive of unexamined good intentions?
Unimpressive Bridgeport get by Wolmer's
Wrong move by Cricket Australia
Glenmuir crush Annotto Bay 9-0
Sharapova sets up date with henin
Torres, Gerrard lift Liverpool to victory
Old Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) regime hits the road
Jackson on fast track to success


The case of the missing money
It is a matter of deep concern that the Financial Investigation Division of the Ministry of Finance should now be the subject of a criminal investigation.

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Valuing young men's work
How I got Mike in trouble
Justin time?
Wrong then, wrong now


Relationships, trust, and politics
The Editor, Sir: Trust is 'a firm belief in the reliability or truth or strength, etc., of a person or thing.' It is unfortunate that the words 'reliability', ''truth' or 'strength', are not words that one can readily associate with political parties.

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Multicultural approach to education
Yes, teachers owe students more: Re: Esther Tyson's article on Sunday November 4, 2007.
How to solve crime


From music to museum
Plans are in the pipeline for the establishment of a museum and foundation in honour of the late Clement Seymour 'Sir Coxsone' Dodd, one of the...

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'Metro' plays year to year

Arts &Leisure

Spanish artists showcase culture
Both Spanish and Latinos are known for their strong artistic expressions, and Jamaica, which this year celebrates 40 years of diplomatic relations with Spain, recently got a full dose of Spanish art and culture.

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The Shining 'Masterpiece of modern horror'
Uncle Louis
Haiti Zero Seven
On Mornings Like These
Book Review: 'Meeting Fancy' let down by basics


John Clarke: erudite & resilient
He looks like the 19 years old that he is, but when John Clarke speaks, you will suddenly see him in a different light. The Child Development Agency (CDA) is justifiably proud of Clarke, winner of the prestigious 2007-2008 Jamaica Scholarship.

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Handbag etiquette... . they carry germs too
Single in the city: Take me out to the ball game ...
How do you know when you are in love?
The risks of threesome sex
Doctor's advice: Is 'hand play' risky?
Your colour choices
Chrysanthemums are in
Madam Yes and Mr. No
Caring for your garden tools
Something to dance about
Do Jamaicans hate trees?
Home alone on the weekend
The untouchables Bringing beautiful, neglected rooms to life
Money management: Tips for proper budgeting

In Focus

Tough times ahead
While a prominent Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) supporter was busy 'tracing' off former People's National Party (PNP) tourism officials, serious problems were developing in our economy.

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Planning for the here and now
Why we should fear China
Cuba's embargoed democracy
A sexual theory of Jamaican democracy


Match made in heaven
After 17 years of travelling the world Christopher Barnes, The Gleaner's assistant to the managing director, returned to the island with a priceless gem, Isabelle Vacante.

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Pineapple - ball of the year
Kingston Restaurant Week: when eating out is in
Carib Beer carries the swing in Montego Bay


Abbas vows to continue Arafat's path for statehood
RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters): Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas yesterday inaugurated a mausoleum built over Yasser Arafat's grave and vowed to continue on his iconic predecessor's path in seeking statehood.

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Minister sees $100/barrel oil short-lived
Three Daily Telegraph reporters ordered out of country


Doug Gore stuns fans Cops Caribbean Champion Driver's title
It was a carnival-like atmosphere for the 'Reggae Racers' in Guyana last Sunday, when Jamaica's Doug 'Hollywood' Gore stunned the over 14,000 motorsport fans...

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2003 Mazda Bongo Space and space
Know your motor vehicle: Missing, surging and lack of power
The man and his machine: What makes them tick
Ford narrows loss, sees deal for Jaguar, Land Rover

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