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Newly elected President of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) William Mahfood says he intends to engage government in creating a more efficient business market in Jamaica.Mr. Mahfood says the desire for a more...
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A new board for the National Housing Trust (NHT) will be installed in April next year.Information Minister, Sandrea Falconer says this came out of a meeting of the partnership for Jamaica.The...
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Rain today forced an early end to the second day's play of the first test between the West Indies and host South Africa at Centurion Park.West Indies who struggled with the ball were getting ready to...
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Co-executive Director of the Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CAPRI), Dr Christopher Tufton says the opening up of Cuba could see more North Americans choosing to vacation there, rather than...
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After the failure of the bowling the West Indies Batting will now have to come up strong to save the first test against host South Africa at Centurion Park.This as the home side after racing to an...
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Jamaica will end the year as the 75th ranked football team in the world.This according to Thursday's release of the FIFA Coca Cola ratings which sees the Reggae Boyz dropping four places from last...
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Marriage is bliss, at least so it is said, while one philosopher said that marriage is a three ring circus, wedding ring, engagement ring and suffering. Ultimately, however it depends on who you...
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The Jamaican authorities have welcomed the announcement today (December 17)  from the United States and Cuba on plans to normalize diplomatic and economic ties.Both the government and opposition...
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