Braves’ Weird World Series Win – Who Needs A No-Hitter? – Was A Modern Masterpiece

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[caption id="attachment_50090" align="alignleft" width="258"] Photo: newsamed.com[/caption] USA Today: ATLANTA, By Gabe Lacques – The modern baseball fan is best advised to accept the inevitable. Whether or not you love or loathe the way the game is planned, played and managed, the sport is ent... Read more

Is It Safe To Get A Flu Shot & A COVID-19 Vaccine At The Same Time? Experts Explain

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USA Today: Health & Wellness, By Marina Pitofsky - Peak flu season is approaching as the coronavirus pandemic continues, and families across the country are on the lookout for fevers, congestion and other symptoms. As you’re scheduling a flu shot, you might be wondering – can I get vaccinat... Read more

Agro-Investment Corp Secures Four Investors For Mango Orchard Project

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The Gleaner: KINGSTON, Jamaica, By Karena Bennett - Agro-Investment Corporation, an agency of the Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries, is on the hunt for 20 investors to put to work some 1,000 acres of idle sugar cane lands in Toll Gate, Clarendon. The lands have been earmarked for th... Read more

Robin Hood FC To Join Forces With Darock Elite Performance

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News Release: October 30, 2021 - Robin Hood is excited to announce that the 2021/22 season will be coached by Danté Leverock of DaRock Elite Performance. DaRock Elite Performance was founded in 2020 and has been successfully training young footballers, including several student-athletes who have... Read more

Cruise Operations To Resume At All Ports In Jamaica By December

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The Gleaner: KINGSTON, Jamaica, Contributed - A cruise ship docked at the Old Naval Dockyard in Port Royal, Kingston. The Port Authority of Jamaica (PAJ) is working assiduously to ensure a safe and secure return of cruise operations at all the island’s ports by early December 2021. Assis... Read more

Date A Gangster? No Sah!

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Jamaica Observer: KINGSTON, By Brittny Hutchinson - The idea of dating gangsters is not being embraced by some Jamaican women, even if the criminals have the ability to meet their every need. Their views come in the wake of a social media post a few weeks ago by Leah Tavares-Finson, the mother of C... Read more

Ultimatum: Pathways Given 24 Hours To Clear Property Of Garbage, Solid Waste, Rotting Food

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Jamaica Observer: MONTEGO BAY, St James, By Horace Hines — The health department has given the owner of the property that houses Pathways International Kingdom Restoration Ministries 24 hours to clean up the filthy, stench-ridden location now infamous as the place where two of its members were kil... Read more

BPO Offers Drop-And-Deliver Service

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - As the Bermuda Post Office (BPO) continues to modernise and reinvent itself by offering services needed by local businesses, the Ministry for the Cabinet Office is pleased to advise the public that the BPO is now offering a Drop-and-Deliver Service. This service wil... Read more

Facebook has ruined our reality, now it’s coming for the metaverse too

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The Guardian: LONDON, England, By Imogen West-Knights - “Facebook”. The word paints a thousand pictures, every one of them a portrait of some element of the human condition I could happily live without. Message requests from veterans in Montana that read, “Hello beautiful Lady.” A friend’s... Read more

£295,000 Bottle Of Wine Stolen From Spanish Restaurant’s Cellar

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Associated Press: VALBUENA, Vega Sicilia - Two thieves stole 45 bottles of wine, including an extremely rare 215-year-old bottle valued at €350,000 (£295,000), from a collection at an upmarket hotel and restaurant complex in south-west Spain, the owner has said. The theft took place in the ear... Read more