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Hitched in high school! Teenagers' marriage stuns parliamentary committee

Two high-school students who tied the knot in December last year would have been denied the opportunity to become man and wife if a recommendation from the Office of the Children's Advocate (OCA)...

Haliborange ebola facts - EBOLA SLOWING DOWN IN LIBERIA

The World Health Organization (WHO) yesterday reported that there has been a decline in the spread of the Ebola virus in Liberia, one of three West African countries hardest hit by the deadly outbreak, considered one of the worst global health emergencies in modern times.



Ganja study needed

PROFESSOR DENSIL Williams, executive director of the Mona School of Business at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, has said a proper study needs to be done in identifying the economic benefits of legalising marijuana.



Gonsalves proposes CARICOM intervention

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC): St Vincent's prime minister, Dr Ralph Gonsalves, is advocating the assembling of a three-member CARICOM panel to help resolve the ongoing contract dispute between West Indies players, their union, WIPA, and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB).



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Comedy boosted by corporate support

The Ity and Fancy Show entered its seventh season recently, continuing its long run of giving Jamaicans an opportunity to laugh at themselves in the face of some trying times for most.



Overworked workers

On Tuesday, October 28, Jennifer Edwards, executive director of the National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA), in a letter to the editor titled 'Garbage Editorial', stated proudly that "...



Not another wage freeze

THE EDITOR, Sir: Let the negotiation begin! The Government of the day will not get away with this one. The public-service workers are holding their breaths for the negotiation of better remuneration that will begin in a matter of months.



Delectable offering awaits you at the Calypso!

Not everyone can cook like a professional chef, but at the Calypso at Sea Wind restaurant, we can all dine like a star on the divine dishes prepared by internationally acclaimed executive chef, Luis Fitch.



Shippers upbeat despite Ebola threat

ST JOHN'S (CMC): A senior official of the Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA) said he is confident, despite the fears being generated by the Ebola virus, that there will be an increase in cruise ship passengers to the region.



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