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Jamaica Broilers contributes to Cayman’s Feed Our Future Charity – Jamaica Observer


Jamaica Broilers contributes to Cayman's Feed Our Future Charity
Jamaica Observer
KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Jamaica Broilers, through its Best Dressed Chicken brand, is sponsoring the Cayman Islands' Feed Our Future charity with a US$2000 donation to assist in enriching nutrition in the schools. George Town Primary, in the capital town, ...

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Crocodiles disappearing as dinner in Jamaica – Record-Searchlight

Crocodiles disappearing as dinner in JamaicaRecord-Searchlight29, 2013 photo, two roughly seven-foot female crocodiles rescued from the wild bask in the sun at a sanctuary and captive rearing program crocodile enthusiast Lawrence Henriques founded in t...

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USA vs. Jamaica: Final score 2-0, USMNT turns it up late – SB Nation

SB NationUSA vs. Jamaica: Final score 2-0, USMNT turns it up lateSB NationHaving already qualified for the World Cup during the last set of international matches, the United States threw out a bit of an experimental team on Friday night against Jamaica...

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Everything hangs on this question for Christians. If there is no resurrection, if “one did not rise from the dead,” then our faith is indeed “in vain,” as St. Paul puts it. Sanders’ record in special congressional races has not been much better, albeit against much steeper odds. Last month, he barnstormed Montana, where Trump defeated Clinton by 20 percentage ...

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Horse racing boss bolts from the starting gates

Recently appointed chairman of Caymanas Track Limited (CTL), Christopher Brown, has set his sights on reducing the financial haemorrhaging at the company and making it more attractive for potential buyers.

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Amazing Grace!

Jamaican university professor Dr Grace Turner is making waves at the Northern Marianas College (NMC) in Saipan, a United States territory in the Pacific Ocean.

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Access denied

The Education ministry has denied The Sunday Gleaner access to the findings of an audit report it ordered into the operations at the Garvey Maceo High School in Clarendon.

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Disney’s love affair with Jamaica

WESTERN BUREAU:Disney Cruise Line has committed to docking a larger ship in Falmouth, Trelawny, but this hinges on Jamaica's delivery of quality guest experience.

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A story of grit: two girls and blind mother

Angela Lee Duckworth, at the University of Pennsylvania, studies intangible concepts such as self-control and grit to determine how they might predict both academic and professional success.

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