Nadine Sutherland takes ‘Action’ with early Biden-Harris vote

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Her mid-morning flight from Kingston pulled up to the gate of Terminal 5 at New York’s JFK International Airport shortly after 3:30 p.m. last Wednesday. Three hours later, Jamaican reggae singer Nadine Sutherland was in a polling booth in Queens,…

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D-DAY - Pro-Biden Jamaicans throng polls as Trump clutches at re-election

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Millions of voters forecast to turn out today will help decide the future of America as two vastly different visions clash in an epic election that climaxes amid a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic and the casting of record-high early ballots. On…

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Clarendon principals welcome reopening of schools

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The headmasters of Morgan’s Forest Primary and Infant and Alston High School, two Clarendon schools selected as part of a two-week pilot to resume face-to-face classes, are grateful for being selected. “Blessed and highly favoured” is how Romeo…

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‘Untidy’… Yallahs principal in the dark after school selected for face-to-face pilot

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Principal of the Yallahs High School in St Thomas, Mark Malabver has described as untidy the government’s approach to the pilot programme for the resumption of face-to-face classes. The school is among 16 in nine parishes that the…

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Missionaries make COVID appeal

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The Father Richard Ho Lung-founded Missionaries of the Poor is appealing for assistance to acquire personal protective equipment (PPE) and other resources to fight the coronavirus outbreak at their facilities. Secretary General Brother Roche…

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Yallahs anticipates face-to-face resumption of classes

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Fatigued by Internet connectivity issues to access lessons online, residents in and around Yallahs in St Thomas are breathing a sigh of relief at the inclusion of their high school among 17 institutions for a reopening pilot starting November 9….

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Cops warn of deadly risk as bullets rain at party - Gunman issued threat before killing two, injuring 10

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Western Bureau: The police yesterday sent a warning to event promoters to adhere to stipulations when granted permits to host events and to desist from staging unauthorised parties in the wake of a mass shooting at a Westmoreland party on Sunday…

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Trump no threat to democracy – chair

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COLUMBUS, Ohio: The first woman to chair the Republican Party of Ohio, Jane Murphy Timken, says a win for her party will signal a rejection of what she calls Joe Biden’s socialist ideology. She has also defended President Donald Trump’s commitment…

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Haunted by 1980 | A country left in crisis - Picking up the pieces after election and the attacks on Mike Henry’s life

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Upon the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) sweeping to power in a 51-9 seat blowout in the 1980 general election, veteran politician Mike Henry recalls that the Government was formed in crisis mode as there was only enough food in the island to last for…

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How PNP delegates are chosen

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Much has been said about the delegates’ list, which will be used in the People’s National Party’s (PNP) presidential election as Lisa Hanna and Mark Golding face off this Saturday. The list of nearly 4,000 names is mainly comprised group…

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