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Lee-Chin urges Jamaicans to save more and invest in assets

Chairman of the Economic Growth Council (EGC), Michael Lee-Chin, has made a passionate plea for Jamaicans to save and purchase more assets, warning that foreigners will sweep in as the economy begins to strengthen. Lee-Chin, who was addressing the...

Run away triggers Sex, ‘hype’ lifestyle and abuse influence children’s decision to leave home

Founder of Hear the Children’s Cry Betty-Ann Blaine has said that many children run away from home because of various factors such as abuse, the allure of sex and the desire to obtain things that their parents cannot afford to provide for them. ...

Heart-wrenching! - Funeral director says ‘special kind of grief’ reserved for Shantae Skyers

Tears, anguish and overwhelming grief permeated the Meadowvale Seventh-day Adventist Church on Chancery Street, St Andrew, which hosted the thanksgiving service for murdered eight-year-old Shantae Skyers yesterday, leading the funeral director at ...

Man kills mother, 5-y-o nephew in Trelawny

A Trelawny woman and her five-year-old grandson were chopped to death by her own son in Martha Brae on Saturday night. He was later shot and killed after allegedly attacking members of a police party who had gone to the location to carry out in...

First woman picked to lead Grammys

Deborah Dugan, the CEO of Bono’s (RED) organisation, has been named president and CEO of the Recording Academy, becoming the first woman appointed to lead the organisation. The academy announced on Wednesday that Dugan will succeed Neil Portnow,...

World Relays to provide Doha test – Wilson

Jamaica will seek to answer some questions about its prowess in sprinting at the fourth staging of the IAAF World Relays, which gets under way here tomorrow. The retirement of sprint legend Usain Bolt and the absence of the never-ageing Veronica C...

Teacher killers are cowards, says Terrelonge

Alando Terrelonge, state minister in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information, says the recent murders of teachers Clevon Campbell and Samuel Martin have robbed the educational system of two educators at a time when there is a glaring need...

Merl Grove programme kicks bad behaviour through gate

Several Merl Grove High School students who were either constantly misbehaving in classes or underperforming during the Christmas term were awarded yesterday for making a full turnaround after participating in a programme created by the school. Du...

Bloomfield murder accused offered $800,000 bail

After being charged two months ago with the murder of East Portland Member of Parliament Dr Lynvale Bloomfield, 20-year-old Simeon Anthony Sutherland was yesterday offered bail in the sum of $800,000 when he appeared in the Portland Parish Court. ...

Seaga hospitalised in the US

Former Prime Minister Edward Seaga has been hospitalised in the United States of America. Seaga, 88, is battling cancer and its complications. The Gleaner understands that Jamaica’s fifth prime minister, who has been receiving medical attention fo...