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Kevin Downswell Ministries restoring lives
Around last year this time, gospel recording artiste Kevin Downswell embarked on a journey to help people with the restoration of their relationship with God.The minister explained that the project, called Realignment, was the result of a reflection...

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Today's Issue Published: Saturday, June 23, 2018
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Brazilian Bliss - Fans heave sigh of relief; celebrate first 2018 World Cup win

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP):Brazilians breathed a sigh of relief on Friday after the national team scored two stoppage-time goals to beat Costa Rica 2-0 at the World Cup, bringing it closer to a berth in the round of 16.With yellow-and-green T-shirts and...

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Six GSAT students score 100 per cent in all subject areas

Six students - three boys and three girls - scored 100 per cent in all subject areas of the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT), which was conducted in March.Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Ruel Reid, made the announcement at the...

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Dalton Myers | World Cup vs the Summer Olympics

The FIFA men's football World Cup is in high gear. The debates continue about the greatest footballer, the best team, who will win, and who won't make it through the first round. This is because the World Cup is considered the 'Greatest Show on...

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'Paradise Plum' sweetens deal with UK-based fashion brand - Cross-industry collaboration to take Naomi Cowan's single nautical

Entertainers often create their distinct stage look, and the same goes for fashion designers and their collections. Occasionally, fashion draws on musical culture for inspiration, which is what Alessandra Bell, founder of UK-based resort line...

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Editorial | Dr Wheatley and Petrojam's big leak
The image of Energy Minister Dr Andrew Wheatley emerging from a low-slung sports car assisted by models as he swaggered into Parliament to speak at the Sectoral Debate could convince the onlooker that his ministry was on target to "energise,...

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Letter of the Day | Resuscitate plans for Portmore hospital
THE EDITOR, Sir:The community of Portmore in St Catherine has all the elements of a thriving town worthy of city status. Business is booming and development occurring at a rapid pace.It is not unusual to leave the area and come back some months...

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