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Sugar industry exports on track to pass 2016 earnings - Samuda
The Agriculture Minister, Karl Samuda, says the sugar industry is on track to surpass the US$17 million it earned from exports last year. Samuda says his optimism is based on sugar exports over the first eight months of this year. He did not provide a

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Today's Issue Published: Saturday, November 18, 2017
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Goodbye to a legend - Death of RJRGLEANER chairman J.A. Lester Spaulding shocks media fraternity

Joseph Aloysius Lester Spaulding, the caring father and husband, the shrewd businessman, the mentor, and for those who knew him well, Lester, the fisherman.Spaulding, 76, the chairman of the RJRGLEANER Communications Group, died at...

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Tantalising Experience at RJR Pop-Up Cafe

The RJRGLEANER Communications Group Pop Up Cafe delivered to foodies a tantalising experience of delicious foods, fun activities, and prizes and surprises in its fourth staging on Thursday at Lyndhurst Road. People from all walks of life came out to...

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Bruce unsure about outlawing heading

Consultant neurosurgeon at the University of the West Indies Dr Carl Bruce, has said that there is not yet enough data available on Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) to make significant rule changes in local football regarding heading the ball....

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Architecture informs DaCosta's designs

JohnEli DaCosta started off his creative career as an architecture student at the Caribbean School of Architecture, University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech). Affirming the fears of parents the world over, DaCosta's interests shifted into a lesser...

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Editorial | Of Customs and counterfeits
The dangers of counterfeit goods may not be immediately understood by persons who find it hard to resist a bargain, but we urge persons to heed the warning of Jamaica Customs about the potential risks faced by using such illegal products....

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Letter of the Day | I don't trust NIDS foolishness!
THE EDITOR, Sir:For the almost three million people Jamaica has, many have neither a birth certificate nor a passport. How in the world will this National Identification System foolishness be achieved when many...

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