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Road users encouraged to heighten security awareness during Yuletide season
The police are encouraging commuters and transport operators to heighten their security awareness as the Yuletide season approaches. The police say members of the public should adopt safe practises as they traverse the nation's streets to...

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Today's Issue Published: Monday, November 28, 2022
Lead Stories

Golding floats strategy to target 300 alleged criminals

Opposition Leader Mark Golding has re-emphasised that there is no reason for the Government to suspend the basic human rights of half the Jamaican population where states of emergency have been declared to deal with approximately 300 alleged...

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JPS again warns about fake subsidy scam

The Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) is again warning the public about a fake survey that has been circulating online, particulary on WhatsApp, claiming to be related to the Government's contribution towards electricity bills earlier...

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COVID-19 had severe impact on youth teams – JFF report

The recently released 2021 Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) technical report has lamented the severe impact the coronavirus pandemic had on national youth teams preparing for international competitions. According to the report, which was presented...

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Ashanti, Ja Rule ‘Mesmerise' Mega YUSH

Ashanti and Ja Rule certainly did not disappoint the hundreds of patrons who poured into the Sabina Park venue for Mega YUSH held Saturday night. Giving an hourlong performance of some of their greatest hits, the dynamic duo worked the stage and...

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Editorial | Bring out the WD40 for Venezuela relations

Saturdays decision by the Biden administration to allow the American company, Chevron, to resume limited oil production in Venezuela, and the agreement between Nicolás Maduros government and the opposition to unfreeze billions of dollars for...

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Letter of the Day | How are we ensuring protection of digital data?
THE EDITOR, Sir: Globalisation and the information revolution have led to new avenues for illegal and unethical practices. The interconnected nature of the Internet and networked computers makes invisible data gathering, monitoring and sharing...

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Something Extra | Monday

Saturdays Mega YUSH was the perfect way to kickstart the Christmas entertainment season. With international acts JA Rule and Ashanti hitting the stage and DJs Kurt Riley, Coppershot and Richie Feelings on the turntables, the event delivered oodles...

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World News

Kim's daughter appears again, heating up succession debate

SEOUL, South Korea (AP): North Korean leader Kim Jong Uns daughter made a public appearance again, this time with missile scientists and more honorific titles as her fathers “most beloved” or “precious” child. Shes only about 10, but her

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