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Bermuda on alert as TS Humberto sets to strengthen
HAMILTON, Bermuda, CMC  -Forecasters have warned Bermuda that strengthening Tropical Storm Humberto is a potential threat to the island after it moved to the north of the Bahamas. As of 12 noon today, the storm, which is due to reach hurricane...

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Today's Issue Published: Sunday, September 15, 2019
Lead Stories

Drone spies - Criminals using surveillance to track police, rivals, intelligence shows

Gang members are reportedly using drones to monitor the movement of their rivals and law enforcement, determined that the enhanced security measures across the island will not impede their criminal intent. Sunday Gleaner sources within the...

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AU revoir - Jamaica left a lasting impression on IMF outgoing rep, Constant Lonkeng Ngouana

Dr Constant Lonkeng Ngouana, the man who stood as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) representative in Jamaica and had been living in the country for three years, has said goodbye … for now. The Cameroonian, who was sent from the Washington-...

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Rating Ricketts - JFF boss set to secure own mandate at today's AGM

Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) president Michael Ricketts is set to receive his own mandate after today’s annual general meeting after being returned unopposed to the role despite a controversy-filled two years in charge of the country’s...

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Derrimon eyes virtual shopping experience

Distribution company Derrimon Trading is exploring a shopping experience that goes beyond customers clicking on grocery items from the comfort of their living rooms. The company, which operates two grocery businesses, Sampars and Select, reported...

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Vintage Voices | Remembering Peter Tosh and the 9/11 attack attack

Nine-eleven is a popular term used to describe the September 11, 2001, attacks by militant terrorist extremists,against United States (US) targets, which left some 3,000 persons dead, the vast majority of whom were innocent citizens. In Jamaica...

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Editorial | Inane nattering by MoBay's Davis, Sinclair

Hopefully, the group Montego Bay Pride is a juristic person, in which event it should seek an injunction against the St James Municipal Corporation and its chairman, Homer Davis, to prevent them their constitutionally guaranteed right to free...

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In Focus

Hubert Devonish | Is Ms Lou only song and dance?

The celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the birth of national icon Louise Bennett-Coverley are now in full swing. On cue, dolls, dignitaries, and dancers appear at each of the official events swathed in bandanna. This reddish plaid madras...

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Art & Leisure

The grandiose Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum, also known as ROM, is an extraordinary place, made even more extraordinary thanks to Jamaica-born Canadian immigrant Michael Lee-Chin, whose pledge of a $30-million gift transformed the ROM dramatically in 2007. But let me...

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Sean's passion for the uncommon

Often enough, the complaint about businesses providing sub-par customer service is heard and it was no different for Sean McDonald when he brought his 2005 Toyota Tacoma X-Runner, to a garage to be painted. McDonald explained that he was told that...

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UPDATED: Leo Hudson ‘sports' corporate photography

Who would have thought helping out as an assistant on a shoot would pave the way for a thriving career in the field of photography? Leo Hudson sure didn’t. He actually wanted to become a mathematics teacher. But in a recent interview with Beyond...

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