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Jamaica Gleaner:-  A prominent member of the local Rastafarian community has hailed reports of Rastafarianism being the fastest-growing religion among British soldiers as a victory for the faith, even as the Jamaica Defence Force has not yet warmed up to the idea of enlisting dreadlocked soldiers. On the weekend, an article in a United Kingdom newspaper […]

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Press Release:-  The Public is hereby notified that in keeping with changes in international oil prices and Government’s application of the modified market pass-through petroleum pricing mechanism, the retail price of LPG 20, 22 and 100 lb cylinders has changed. The price of gasoline, diesel and kerosene remains unchanged. The price changes take effect from Monday […]

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — A woman, who reportedly collected £4,000 and $140,000 from a woman to make reservation for her and her family to travel from London, England to New York in the United States but failed to do so, is scheduled to return to court on May 6, to pay over half of the amount ...

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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AFP) — Malaysia plans to launch a flying car, a minister has said, sparking a flood of mockery in a country with a chequered history when it comes to automotive projects. The prototype of the vehicle, which uses local technology, will be unveiled later this year, said Entrepreneur Development Minister Redzuan Mohamad ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — How could Richard “Mus­cle” Ed­wards, a man with at least 25 years train­ing in the De­fence Force, point a weapon to his head with a round cham­bered and squeeze the trig­ger? Or was it a case of him clean­ing his weapon while in an in­tox­i­cat­ed state? Or did Ed­wards die in some ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — When Tyrone Bryan woke up in the Port Antonio Hospital in Portland last August he had only a hand and a foot. He was both petrified and confused since the last thing he remembered was picking breadfruit in Anchovy Gardens in the parish. Everything after that was a blur. Bryan couldn’t recall ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Jamaica’s Reggae Girlz came out on the right side of an exciting 3-2 result over Chile, to close out their back-to-back assignments with the South Americans with another victory. Fresh off their 1-0 win on Thursday inside the National Stadium, the Jamaicans (53rd ranked) again managed to get the better of the ...

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GROS ISLET, St Lucia, Mar 3, CMC – West Indies’ opening batsman Chris Gayle said despite not coming into the One Day International series against England in form, he never doubted his ability to score runs. The 39-year-old Jamaican was named Player of the Series after amassing 429 runs in four matches at an average ...

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GROS ISLET, St Lucia, Mar 3, CMC – Exciting allrounder Jofra Archer will be given a chance to make England’s World Cup squad following the touring side’s sub-par performance against the West Indies in the just concluded One Day International series. That sentiment was echoed by England’s coach Trevor Bayliss at the end of the ...

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(GIS) — The Government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) continues to partner with the Government of Saint Lucia in development initiatives for Saint Lucians. Recently, Saint Lucians desirous of attaining higher learning in Taiwan attended a briefing on the available scholarship programmes. The scholarship programmes provide opportunities to young Saint Lucians to study in ...

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