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RIO DE JANEIRO (AP):Brazilians breathed a sigh of relief on Friday after the national team scored two stoppage-time goals to beat Costa Rica 2-0 at the World Cup, bringing it closer to a berth in the round of 16.With yellow-and-green T-shirts and...

The farming community of Mount Pleasant in west Portland has been rocked by a double murder after the nude body of a Caucasian female, along with that of her husband, was discovered on Friday afternoon.The names of the murdered victims have been...

Industry and Commerce Minister Audley Shaw is troubled by Jamaica's trade deficit with the United States and has urged the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) to provide more support."The end of March this year, in fact, showed that we imported...

WESTERN BUREAU:Ivan Anderson, managing director of the National Road Operating and Constructing Company (NROCC) says that the design for the Montego Bay leg of Highway 2000 is now being drafted and he is expecting that work on...

Shawn Witter is of the opinion that Jamaica can be spared devastation during the hurricane season if the population thinks positively.Speaking recently with The Gleaner during its community hurricane round-up, the resident of Ginger House in...

The Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) is making it clear that the Government has not asked Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Science, Energy and Technology Hillary Alexander to undertake an investigation at Petrojam.In a release yesterday, the...

Former Contractor General Greg Christie has said that the relevant oversight body should send a team to investigate allegations of corruption and nepotism at Petrojam, the state-owned oil refinery.Christie told The Gleaner yesterday that the...

Pointing to the unavoidable and inevitable digitalisation of the Jamaican society, Prime Minister Andrew Holness says that his administration is laying the foundation for a digital makeover that will have a jaw-dropping effect on life.Holness, who...

Jayden Clarke was bubbling with excitement as he watched the proceedings at a ceremony to award students who registered exemplary performances in the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) at the National Arena in Kingston yesterday.The young, bright...
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