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22 Sep/2019

Errol Rickman’s fascination with space … Astronomer encourages youth to be stargazers

Errol Rickman has been fascinated with the universe since he was a little boy, and now at age 85 years, he still has the same joy looking through his telescope. “From I was a little boy, I have always had an interest in astronomy and my first...
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22 Sep/2019

Health + Tech | Deciding on a telemedicine partner

In the past few years, a number of telemedicine vendors have entered the local market. This is a good indication that we are moving forward and evolving to incorporate digital health into the healthcare ecosystem. We still have a little way to go...
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22 Sep/2019

Religion & Culture | Qigong - Why the west is looking to the east for good health and happiness

I walked awkwardly around the circle. It was more challenging than imagined. Circle walking or Turning the Circle requires balance, concentration and impeccable footwork. Frustrated, I stopped and lowered my arms, calling a time-out. Tina Zhang, my...
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22 Sep/2019

Fit 4 Life Season 3 kicks off with a bang!

Sheer determination pushed Althea Salmon to be out to catch the 5:30 a.m. bus from Portmore, St Catherine, to reach in time for the launch of Season 3 of The Gleaner’s Fit 4 Life health and fitness programme. By 6:30 yesterday morning, she joined...
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22 Sep/2019

Editors' Forum | Uptown silence … Affluent communities have ‘false sense of security’, not sharing info with Crime Stop

The implementation of zones of special operations (ZOSOs) in some hard-pressed communities has caused an uptick in the number of calls to Crime Stop’s ‘311’ hotline. However, there are concerns that residents of more affluent areas continue to...
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22 Sep/2019

$65 million goal … Crime Stop hopes to raise much-needed funds in five years

Solving crime pays, but in order to ensure that they continue to fulfil this promise, Crime Stop Jamaica (CSJ) intends to raise $65 million over the next five years to help fund administrative costs and rewards. With the help of its partners, more...
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22 Sep/2019

Suicidal shotters - Gangsters taking out self-hate on society is a cry for help – experts

Many of Jamaica’s gangsters are believed to be suffering from depression and other mental illnesses that can lead to suicide, and according to local experts on the topic, most of them are simply calling out for help with each murder and shooting...
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22 Sep/2019

Shauna-Kay Douglas: Focuses on her strengths

There are two types of people. There are those who search for a dysfunction then wallow in self-pity, and, on the other hand, those, like Shauna-Kay Douglas, who, despite the acknowledgement of their imperfections, refuse to take a back seat on the...
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22 Sep/2019

Artist tells stories in three-dimensional metal

OPELOUSAS, La. (AP) Louisiana State University’s Tiger Marching Band is so dynamic, artist Carroll Gautreaux had to add a third dimension to his metal art painting just to capture it. But, then, that’s what Gautreaux does — turns what could be...
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22 Sep/2019

Single mother battling kidney failure fears leaving her son

It is certainly not something she eagerly awaits, but she knows of the possibilities with her life-threatening ailment. The thought of death scares her, not because it is a road every mortal life may travel, but because it means she may leave her...
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22 Sep/2019

A new look at Frank Lloyd Wright’s textiles and home goods A new look at Frank Lloyd Wright’s + TEXTILES HOME ART

NEW YORK (AP): A small but important exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art explores a little-known facet of architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s creations: his line of wallpapers, printed and woven textiles, and other home goods designed for the...
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22 Sep/2019

Retirement and the family

You say that money isn’t everything But I’d like to see you live without it, You think you can keep on going living like a king, Oohh babe, but I strongly doubt it, – Tomorrow – Silver Chair The cost of living is so high these days that taking...
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22 Sep/2019

The beliefs of the Temple of Light Centre for Spiritual Living - Part II

The Temple of Light Centre for Spiritual Living, located at 4-6 Fairway Avenue in Kingston, was founded by Reverend Dr Elma Lumsden in 1979. It sees itself as “a religion taught by scientific principles” whose purpose is to “awaken humanity to its...
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22 Sep/2019

Healing - the very nature of God

When you get a headache, what is the first thing you do? When your nose starts to run or the doctors give an unthinkable diagnosis, what is your first response? Is it to pray and ask God for healing? Even if we don’t voice them, many of us have...
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22 Sep/2019

‘Man of God’ says he is on a mission to warn the people

Mandeville, Manchester : Clad in robes of white, red, or yellow and chanting messages he says he receives from God, in the town of Mandeville and across sections of Jamaica, is what Neco Williams, more popularly known as ‘Man of God’ or ‘Prophet’,...
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22 Sep/2019

‘Woman Stay Loose Network’ goes live

What started as an annual conference has since developed into an idea for an online series aimed at the total transformation of individuals into free and empowered beings. The ‘Woman Stay Loose Network’, according to its conceptualiser, Prophetess...
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22 Sep/2019

Bunting says 'push back' from some comrades scrapped plans to address PNP conference

Defeated People's National Party (PNP) presidential challenger, Peter Bunting, says there was push back from some comrades to him addressing today's annual conference of the party. As a consequence, he decided not to follow through with his...
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22 Sep/2019

JN Group, IDB partners on training to improve water harvesting and efficiency

The Jamaica National Group, in collaboration with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), has launched a 16-week training programme on rainwater harvesting and grey-water recycling. The initiative is being to build local capacity in ...
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22 Sep/2019

PNP 81st confab gets under way at National Arena

At 11a.m., the People’s National Party (PNP) anthem was blaring through the speakers, signalling a start to the 81-year-old party’s annual conference inside the National Arena. Party Chairman Fitz Jackson’s voice was then heard...
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22 Sep/2019

VM Investments says stake in B'dos online lending platform strategic, creates value for shareholders

Victoria Mutual Investments Limited (VMIL) says its acquisition of a 30 per cent stake in Barbados-based FinTech company, Carilend Caribbean Holdings Limited was a strategic move to capitalise on an emerging technology that has potential...
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