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A month from now, a speedy group of Jamaican ladies will sprint for the honour of running at the World Championships this September in Doha, Qatar. Among them will be Gayon Evans, the Commonwealth Games 100 metre bronze medal winner. The 29-year-old Evans embellished her résumé in the last two... Read More

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  • Cherie Johnson, one of the 2019 Governor General’s Jamaica Diaspora Award for Excellence recipients, says that the power of positive thinking and a hunger for valuable educational experiences provided the stimulus to turn her life around after jail...
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  • Millions Spent On Public Education Campaign For Plastic Bag Ban The government has revealed that $30 million has been spent to date, on a public education campaign raising awareness about the ban on plastic bags - a ban that has been in place since January 1.In a speech delivered yesterday by Senator Matthew... Read More
  • Two Returnees In National Under-15 Cricket Squad Jamaica's Under 15 cricketers are set to depart the island of Thursday to take part in the regional youth tournament in Antigua and Barbuda from April 11-21. The largely new-look team was presented with their playing gear on Wednesday at Sabina Park... Read More
  • Wikileaks Co-Founder Arrested In London Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange has been arrested at the Ecuadorian embassy in London.Assange took refuge in the embassy in 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden over a sexual assault case that has since been dropped.At Westminster Magistrates'... Read More
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