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'Bigger than INDECOM'

A WELL-KNOWN United States civil-rights attorney who is part of the legal team representing the family of Mario Deane is contending that the issues surrounding his death are "bigger than the Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM)" and has, therefore, suggested that Jamaican Government step in now and ensure that there is fairness in the probe.

Parents' support overwhelming for opening day of school year

The laughter could not go unnoticed, nor could the tears and curiosity on the faces of parents and students alike as they made their way to various schools in the Corporate Area and St Catherine yesterday.



JC Museum now open

The atmosphere at the Jamaica College (JC) in St Andrew was engulfed in feelings of joy last Thursday for the official opening of the JC Museum.



Clarendon can win d'Cup - Walters

Clarendon College, having won the recent 2014 STETHS Cup- a pre-season competition - will seek the right to be ISSA/LIME daCosta Cup rural football champions and to build on their long and proud history in the sport.



IMF board expresses confidence in Lagarde

The executive board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) expressed confidence Friday in IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde after receiving a briefing on a French corruption probe in which Lagarde is being investigated.

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Rain may have threatened to put a damper on the spirits of those who came out early for Keesing Live on Saturday night, but despite the inclement weather, a few dedicated patrons were determined to enjoy a night of live music.



Boosting resilience in the Caribbean

Having lived and worked for more than a decade in four Caribbean countries I have witnessed first-hand how Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are extremely vulnerable to challenges ranging from debt and unemployment to climate change and sea level...



Teach the truth about history

THE EDITOR, Sir:Works like The Making of The West Indies, A History of Jamaica and all other outputs like those are nothing more than a whitewash of our history written by white or brown-skinned apologists who want to sugar- coat our colonial...



Tuesday Talk

1. Family members fear that nothing will come of the acid attack that left their loved one depressingly disfigured. You see, the alleged attacker is from uptown and the victim, from the other side of town.



Three children killed in knife attack at elementary school

BEIJING (AP):A 40-year-old man stabbed students and teachers with a fruit knife at an elementary school in central China yesterday, killing three children and injuring six other people before jumping to his death, officials said.



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