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LONDON, England (JIS) — Audley Shaw, minister of industry, commerce, agriculture and fisheries, is currently leading a five-day promotion mission to London to promote Jamaica’s agricultural sector for investment and export of Jamaica’s fresh produce and food-based products. The mission, which includes Jamaica Promotions Corporation (JAMPRO) president, Diane Edwards, began on Tuesday with attendance at […]

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By Anthony L Hall For years now, protesters have been setting The City of Lights ablaze nearly as often as campers have been setting The Golden State ablaze. Except that the grievances that invariably ignite the former are far more relatable than the carelessness that invariably cause the latter. I first commented on those grievances […]

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By Sir Ronald Sanders Had the meeting of Caribbean Community (CARICOM) governments on the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) been the only event affecting the Caribbean in the first week of December, it would have been a week to celebrate. But, it was also a week when global emissions of carbon dioxide reached such […]

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Dear Sir: The safe resettlement of returning citizens should be Jamaica’s number one priority. The numbers of returning citizens killed since 2012 is alarming and has risen to a national crisis that the government of Jamaica can no longer afford to ignore. Not if they value the huge contributions Jamaicans overseas are making to sustain […]

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Dear Sir: I urge the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) to ease the burden of Mayaro constituents who have been faced with the predicament of an irregular and inadequate supply of pipe borne water to their homes and businesses over the past month. Areas inclusive of but not limited to: St Ann’s Mayaro, Mafeking Village, […]

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Dear Sir: Diversification of economic revenue income must start with entrepreneurs. risk-takers, idea promoters, persons with natural and developed talents and skills, who are found throughout the human race and across the world’s geography. These are the individuals, the sources, the ideas, inventions and innovations to form and build future industries. These are the people, […]

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Dear Sir: President Trump declared “almost a complete victory” after learning of the results of the mid-term elections. However, this is another fabrication used to bolster his ego and security. This is no victory because the Democrats took control of the US House of Representatives and won the governorships of the key states of Pennsylvania, […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados — The Barbados Rugby Football Union has officially announced the names of the players who will represent Barbados at the 2018 Mitsubishi Electric Rugby Barbados World 7s (MERBW7s) Tournament that is set to take place at Kensington Oval on December 8 and 9. Barbados JetBlues male team captain, Sean Ward, said his team […]

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — When people talk sports in Trinidad and Tobago, football or cricket typically dominate the conversation – but in February 2016 all anyone could talk about was gymnastics. The Rio 2016 Olympic Games were close at hand, and then 20-year-old gymnast Thema Williams was widely considered to be the country’s best […]

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The Programme Officer in the Substance Unit of the Ministry of Health and Wellness has issued a warning to adults not to introduce minors to alcohol during the festive season. Nadiege Smith spoke against the backdrop of the ministry’s  launch of a substance abuse campaign aimed at raising awareness about the harmful effects of alcohol use.  […]

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