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LOUD cries for justice punctuated songs of praise and worship at Fellowship Tabernacle in St Andrew yesterday morning, a mere 48 hours after its pastor, Reverend ‘Al’ Miller, was con ...

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THE country’s outdated adoption laws and the devastating effects on the lives of children in need of stable homes have resurfaced, with members of the Public Administration and Appropriati ...

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FOR many who attended Reggae Sumfest’s final night on Saturday, it would be the performance by singer Sanchez that was the evening’s highlight. Coming on stage just after 2:00 am, the ...

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Santa Cruz, St Elizabeth — Life is set to get easier for motorists on the badly scoured Gutters to Lacovia main road, which links Mandeville through Santa Cruz to points west, including Mo ...

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BYDGOSZCZ, Poland — Jamaica captured three medals on yesterday’s final day of the IAAF World Under-20 Championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland, including unexpected medals in the women’s ...

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Cabinet to review OCG report on Caricel

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Fellowship Tabernacle turns over ‘Al’ Miller’s case to God
LOUD cries for justice punctuated songs of praise and worship at Fellowship Tabernacle in St Andrew yesterday morning, a mere 48 hours after its ...... Read More

Adoption concern
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Too early for specifics
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SPORT

Jamaican at heart

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Jamaica end U-20 Champs on high
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Shaw promises new regulatory environment for micro credit companies

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Caricel hits back at OCG’s call for revocation of its telecom licences
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At the July 12th Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) annual economic forum, entitled “Developing beyond the IMF”, President Wi ...... Read More

ENTERTAINMENT

Delus remembered as a gentle spirit

Family members, well-wishers and members of the entertainment fraternity were among the large congregation that flocked to the Church of Resurrection in Duhaney Park, St Andrew, last Saturday, to ce ... Read More

Soothing end to Sumfest
FOR many who attended Reggae Sumfest’s final night on Saturday, it would be the performance by singer Sanchez that was the evening’s h ...... Read More

Tulloch pens 3Some
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ALL WOMAN

Bringing a third person into the bedroom

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Life as a ‘born again’ virgin
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COLUMNS

Between Jamrock and other hard places

With reports of racist attacks in the US and terrorist attacks in the Middle East and Europe, we’d better batten down and secure Jamaica. “Foreign” is certainly not looking as attra ... Read More

Farmers ready to join Caricom, Brexit
On Wednesday July 13, 2016, hundreds of the nation’s farmers met at the Denbigh showground in May Pen, Clarendon, as the Jamaica Agricultura ...... Read More

Turkey restores democracy and the order
Turkish people will never forget the date of July 15, 2016.This was a horrible day as a coup attempt by a group of military personnelwas perpetrate ...... Read More

Arbitral tribunal on South China Sea
On July 12, 2016, the Arbitral Tribunal in the South China Sea rendered an award in an attempt to undermine China’s territorial sovereignty a ...... Read More

REGIONAL

The Zong slave ship tragedy remembered

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Agriculture Joseph’s way
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Main road through St Elizabeth to be resurfaced
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Bartlett sets 2018 deadline for $1.4-b Falmouth upgrade
TOURISM Minister Edmund Bartlett is targeting a 2018 completion deadline for several projects aimed at transforming the Georgian town of Falmouth ...... Read More

EDITORIALS

Beyond the jobs that a reopened Alpart will provide

The optimism in St Elizabeth and Manchester following news of the sale of the mothballed Alpart alumina refinery to Chinese metals corporation Jiquan Iron & Steel Company Limited (JISCO) is unde ... Read More

Standing up for democracy in the PNP
The People’s National Party’s (PNP’s) long-standing political philosophy is that leadership is elected and maintained by allowing ...... Read More

Thanks, Mr Jerome Taylor
From a purely statistical point of view Mr Jerome Taylor’s Test match record showing 130 wickets at 34 runs each may not seem very impressive ...... Read More

PM Rowley’s visit a good move
Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley should be commended for using the art of diplomacy to bridge what was a widening gap between tw ...... Read More

AUTO

Designed for driving pleasure

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ATL promotion here to stay
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Photo Finish: Dream Big
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