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Shrimp overboard at Prendy’s
It’s the Restaurant Week launch party, the first of five more intimate parties to come. More intimate than the public is accustomed to. This one certainly feels different. It’s casual and familiar. We start off the night with trays of hot fish soup...

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Today's Issue Published: Thursday, October 17, 2019
Lead Stories

Pride shames church protesters - Mayor obtains stay against ruling granting interim access

WESTERN BUREAU: A gay-rights group will head to court today to challenge a ruling by the Court of Appeal granting a stay to the interim order allowing them to host a controversial debate on same-sex marriage at the Montego Bay Cultural Centre in...

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News

Corporate Hands | United Way Jamaica, 3M give students handwashing lessons


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Sports

Connie in control - Elated Francis ready for Sunshine Girls challenge after signing four-year deal as head coach

Veteran local coach Connie Francis says she is delighted to be reappointed head coach of the Sunshine Girls and is looking forward to the challenge of moving the team forward from their recent disappointments. The vastly experienced Francis, who...

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Business

Tentative GM deal reached

Bargainers for General Motors (GM) and the United Auto Workers reached a tentative contract deal on Wednesday that could end a month-long strike that brought the company’s United States-based factories to a standstill. The deal, which the union...

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Entertainment

Kanye West, 120-strong choir to pop up at Emancipation Park

The Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport is the lead body facilitating the hosting of Kanye West’s pop-up Sunday Service at Emancipation Park tomorrow. The Minister of Culture Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange told The Gleaner last evening...

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Commentary

Editorial | Global competitiveness, growth and high-paying jobs
The October 8th publication of the 2019 Global Competitiveness Report (GCR) by the World Economic Forum should be required reading for policymakers and business leaders. The report highlights some of the most profound development challenges facing...

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Social

Something Extra | Thursday

The Chinese Benevolent Association (CBA), recently celebrated in fine style the National Day and 70th anniversary of the founding of The People’s Republic of China at Taurus Court Restaurant. The CBA executives, members, families, friends and other...

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Food

Shrimp overboard at Prendy's

It’s the Restaurant Week launch party, the first of five more intimate parties to come. More intimate than the public is accustomed to. This one certainly feels different. It’s casual and familiar. We start off the night with trays of hot fish soup...

More from Food

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