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  2. The Gleaner - Wikipedia

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    The Gleaner is an English-language, morning daily newspaper founded by two brothers, Jacob and Joshua de Cordova on 13 September 1834 in Kingston, Jamaica. Originally called the Daily Gleaner, the name was changed on 7 December 1992 to The Gleaner. The newspaper is owned and published by Gleaner Company publishing house in Kingston, Jamaica.

  3. Gleaner Company - Wikipedia

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    The Gleaner Company Ltd. is a newspaper publishing enterprise in Jamaica. Established in 1834 by Joshua and Jacob De Cordova, the company's primary product is The Gleaner, a morning broadsheet published six days each week. It also publishes a Sunday paper, the Sunday Gleaner, and an evening tabloid, The Star.

  4. Jamaica Open - Wikipedia

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    Jamaica Open. The Jamaica Open is a golf tournament held in Jamaica. Founded in 1953, it was held annually until 1995 when lack of sponsorship lead to a ten-year hiatus. The tournament returned in 2006, and then 2008 to 2012. After another brief interlude, the 50th Jamaica Open was held in 2017 and it has continued to be staged annually since then.

  5. Carib Theatre - Wikipedia

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    The Carib Theatre, also known as the Carib 5, is a cinema in northern Kingston, Jamaica. Opened in 1938, it has been owned and operated by the Palace Amusement Company since ca. 1939. The Carib was the largest and highest-grossing theatre in the West Indies, and was once Jamaica's largest building.

  6. Sharon Hay-Webster - Wikipedia

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    Sharon Hay-Webster. Sharon Hay-Webster (born 29 September 1961) is a Jamaican politician. She was a member of the House of Representatives of the Parliament of Jamaica from 1997 to 2012, representing the People's National Party. She came to international attention after the 2004 Haitian coup d'état, when she escorted Jean-Bertrand Aristide ...

  7. Religion in Jamaica - Wikipedia

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    According to the Jamaica Gleaner (cited February 23, 1924), the Very Rev. Archpriest Fr. Basil Moses Kerbawy (an early Lebanese American Historian and Advocate, and Dean of St. Nicholas Syrian Orthodox Cathedral in Brooklyn) served Orthodox Paschal services.

  8. Jean Lowrie-Chin - Wikipedia

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    Jean Lowrie-Chin. Jean Lowrie-Chin (born December 5, 1951) is communications consultant, seniors advocate, author and newspaper columnist in Kingston, Jamaica. [1] She is the founder and managing director of PROComm (PRO Communications Limited) and also the founder-CEO of CCRP (Caribbean Community of Retired Persons) [2] Jean Lowrie-Chin.

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