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Passion Pays Off: Denise Gordon-Morrison is the ‘MVP’
She is not the first person you would notice when you walk into a room: she doesn’t like the spotlight. She’s soft-spoken and very unassuming. But, Spa Manager Denise Gordon-Morrison, at Sandals Negril, recently copped the coveted title of MVP (...

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Today's Issue Published: Monday, July 22, 2019
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PNP MPs in dead heat!

Incumbent People’s National Party (PNP) president Dr Peter Philips is hoping that lightning will not strike thrice in his political life and deny him leadership of the party he has served for years as he begins his defence of his stewardship to...

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With Boris Johnson tipped to win PM race, UK eyes rocky ride

LONDON (AP): Britain is getting a new prime minister. Buckle up for a rocky ride. Tomorrow the UK’s governing Conservatives will announce the winner of a contest to replace Theresa May as leader of the party and the country. Just over three months...

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Return of the ‘Mac!' - Former technical director open to another Sunshine Girls stint

Liverpool, England: Former national senior ­netball team technical ­director Jill McIntosh, says she is open to a return to the Sunshine Girls set-up if she is called upon by Netball Jamaica (NJ) in the future. McIntosh, an Australian who is...

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Barefoot Buju basks in Reggae Sumfest love - Artiste Mo Bay homecoming bigger than music

WESTERN BUREAU: Easily, with no hyperbole, Buju Banton is the most anticipated reggae artiste in the world. For the thousands who flocked Reggae Sumfest last Saturday night, his homecoming to Montego Bay was historic. One of the country’s national...

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Editorial | A staff monitoring with IMF may be necessary
This newspaper notes with satisfaction last week’s disclosure by the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) resident representative, Dr Constant Lonkeng Ngouana, that the Fund will maintain its Kingston office for another two years after its US$1.6-...

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Letter of the Day | Progress at Cornwall Regional
THE EDITOR, Sir: Every effort is being made to ensure the rehabilitation of the Cornwall Regional Hospital (CRH) in the best interest of the thousands of Jamaicans who rely on the facility for healthcare services and in the shortest possible time....

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Something Extra | Monday

The Global Soundclash event, held prior to Reggae Sumfest’s main nights over the weekend, saw patrons turning out in their numbers, dressed to impress, as they enjoyed a taste of Jamaica’s rich music and culture. In addition to being entertained by...

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Stay Golden with Island Girl Collection

Melanin glowing in the sun’s smile. Glamorous strut in the spotlight. Day or night, no matter the occasion, Stay Golden Cosmetics (SGC) has your lips covered with its new and luxurious Island Girl Collection. The uber-chic super-exclusive lip line...

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