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With only a few weeks to go before the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations are administered, Education Minister Ronald Thwaites is urging students receiving Government assistance to ensure that they are present for the exams.

Students of Kingston Technical High School participate in group work at the school. - File

The Church In The Streets

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A man who was overwhelmed, distraught and contemplating murdering his girlfriend and then committing suicide, as she had abandoned him for another, taking all he provided, including the house, was counselled by a Street Pastor one night. Other Street Pastors followed him up by checking up on him.

Minister of National Security Peter Bunting dons a Street Pastor cap at the launch of a church-based 'Operation Save Jamaica' initiative on February 1. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Mere minutes before her 28th birthday, Latoya Campbell-Thompson was shot and killed by the man she had vowed to spend the rest of her life with. 

Campbell-Thompson was reportedly shot by her husband of three years, Police Constable Davian Thompson, 31, sometime after 11 on Saturday night while entering their home at Oaklands Apartments on Constant Spring Road in St Andrew.

Entrepreneurs Demand 'Respect' in Jamaica

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My husband was strolling the beach when a beautiful young woman approached and asked if he wanted a "permanent massage." At least, that's what he thought she said.

"A permanent massage?" Fred said. Was she speaking in some sort of sexual code? "What's that?" 

"A per-minute massage," she repeated in her lilting accent. "One dollar per minute."
ATLANTA, GA, (April 14, 2014) - Many people long to be successful personally and professionally. However, some make the mistake of measuring success by how much money one makes, how big one's house is, how new one's car is, one's abilities and talents, or one's status in their local community. Though success in life can be seen as some of these things, real success is only found by following the divine path uniquely designed just for you by the Creator.

ATLANTA, GA, (April 11, 2014) - He PromisD Nvr 2 LeaV Me, the debut novel of award-winning journalist Mark Lowery, details two parallel struggles. The first is the difficult situation in which the main character finds himself. The second deals with his internal struggle to reconcile his past and present. Will he learn from the past and move forward? Or will it trap him?

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