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The range I go to has a hard time keeping 22lr in stock

Now, of course there is no mention that Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC), and JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM) also scrapped plans for debit card fees. In fact, they were actually testing the plan and charging consumers, Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) was not. In fact, BAC was simply responding to what it looked like other competitors were going to do. Bathing Suits The way you ...

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A new reason to say ‘Qui!’

For too long, something in our culture has made it difficult for many Jamaicans to learn a foreign language.

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EU impressed with Jamaica’s recent environmental projects

The EuropeaN Union (EU) Delegation to Jamaica has expressed delight with the progress of two environmental projects it is funding in different sections of the Portland Bight Protected Area in the parish of Clarendon.

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Objection!

Objections have been raised by a senior defence lawyer to the utterances Senior Resident Magistrate Judith Pusey made last week because attorney-at-law Deborah Martin was not available to represent former junior minister Kern Spencer at the continuatio...

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Diplomats exposed to crocodile in Clarendon

Members of the European Delegation to Jamaica were treated to a crocodile sighting while on a boat tour in Salt River, Clarendon, prompting a lot of excitement and generating a lot of talk and picture talking by the visitors.

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Legitimacy for obeah

A year ago, I visited a friend in Laventille, Trinidad. She related a harrowing scene involving her son who was driven crazy by auditory and visual hallucinations. She responded in the way she knew best.

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DIGICEL Extraordinary Leadership LECTURE #3

He might be one of the younger Jamaican CEOs around, but Christopher Barnes, the managing director of The Gleaner Company, had lots of wisdom to impart at the third sitting of Digicel's Extraordinary Leadership Lecture series recently.

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Police will not cringe despite deadly attacks

Police Commissioner Owen Ellington says the men and women under his command will not cower in fear, despite criminals carrying out deadly attacks on police personnel.

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Church of Haile Salassie I now legal

AFTER EIGHT years in gestation, Parliament has finally passed a bill which will give legal standing to the Church of Haile Salassie I.

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Williams makes case for referendum on CCJ

OPPOSITION SENATOR Alexander Williams says even though matters relating to the judiciary should not be exposed to the political hustings, Jamaica should nonetheless put the question of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) before the people in the form ...

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