All grown up Supreme Ventures thinks big for the future

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The company has just attained ‘adulthood’, but the rapidly growing Supreme Ventures Ltd has big people plans as it looks ahead to far more profitable years of existence.

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At last, Korean language makes UWI its new home

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Starting September 2019, The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona in collaboration with the Embassy of the Republic of Korea and the Korea Foundation, will be offering courses in Korean language (Hanguel) for those students interested in mastering the basic grammar and writing system of the Korean language.

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An evening that placed Manley’s Truth Be Told in the spotlight

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In the afterglow of his political career, and in the years leading up to his death in 1997, Michael Manley sat with his wife Glynn Manley and gave his candid reflections on events, local and international, which had shaped him, a controversial leader of the Caribbean and the developing world, who by then was eyeing the sunset of his life.

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His length and strength… Nutrition, health link

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IT’S time for some facts about the penis, health, nutrition, being overweight, and level of activity.Many men are currently concerned about their comparative penis size and/or functionality. So, let us begin by taking a closer look at the numbers.Average penis size of a mature male

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Sunday Brew — July 7, 2019

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Do not sell or lease Petrojam It had to happen. The significant finding emerging from a Petrojam Review Committee, comprising 10 individuals, the vast majority from the private sector, was that the Government should turn over the running of Petrojam to a private company with a long term lease, within the next two years.

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Struggling Cumberland head boy lands scholarship

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The struggling, outgoing head boy of Cumberland High School whose dream of receiving tertiary education at Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts could become a reality in the near future.Recently, the boy, 18-year-old Shamari Hendricks, received a scholarship valued at over $470,000 from Dr Kenneth and Clover Somers-Dehaney Foundation, which should at least cover his expenses for the first year at the college.

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Young-Sang: A woman with a steely resolve to succeed

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Ann-Dawn Young Sang is not your ordinary Jamaican woman who can be pushed around with the little finger.In fact, applying bully tactics that would frighten some women, who relax in seats of authority, is also not something that would be advised to try with her.In her own words, she is one really rugged nut to crack.

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Money comes for guns, bullets

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A reported ‘flood’ of money from overseas into the Rockfort community last week has sparked fresh fears that the ongoing gang feud is about to enter a new and even more violent phase.

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Burke: Vocal minority spoiling PNP race

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Former People’s National Party (PNP) general secretary Paul Burke is blaming a vocal minority for the vitriol which has marked the opening rounds of the contest between Dr Peter Phillips and Peter Bunting for the leadership of the party.Comrades have been going at each other, particularly on social media, in a crass and vulgar start to the campaign prompting PNP officer emeritus AJ Nicholson to bemoan their behaviour.

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$15,000 fine for running handcart over cop’s foot

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A man who ran his handcart over a policeman’s foot after he was instructed to stop in downtown, Kingston recently was fined $15,000 when he appeared in court on Friday.Admitting that he apologised to the policeman “multiple times” Tavoy McLean told the court that it was an accident.

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