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Defendant accuses cops of delaying X-ray ordered by doctor
One of the 27 defendants in the Clansman-One Don Gang trial on Friday accused the police of refusing to take him for an X-ray after allegedly injuring his arm. The defendant, Ted Prince, whose arm was in a sling, complained to Chief Justice Bryan...

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Today's Issue Published: Saturday, January 28, 2023
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Testy exchanges characterised a debate on a resolution to establish a bicameral sessional select committee of women in Jamaicas legislature on Friday after one opposition lawmaker questioned the constitutionality of the move. The resolution had to...

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GoodHeart | Valiant holds rap session with Oberlin High School students

Valiant has been showing off his musical mastery since bursting on the scene in a big way last year. But this week, the dancehall entertainer is demonstrating his good-heartedness with a visit to his alma mater, Oberlin High School, where he gave...

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West hails success of WI Academy

ST JOHNS, Antigua (CMC): Left-arm spinner Ashmead Nedd, right-arm quick Kelvin Pitman and batting all-rounder Kevin Wickham are poised to make their first-class debuts after being named in squads for the opening two rounds of the Regional Four-Day...

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‘I am glad that J'cans have such a wide mind'

Jamaicas culture and cultural products are debatably among the most marketable, exciting and intriguing worldwide. Reaching all corners of the globe, many have fallen in love with different aspects and have become completely immersed. This is the...

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Editorial | Kingston was once clean!

There was a time when downtown Kingston, Jamaicas capital, was in pristine condition. For a generation of Jamaicans, that picture may be impossible to visualise. However, there is a viral video making the social media circuit showing downtown in...

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Letter of the Day | Teachers are at end of their rope
THE EDITOR, Madam: In light of the recent incident at Newell High School, I need to vent some concerns and clear some misconceptions. While the teacher in question behaved alarmingly inappropriately, it is important to understand some important...

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Something Extra | Saturday

The opening day of the Woman Ignite Success Summit held at the AC Hotel Kingston saw scores of women stepping into what was dubbed “the most significant day of the rest of their lives”. Getting off to an early start, the two-day conference, founded...

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Jamaican cleric convicted in NY state terrorism trial

NEW YORK (AP): A Jamaican cleric accused of recruiting support for the Islamic State group was convicted Thursday of state terrorism charges after being extradited to New York City following an undercover New York Police Department sting that went...

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