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Trump charged over classified documents in first federal indictment of an ex-president
MIAMI (AP) — Donald Trump said today that he was indicted for mishandling classified documents at his Florida estate, a remarkable development that makes him the first former president in United States history to face criminal charges by the...

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Today's Issue Published: Thursday, June 8, 2023
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Bunting exonerated

FORMER MINISTER of National Security Peter Bunting says his confidence in the Integrity Commission has been restored after the anti-corruption body exonerated him in an addendum to a special report, which first accused him of acting improperly in...

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Shift system to come to an end at Bridgeport High

Spirits were high at Bridgeport High School in St Catherine yesterday, following a stakeholder meeting for the construction of a new block at the school; which is slated to begin construction in a few days. Representatives from the Ministry of...

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‘Slick' still in a daze

“I AM still wondering if I am dreaming, and that I will wake up to find that it was all in my imagination or some sort of April Fools joke,” said Alicia ‘Slick Ashley when she spoke with The Gleaner yesterday about her induction into the...

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New York City sues Hyundai, Kia after security flaw leads to wave of social media-fuelled theft

New York City has filed a lawsuit against Hyundai and Kia, joining a host of other cities beset by a social media-fuelled wave of car thefts due to a flaw that made some car models highly susceptible to theft. Viral how-to videos on TikTok and...

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Naomi Cowan teams with Idris Elba to ‘run the area'

Singer and songwriter Naomi Cowan shows some sass on a new collaborative single, appropriately titled We Run the Area, with British actor and long-time DJ turned label-head Idris Elba, his DJ colleague, Toddla T, and North Londoner, Trinidadian D...

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Editorial | It's reading, stupid

To paraphrase James Carvelles directive for Bill Clintons successful presidential campaign two decades ago: its reading, stupid. If you cannot read in primary school, it is unlikely you are learning much else, including absorbing technical and...

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Letter of the Day | Concerns about nuclear energy direction for Ja
THE EDITOR, Madam: As a young university graduate with a degree in physics and applied physics, I was an ardent advocate of nuclear power in Jamaica. I argued that the use of nuclear power was necessary to generate abundant, cheap energy to allow...

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Something Extra | Thursday

Heinekens Zimi Seh Brunch was one for the books. The premium brunch experience, held on Sunday, combined delicious Caribbean cuisine, signature cocktails, and live music to create an unforgettable atmosphere. Something Extra brings you the...

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Doughnut worry! Krispy Kreme promises more sweet moments on the horizon

Soft, light and blissfully sweet. If youve missed the random pop ups in Kingston and St Catherine or werent able to camp out for the official opening at Waterloo Road over the weekend, and you still havent had your fill of the newest sweet...

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World News

Authorities rush to rescue hundreds stranded on rooftops

KHERSON (AP): The authorities rushed to rescue hundreds of people stranded on rooftops and supply drinking water to areas flooded by a collapsed dam in southern Ukraine on Wednesday, in a growing humanitarian and ecological disaster along a river...

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