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High Performance target - Skerritt vows to revamp grass-roots cricket
Newly elected president of Cricket West Indies, Ricky Skerritt, said that his first order of business in his new role is to revamp the association’s High Performance Centre (HPC). The 62-year-old defeated incumbent Dave Cameron of Jamaica, 8-4...

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Today's Issue Published: Monday, March 25, 2019
Lead Stories

C-Bar track stars suspended for disobedience, not assault

Calabar High School’s acting principal, Calvin Rowe, has fired back at physics teacher Sanjaye Shaw, accusing the educator of attempting to overstep his boundaries in wanting to dictate what punishment should be meted out to track stars DeJour...

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News

PEP still in step - Terrelonge says all set for second phase of exam this week

There are assurances from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information that the controversy that broke last week surrounding the sacking of portfolio minister Ruel Reid will not affect the administration of the Primary Exit Profile (PEP)...

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Sports

High Performance target - Skerritt vows to revamp grass-roots cricket

Newly elected president of Cricket West Indies, Ricky Skerritt, said that his first order of business in his new role is to revamp the association’s High Performance Centre (HPC). The 62-year-old defeated incumbent Dave Cameron of Jamaica, 8-4...

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Entertainment

The INDIGGO Conference exposure call

At the second instalment of the INDIGGO Conference, held on Saturday at the Courtleigh Auditorium, there was an ­influx of tertiary-level students at varying stages of study, as well as corporate professionals, all eager to get insight on ­turning...

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Commentary

Garth Rattray | The ‘S' factor

Many of us were surprised to hear that our county’s estimated inflation rate is expected to be as low as around 4.80 per cent. The authorities defended their calculation but, given the increased prices in various products and services, that low...

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Letters

Letter of the Day | Jamaica, Venezuela and the US
THE EDITOR, Sir: It was very encouraging to see the treatment in the two major newspapers on Friday, March 22, 2019, of the struggle in Venezuela between that country and the US administration, which is bent on removing Maduro from office, perhaps...

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Flair

Minding Your Business with Alex Morrissey

Being an entrepreneur involves much more than taking on financial risks in hopes of making a profit. It means that you are a fountain of new ideas, an innovator, and an inspiration to others, especially if you are young. That’s what Esirom boss...

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