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Westmoreland wanted man surrenders to police

The police say steps are being taken to interview wanted man Wesley Cunningham who surrendered to investigators yesterday. Cunningham, accompanied by his lawyer, turned himself in at the Negril Police Station in Westmoreland last evening. According...
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Petition launched in TCI to deal with illegal migration

PROVIDENCIALES, Turks and CAICOS Islands, CMC – A petition has been launched in the Turks and Caicos Islands for the authorities to impose stricter measures to prevent Haitian nationals from illegally entering the British Overseas Territory,...
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Five perish in Hanover crash

It was literally a case of 'speed kills' along the Hopewell main road in Hanover on Sunday night as all five occupants of a Toyota Corolla motor car died instantaneously in a horrific crash that left the two occupants of another car badly injured."...
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No abortion advice

Almost seven in every 10 Jamaicans would not recommend an abortion to a friend who is faced with an unwanted pregnancy.Only one in seven persons (14 per cent) would recommend the termination of the pregnancy, while 17 per cent would give their...
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Port Royal development in motion

Travene Walker's passion for styling hair

Travene Walker is passionate about hair. Whether long, short, curly or straight, the 2017 winner of the JN Small Business Loans (JNSBL) Barber and Beauty Battle hairdressers' category says she can never get tired of styling hair."I used to style my...
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Irie Rock products withstanding the international test

An appreciation for local skincare products by the Jamaican populace has made the cosmetic industry ripe for business.This is according to Racquell Brown, managing director of Irie Rock cosmetic products, who indicated in an interview that the...
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Hard to say goodbye - Stewart emotional after final race in Jamaica

As she walked through the Marathon Tunnel at the National Stadium for the very last time as a competitior last Saturday, veteran Jamaican sprinter Kerron Stewart had to fight hard to hold back the tears as the reality of her final race on home soil...
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Jourdain Fletcher recovering - after car crash

Former Cornwall College standout striker Jourdain Fletcher is said to be recovering in hospital after being involved in a car crash in Negril, Westmoreland, yesterday.According to Jamaica senior men's football team manager, Roy Simpson, he spoke...
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International outcry grows over Venezuela vote

A growing rostor of nations on Monday decried Venezuela's presidential election as a farce, with the United States leading the charge in announcing new financial restrictions aimed at further isolating President Nicol·s Maduro's embattled...
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CWJ Credit Union hunts $900m

Community & Workers of Jamaica Co-operative Credit Union Limited (CWJCCU) launched a deferred share offer on Friday that seeks to raise $900 million from investors and other cooperatives...
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Saint International puts high-fashion on display, for free

Knutsford Boulevard was chock-full of the fashion-forward patrons, and maintained the current afro-futurist trend for the 14th staging of Saint International's Fashion Block.Despite the two hours-late start of the show, patrons remained seated (for...
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Postcards to Jamaica: IRPC is a voice to the world

There were no Jamaican entrants in last year's annual International Reggae Poster Competition (IRPC). All that changed this year with 20 Jamaican entrants, four of whom placed in the top 100 winners."We are very pleased with the number of posters we...
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Freundel Stuart's petty grievances

We have no evidence of it, but we wouldn't be surprised that with a first name like his own, Barbados' Prime Minister Freundel Stuart was, as a boy, the butt of taunts and ridicule. Children can be wicked!If this thesis holds true, Mr Stuart may...
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A nightmare - starring Mr Holness

A few weeks ago, I had a dream that began with Jamaica's prime minister, Andrew Holness, in the process of expressing profound gratitude to Britain's prime minister, Theresa May, in the following terms:"We are more than pleased, Excellency, that...
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Hold as top secret details - of Parliament design

THE EDITOR, Sir:It is very interesting to note that the design of the new Jamaican Parliament is an open competition to foreign design professionals as long as they are part of a Jamaican team. Whose brilliant idea is this?Does the Jamaican...
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INDECOM misguided

THE EDITOR, Sir:With reference to the article titled '66 shot, 34 fatally, by security forces between Jan and Mar 2018 - INDECOM', published on Thursday May 17, 2018, I ask the following questions:1. Isn't the mandate of the Independent Commission...
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US issues steep list of demands for nuclear treaty with Iran

WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States on Monday issued a steep list of demands to be included in a nuclear treaty with Iran to replace the deal scuttled by President Donald Trump and threatened “the strongest sanctions in history”...
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International outcry grows after Maduro wins presidential election

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — A growing roster of nations condemned Venezuela’s presidential election Monday and threatened to ramp up diplomatic and economic pressure on President Nicolas Maduro’s already embattled government. A...
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A royal high tea

It was an evening of fine dinning, sweet treats and tea as the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel, in collaboration with White Lotus Bridal Boutique, held a Champagne High Tea to celebrate today's highly anticipated royal wedding between Prince Harry and...
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A mother's greatest fear

Parenthood is no joke, and for mothers, just the idea of being a mother can put them in a slight frenzy.Flair asked a few mothers what was their greatest scare as a mother. Here are there responses:p I'll say when he was two and he was jumping on...
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Vincent Wilson turns 100!

Shipping Association of Jamaica employees were not satisfied to visit former employee Mr Vincent Wilson on his birthday earlier this year, so they planned a full birthday party for him at the Association's Fourth Avenue Offices. Radiant at 100, Mr...
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Shipping Schedule May 22-28th, 2018

Kingston: May 22-28Vessel ArrivalCARIB STARZIM ROTTERDAM 23/05CFS PANAVERA 23/05AS FELECIA 24/05CAPE MARTIN 24/05TAIPEI TRADER 24/05VEGA SCORPIO 25/05ARISTOMENIS 26/05ZIM NINGBO 26/05NEW YORK TRADER 26/05CFS PACORA 26/05JENNIFER SCHEPERS...
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