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1 hr ago | Jamaica Observer

'Refuse' Cay

THE scene at Refuge Cay, some 1.5 miles off the Kingston waterfront, paints the sordid picture of Jamaica's love affair with improper garbage disposal.

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5 hrs ago | Jamaica Observer

Henry says new fare structure won't help JUTC

FORMER Minister of Transport and Works Mike Henry says the current plan being enforced at the Jamaica Urban Transit Company to reduce losses will more likely to lead to another $1.3-billion deficit this year.

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9 hrs ago | Jamaica Observer

Kremi enters final phase of expansion thrust

KREMI maker, Caribbean Cream, beefed up its management with recent hires from local brewer Red Stripe as part of the final phase of its expansion thrust.

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14 hrs ago | Examiner.com

Nude Weddings - A Christian's Perspective Courtesy of the Universal Life Church

Universal Life Church World Headquarters1825 NW Corporate Blvd, Suite 110Boca Raton, FL.

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18 hrs ago | The Star Online

Reggae returns to Jamaica, recalling golden era of 1970s

In Kingston, Jamaica, the main event at fight night a popular boxing showcase is hours away, but the crowd at the National Stadium's indoor arena, from the young and hip to the elderly, is already pumped.

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22 hrs ago | Jamaica Observer

Jamaican Teas to launch canned tuna

The food processor, largely known for its hot beverage products, plans to launch a tuna fish product in the local market next month.

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Caribbean News Now!

'Jamaican Girls Coding' summer programme narrows gender gap in male-dominated ICT sector

The participating girls are all smiles at the graduation ceremony for Jamaican Girls Coding held on Friday, August 22, 2014 at JAMPRO's New Kingston headquarters.

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The Miami Herald

NYC protest planned for Jamaica custody death

An attorney for relatives of a Jamaican man who died after a beating in a lockup earlier this month will lead a protest outside the Jamaican consulate in New York.

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Jamaica Observer

'Enough is enough!'

AS promised, members of the Jamaica Labour Party yesterday led a demonstration against an increase in bus fares, pulling hundreds of Jamaicans who flooded Half-Way-Tree to voice their own disapproval with the hike.

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Inter Press Service

OPINION: Boosting Resilience in the Caribbean Countries

Such aspects make their paths towards sustainable development probably more complex than non-SIDS countries.

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Jamaica Observer

Campion leads the way in English, mathematics

ST ANDREW'S Campion College has topped the island in performance in English Language and mathematics in the 2014 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate examinations.

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Jamaica Observer

Whither a police force thata s too far down the tube?

"THE Jamaica Constabulary Force is too far down the tube. It cannot be reformed, it has to be transformed," said former head of the army and police commissioner from 2007 to 2009, Rear Admiral Hardley Lewin on a radio programme last week in the wake of the furore over the death of 31-year-old Mario Deane after being in custody at the Barnett Street ... (more)

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Mon Aug 25, 2014

The San Diego Union-Tribune

Cristobal becomes hurricane, moves from Bahamas

This NOAA satellite image taken Monday, Aug. 25, 2014, at 10:45 a.m. EDT shows showers and thunderstorms affecting portions of the central Gulf Coast as a frontal boundary was sinking into the region.

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KNUS-AM Aurora

Cristobal strengthens into hurricane off Bahamas

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The York Daily Record

Jamaica police seize cocaine haul at wharves

Jamaican authorities said Monday they have seized a large haul of cocaine hidden in a shipping container at the capital's seaport.

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The Miami Herald

Jamaica police seize cocaine haul at wharves

In a Monday statement, the Jamaican Constabulary Force says officers seized 267 pounds of packaged cocaine stuffed in black bags among a shipment of lumber.

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Jamaica Observer

Let the people decide

LONG gone are the days when democracy involved direct consultation with the people.

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Jamaica Observer

Scents from the Banyan tree

EXPERIENCING a country is not restricted to time spent on the ground, but will linger long after one returns home, in photographs, memories, and if companies like Banyan Creations Ltd is lucky, in scents and fragrances.

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New Vision

Jamaican dancehall duo Tanto Metro and Devonte to blaze up U......

They are as famous for their energetic live performances as they are the dancehall hits Everyone Falls In Love, I Got News For You and Give It To Her.

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Jamaica Observer

Clarendon takes Miss Jamaica Nation 2014

The pageant, conceptualised by Ken Williams who has long been associated with the Miss Jamaica US contest, came across as being amatuer and not a national event.

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