Coffee marriage!

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A chance meeting between Blake Widmer, director of Deaf Can! Coffee, and Andrew Witham, the British High Commission’s post security manager at the Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Festival in March, has resulted in a new win-win alliance.

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New leadership the best course for PNP, says Bunting

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Below is the full text of Peter Bunting’s statement in which he states why he is challenging Dr Peter Phillips for leadership of the People’s National Party (PNP). Since our party’s East Portland by-election loss, there has been increasing speculation about both the desirability and the likelihood of a change in leadership of the PNP.

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Ganja lessons!

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Minister of Agriculture and Food Security in Barbados Indar Weir, and officials of his ministry, recently visited Jamaica to look at what has been done locally, as the Barbadian Government moves to introduce its medical marijuana industry.Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley recently announced plans to establish a medical marijuana industry project implementation unit.

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Mom: The police traumatised me and my girls

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When Pauline Taylor and her three teenage daughters made plans for an evening out to have dinner after Hurricane Sandy left their home without electricity back in 2012, little did they know that a routine traffic stop would lead to a traumatic encounter with the police that still lingers years later.

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Woman allegedly assaulted for not taking part in a threesome

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Eyes widened in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court last week when a woman who was reportedly punched in her face by her lover revealed that she was assaulted because she had refused his request for a threesome and for his ’side chick’ to live with them.

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Man gets three-month sentence after failing to stay away from his ex

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A security guard, who came to court on Thursday thinking that he could have talked his way out of the situation, after breaching a protection order by going to his ex-lover’s house and assaulting her, was surprised with a three-month prison sentence.

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Sunday Brew — June 9, 2019

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What’s going on at Tastee Patties?CERTAIN occurrences at some outlets of Tastee Patties forced me to ask relevant questions and seek answers about why there, to me, has been a decline in customer service standards at the famed company in recent months.

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‘I failed about three or four times… but I never gave up because I believed’

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Second in a new feature giving a snapshot of the lives and thoughts of people you see on the streets daily. Sunday Observer reporter Sharlene Hendricks speaks to Racquel Clarke-Campbell, Reggae Jammin hot dog vendor at Regal Plaza, Cross Roads, St Andrew.  

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PETER VS PETER!

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IT’S official.People’s National Party (PNP) Member of Parliament Peter Murcott Bunting will challenge Dr Peter David Phillips for the top post in the Opposition political movement, Bunting confirmed by way of a statement obtained by the Jamaica Observer late yesterday.

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Imani’s ideal seat!

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WHILE many persons will list their ties to a particular area as the main reason they want to serve as its political representative, Imani Duncan-Price claims no such ties to Central Kingston, even though her father, veteran politician Dr DK Duncan, was born on Cambridge Street in Franklyn Town.

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