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An air of gloom still hangs over Frome Technical High School, three days after a teenage student at the institution was found dead, clad in her school uniform, near the school premises on Tuesday evening, (January 27).
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Miss Global goes to Panama?

A reliable source has informed this newspaper that Montego Bay’s homegrown Miss Global International Beauty Pageant, may be heading to Panama for its next coronation show this year. The pageant celebrated its 10th anniversary in fine style on December 6, 2014 at Hotel RIU, where 17 contestants vied for the coveted crown which was won by Miss Martinique Anne Sophie Ribesois....
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MOCA takes anti-scamming campaign to schools

The fight against lottery scamming in Area 1 has been stepped up a notch through a recently launched campaign, geared at curbing the illicit activity from within the schools. ...
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PROTECTING JAMAICA’S FUTURE

With all the negatives in the society today, children need strong and effective parenting as well as good role models. The pervasion of violence and...
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Teenager found dead - Never made it to school on Monday

An air of gloom still hangs over Frome Technical High School, three days after a teenage student at the institution was found dead, clad in her school uniform, near the school premises on Tuesday evening, (January 27)....
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Miss Global goes to Panama?

A reliable source has informed this newspaper that Montego Bay’s homegrown Miss Global International Beauty Pageant, may be heading to Panama for its next coronation show this year. The pageant celebrated its 10th anniversary in fine style on December 6, 2014 at Hotel RIU, where 17 contestants vied for the coveted crown which was won by Miss Martinique Anne Sophie Ribesois....
Full story
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MOCA takes anti-scamming campaign to schools

The fight against lottery scamming in Area 1 has been stepped up a notch through a recently launched campaign, geared at curbing the illicit activity from within the schools. ...
Full story
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    Tryall Golf tournament a success

    The 5th annual staging of the Tryall Golf Club Invitational Pro-am Tournament held over three days (January 15th- 17th) has been deemed a great success by the organizers.
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    Team under-prepared

    Amidst his proclamation that he will not resign from his post as head coach of the National Under-20 team, Theodore Whitmore remains very disappointed at not being able to qualify the team for the World Cup in New Zealand later this year.
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    Red Stripe Premier League - Reno seek win

    It promises to be a battle of wills, when struggling Reno and Sporting Central Academy lock horns at the Frome Sports Complex, as the battle for points continue on the weekend in the 21st series of matches in the Red Stripe Premier League.
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    Wimpish exit

    Jamaica’s wretched showing in the FIFA/CONCACAF Under-20 World Cup qualifiers ended in further embarrassment on Wednesday night, (January 21) at the Montego Bay Sports Complex as the team ended the final round without recording a victory.
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    Large turnout for inaugural tourism linkages event

    Tourism and Entertainment Minister, Dr. Wykeham McNeill, is hailing the strong support for the inaugural staging of the Tourism Linkages Speed Networking Event, noting that the large turnout of buyers and suppliers augurs well for the future of the sector.
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    Manufacturers ready to supply local tourism interests

    President of the Jamaica Manufacturers Association, (JMA), Brian Pengelley, has reiterated that manufacturers in Jamaica have reached the required standards, if not higher, and have been ready to supply the tourism industry with the high quality goods and services it requires to operate.
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    KIWANIANS ASSIST CANCER SOCIETY

    The all-female Kiwanis Club of Providence in Montego Bay, on January 14, presented a cheque for $250,000 to the Jamaica Cancer Society to aid in the fight against the disease.
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    FLANKER MARCHING BAND RECEIVE ASSISTANCE

    In keeping with their ongoing support for the Sandals Foundation, travel agents committed to Sandals Resorts International recently raised more than US$36,000, for the Foundation-supported Flanker Resource Centre’s marching band.
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  • YOUR PERSONAL SAFETY

    On Saturday night, a woman was robbed of her phone while in the vicinity of Church Lane and Harbour Street in Montego Bay. A member
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  • KEEP UP THE FIGHT, JCF

    With St. James recording a number of murders since the start of 2015, the police have been busy trying to solve these incidents which, if
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  • TRAIN UP THE BOYS

    With crime being a major challenge in Jamaica and males being the main perpetrators, there is a need to question how boys are being raised
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  • HELP THE CRAFT VENDORS

    Days after disgruntled vendors of the Harbour Street Craft Market demonstrated at the entrance of the St James Parish Council’s Union Street Montego Bay offices
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