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Nations League: Portugal beat Czechs, Spain lose to Swiss
BARCELONA, Spain (AP): DIOGO DALOT helped Portugal take control of their Nations League group by scoring his first two international goals in a 4-0 rout of the Czech Republic yesterday. Spain blew their lead of Group A2 after flopping in a 2-1 loss...

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Today's Issue Published: Sunday, September 25, 2022
Lead Stories

MONSTER DRUG BUST

A security audit has been triggered at the Ian Fleming International Airport, following an operation on Friday in which local and international law enforcement officers seized a $4-billion stash of cocaine believed to have been destined for Canada...

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News

High crime rate leads court to impose lengthy sentence for double murder convict

The crime crisis Jamaica is facing has rankled some judges so much that they threw the book at a double murder convict, imposing the maximum sentence. In July, the Court of Appeal ordered that Rayon Williams must serve 45 years before being...

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Sports

‘It's about time'

A YEAR after her death, former Reggae Girlz general manager, Jean Nelson, is being recognised at the National Honours and Awards Ceremony on October 17 with the Order of Distinction in the rank of Officer for her contributions to the Jamaica...

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Business

COK, NCU partnership fuels new strategy

COK Sodality Cooperative Credit Union has signed an agreement with Northern Caribbean University to set up a branch on its Mandeville campus that will not only offer financial services to staff and students, but will also facilitate NCUs work-...

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Entertainment

Trinidad makes a ‘Return to Consciousness' with reggae music


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Commentary

Editorial | What of the farmwork review?
Over the five months between April and August, foreigners working on Canadian farms under that countrys seasonal employment programme filed more than 2,000 complaints with Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), the government agency that...

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Lifestyle

ESPN's Alexis Nunes remains true to her Jamaican roots

Dont play with Alexis Nunes when it comes to sports – she knows her stuff. As ESPNs lead Europe-based soccer and cricket reporter, the Jamaican is living out her dreams and constantly crushing goals. Born at Nuttall Hospital in St Andrew, the...

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In Focus

Gordon Robinson | Stop the knee-jerk calls for sackings

Recently, Jamaican politics has been indulging its favourite pastime, namely, majoring in the minor. We the people have endured loud and cantankerous political squabbles (hyped up by media) about the square root of nothing. Take, for example, the...

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Art & Leisure

Why do we laugh?

Until now, several theories have sought to explain what makes something funny enough to make us laugh. These include transgression (something forbidden), puncturing a sense of arrogance or superiority (mockery), and incongruity – the presence of...

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Auto

Donovan Montague | SLIPPERY WENN WETT REVISITED


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