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Source: Jamaica Daily Gleaner

Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-07-27 02:01:28 -0700 | technology-news

Corey Robinson, Staff Reporter Fancy oils, therapeutic beds, and a trained masseuse are among the things one should expect at a massage parlour, but not so at the many that now operate across the Corporate Area. Instead, you find skimpily...
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Source: Jamaica Daily Gleaner

Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-07-27 01:24:15 -0700 | technology-news

I also ask the other readers to be patient with me; I will get to your questions in short order...Dear Mr Francis: I am an ardent reader of your column and I have an issue I would like you to...
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Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-07-27 01:24:13 -0700 | technology-news

With an estimated 150,000 and 200,000 households stealing electricity, the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) and the government is embarking on measures to reduce the theft which is costing the company millions each month. Scarlette Gillings, says the conversion of...
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Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-07-26 00:01:59 -0700 | technology-news

Recently, a group of parents were assembled at Hopewell High School in Hanover. They were not there to register their children for the new school year, or to complain about the management of the school. They came to learn how...
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Port Antonio :: Jamaica | updated 2014-07-26 00:01:55 -0700 | technology-news

Gareth Davis Sr, Gleaner Writer Port Antonio, Portland:The Portland Parish Library has benefited from a variety of resource material for children at the kindergarten level, to assist with its ongoing summer-school programme, which was donated by the Rotary Club of...
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May Pen :: Jamaica | updated 2014-07-26 00:01:55 -0700 | technology-news

Horace Fisher, Gleaner Writer Three years ago, in 2011, Otis James, the founder of the James and Friends Education Programme, conceptualised and implemented a scholars dinner to motivate students attending Effortville Primary School in May Pen, Clarendon, to up the...
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Montego Bay :: Jamaica | updated 2014-07-25 23:59:32 -0700 | technology-news

Mayor of Montego Bay Glendon Harris has hailed the late Vin Martin, former Honorary Consul to Atlanta, as a "gentle giant," whose life "epitomised the truest sense of patriotism". Martin, who was chairman of the Atlanta-Montego Bay Sister Cities Committee,...
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Portmore :: Jamaica | updated 2014-07-23 01:00:35 -0700 | technology-news

Amoya come through that gate," a teary-eyed Cheryl Morgan said as she shared her recollection of what has been a dismal period following the disappearance of her daughter almost a year ago. This has been Morgan's second interview with The...
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Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-07-21 03:46:50 -0700 | technology-news

The competition was designed to encourage citizens to advocate for "better public transportation and roads," as a national priority in Jamaica and other countries around the world; and is part of the road-safety awareness-building initiatives being implemented by the JAA...
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Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-07-20 00:34:34 -0700 | technology-news

Figures released by the Ministry of Education (MOE) show that the average grades received by boys were lower than the girls, in some instances by as much as seven percentage points. This has prompted principal of the Franklin Town Primary...
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Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-07-20 00:34:33 -0700 | technology-news

With the 2014 hurricane season under way, local business operators have been given another avenue to protect against disruptions if Jamaica is impacted. Columbus Business Solutions (CBS) has launched its hosted PBX telephone solution, which will ensure that local businesses...
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Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-07-20 00:34:32 -0700 | technology-news

Thanks as, usual, for your feedback and I am asking you to be patient with me. Those who have sent in questions, I will get to them shortly. I want to thank the attorneys who have written encouraging and giving...
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Montego Bay :: Jamaica | updated 2014-07-19 01:45:20 -0700 | technology-news

Montego Bay's Elegant Corridor, which has been plagued with numerous collisions and has recorded several fatalities in the last five years. "Over time, this stretch of road has become a safety concern for pedestrians and motorists alike due to speeding...
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Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-07-19 01:45:18 -0700 | technology-news

OF Health Dr Fenton Ferguson has called images shown in a recent media report on the Bellevue hospital a case of 'selective journalism'. The minister led journalists on a tour of the facility yesterday, in response to a televised report,...
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Kingston :: Jamaica | updated 2014-07-19 01:00:08 -0700 | technology-news

Jolyn Bryan, Gleaner Writer Forty-five students from three primary schools in St Thomas are set to participate in the Chocolisto Literacy Summer Camp in July. The camp is an initiative of the Ministry of Education and is sponsored by Ena...
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