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How to succeed in 2013 – Jamaica Gleaner


How to succeed in 2013
Jamaica Gleaner
By now, most of us have either broken our New Year's resolutions or not even made any. The usual things - give up smoking, go to church more often, take the dog for a walk, remember your wedding anniversary - are a few of the regular resolutions that ...

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Mission must be national, not political – Jamaica Gleaner

Jamaica GleanerMission must be national, not politicalJamaica GleanerThrough statements from the Government and its surrogates, the not-so-subtle message being sent to the public is that the country might have been able to avoid the severity of the IMF...

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Canada dominate in cross country championships – Jamaica Gleaner


Jamaica Gleaner

Canada dominate in cross country championships
Jamaica Gleaner
The event, which was staged in Jamaica for the first time, saw Canada's Natasha Fraser capturing the Women's Senior 6K event in 21 minutes 07 seconds while United States' Craig Foray surprised defending champion Levins Cameron of Canada in the ...
NACAC Cross Country Champs on todayGo Jamaica
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Courts Optical to add four more outlets – Jamaica Gleaner

Jamaica GleanerCourts Optical to add four more outletsJamaica GleanerDennis Harris, managing director of Unicomer Jamaica Ltd (left), shows the new Courts Optical store at the expanded Constant Spring Courts furniture store reopened in December 2012. T...

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Royal Bank Jamaica closing 4 branches; 70 people to lose jobs – Stabroek News

Stabroek NewsRoyal Bank Jamaica closing 4 branches; 70 people to lose jobsStabroek News(Jamaica Observer) RBC Royal Bank Jamaica (RBCJ) plans to close four branches and lay off 10 per cent of its staff. Over the next three to four months, the bank will...

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Vision 2030 Essay Competition Winners Selected – Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service


Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service

Vision 2030 Essay Competition Winners Selected
Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service
Six students and two schools will walk away with trophies and other attractive prizes won in the recently held Vision 2030 Jamaica Secretariat's Essay Competition, during the awards presentation ceremony slated for January 30 at the Planning Institute ...

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Patrick Thomas satisfying palletes

PORT ANTONIO, Portland:PATRICK THOMAS is satisfying the cravings of many Portlanders, who are gulping down a variety of sumptuous meals prepared by him.

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Jamaican Queens prepare for show of ‘loud pop songs’ – Toledo Free Press


Jamaican Queens prepare for show of 'loud pop songs'
Toledo Free Press
Pop duo Jamaican Queens gathers inspiration for its sound from New York City and Detroit. “A lot of important music comes out of [New York City],” vocalist Ryan Spencer said. “And Detroit, I mean, I just grew up there my whole life. It's obviously my ...

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Jamaican man witnesses his wife killed by a bus – Caribbean360.com

Jamaican man witnesses his wife killed by a busCaribbean360.comNEW YORK, United States, Saturday January 26, 2013 - Law enforcement authorities here say that a doting Jamaican-born husband kissed his wife goodbye, then helplessly watched as a bus ran h...

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Lay Magistrates Assn lauds Dr Allen’s contribution

MANDEVILLE, Manchester:IT IS said that history often repeats itself; however, it is most unlikely that there would ever be another human being like former Custos of Manchester, Dr Gilbert Allen, in the opinion of members of the Jamaica Lay Magistrates ...

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