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Red Stripe Stand Up Award

Standing up and standing out in a world that values sameness can be unnerving. To do so requires relentless pursuit, unswerving passion, resolute boldness, and an unflinching drive to go against the odds to blaze new trails. For the past 39 years,…

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Fayval summons Petrojam team over gas alarm

Newly appointed Minister of Energy, Science and Technology Fayval Williams yesterday summoned Petrojam’s technical team following a Sunday Gleaner story citing fuel concerns at the state-owned oil refinery.

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Time come!

Five subcontracts valued at more than US$22 million are to go to tender this week for roadworks in St Thomas and Portland, according to government minister Daryl Vaz. This follows the allocation of more than J$8.4 billion in the 2019-2020 Budget….

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PNP’s Andrea Moore vows to campaign after Bloomfield’s burial

Andrea Moore, the woman who has spent years positioning herself to be the People’s National Party’s standard-bearer for the constituency of Portland East, has made it clear that as soon as former Member of Parliament Dr Lynvale Bloomfield is buried, she

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AG: Ramharrack gag was wrong

Attorney General Marlene Malahoo Forte says the non-disclosure agreement (NDA) between the scandal-ridden state-owned oil refinery Petrojam and its former human resource manager Yolande Ramharrack was “ill-advised”.

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St Bess road tragedies leave four men dead

Four persons are now dead and another four, up to yesterday afternoon, remained in hospital following their involvements in two separate road accidents along sections of the Holland Bamboo main road in St Elizabeth, on Friday night into Saturday…

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Dad blasts Harris for stereotyping J’cans

United States (US) presidential hopeful Kamala Harris is facing scathing criticisms from her father for attributing her support for the legalisation of marijuana to her Jamaican heritage. “Half my family is from Jamaica, are you kidding me?…

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Fresh fuel fears

Despite denials from Petrojam that its supplies are compromised, a source who has intimate knowledge of operational deficiencies at Jamaica’s sole oil refinery has explained the source of the smelly gas, and is warning that it undermines…

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RJRGLEANER Honour Awards gets ‘new look’ in 39th year

Former governor general of Jamaica, Sir Florizel Glasspole, received the first Honour Award in 1980 – 39 years later, this award has proven to be the premier of its kind in Jamaica. Since then, the likes of Gordon Shirley, the legendary…

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