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Tastee blazes trail for talent since 1979

Today, we continue to profile companies that have been nominated for the prestigious 2012 Gleaner Honour Award. Tastee Ltd has been nominated in the category entertainment....

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Chuck highlights public defender’s tardiness

DELROY CHUCK has the makings of a good fast bowler. During Tuesday's sitting of the House of Representatives, he sent a sharp, rising delivery past the nose of Earl Witter, the incapable public defender...

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Who’s the real father?

Seemingly perturbed by the persistence of the People's National Party (PNP) flock to refer to Norman Manley as the father of the nation, Opposition Senator Tom Tavares-Finson says the role of Alexander Bustamante ...

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Continue down the path to full literacy

THE HISTORY of adult education in Jamaica is a study in the growth of a dependent colony becoming a self-determining nation. It is also a study in the growth of an economy from one dominated by agriculture, diversifying into mining...

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Exercise and age slowly

EXERCISE CAN become your anti-aging medicine.The science of exercise has evolved greatly, and we now know a lot more about how exercise creates health benefits, especially the effects of exercise on our hormones and the aging process....

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A Bill providing for the protection of Jamaica’s plant genetic resources was … – Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service


A Bill providing for the protection of Jamaica's plant genetic resources was ...
Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service
The Bill, the Protection of Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture Act, facilitates Jamaica's compliance with its obligations under the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture. The Treaty was approved by the ...

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Run-and-Gun Photos Reveal a Jamaica Beyond Weed and Rasta – Wired (blog)

Run-and-Gun Photos Reveal a Jamaica Beyond Weed and RastaWired (blog)Since Jamaica achieved its independence from the United Kingdom in the 1960s, it has struggled with lingering post-colonial inequality and racism, high crime and severe austerity meas...

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The wheelchair as a weapon – Jamaica Gleaner

Jamaica GleanerThe wheelchair as a weaponJamaica GleanerHave you ever noticed that when a person is approached by another individual in a wheelchair, they do one of three things? Give the person more space than is needed to pass; try not to make eye co...

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Region depends on Obama’s economy fix – Jamaica Gleaner


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Region depends on Obama's economy fix
Jamaica Gleaner
"Nevertheless, there should be a glimmer of hope as it relates to US foreign policy, because Jamaica and the Caribbean are in close proximity," she said. Nelson indicated that meaningful growth in the US economy during Obama's final term in the White ...
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Obama opens second term with call for unityJamaica Observer

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Frustrated Lambert defends T20 captaincy – Jamaica Gleaner


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Frustrated Lambert defends T20 captaincy
Jamaica Gleaner
Captain of Jamaica's misfiring Twenty20 cricket team, Tamar Lambert, admitted frustration at the team's latest disappointment, but defended his captaincy after their recent setback at the Caribbean Twenty20 Tournament. Jamaica lost by six wickets to ...
Confident Jamaica start as favouritesESPNcricinfo.com
Gayle breaks six-hitting record as Jamaica reach Play-offSpice Islander
Guyana stun Jamaica, into CT20 finalJamaica Observer
Stabroek News -Go Jamaica
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