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​HAMILTON: EDWIN JOSEPH
HAMILTON: EDWIN JOSEPH age 65yrs retired Customs Officer died on 24th March, 2016.He was the son of Pastor Joseph Hamilton and Mother Esme Hamilton (Both dec e a s e d ) . Father of Derryn Hamilton (dec) Brother of Jo-Ann Joseph, Dennis and Desmond Hamilton and Kerwyn Cruickshank. Brother in law of Dimpsy, Gemma and June.

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Politics: I'm in love...but with my sister's husband
I have been living with my step-sister in Kitale and she is married to a good husband. Her husband actually educated me through high school and college and even got me to a job. Recently he told me he loves me and wants to marry me as his second wife. I like him very much because he has been there....

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US: Georgia governor vetoes controversial 'religious freedom' bill
A US state governor is vowing to block a controversial, so-called religious freedom bill. Under it, no pastor in Georgia can be forced to perform a same-sex wedding. Additionally, faith-based groups cannot be forced to recruit or retain a worker whose beliefs go against those of the organisation.

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eNCA | 'So many funerals, it's my job, but my heart doesn't feel good': pastor
LAHORE - Shakeel Anjum spent Easter Monday burying six victims of the butchery in Pakistan's city of Lahore and says he is in pain, his head is aching. He wonders: How much further will this go? How many more bodies will he lay to rest? The pastor's voice is heavy after presiding over service after....

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Visiting committees named for prisons
In the wake of the fire that claimed the lives of 17 prisoners at the Camp Street jail on March 3, the government has named visiting committees for all the penitentiaries. The committees have been appointed with effect from March 7, 2016 for a period of one year, according to the March 19 edition of the Official Gazette.

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Acid cold case should be re-opened
Dear Editor, I have been living in Canada for 25 years. I am seeking your media’s help to reopen a cold case. The crime occurred on December 27, 2002, at 8pm at 84 New Settlers street, Mocha, East Bank Demerara. On December 26, 2002 I flew to Guyana from Canada to get married to Neil Wilson.

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Prisoner rehabilitation is in the hands of the administration
Dear Editor, If there is one country in the Caribbean that needs a break from the epidemic of crime, it is Guyana. Prisoner rehabilitation then must be seen in a larger context than just benefiting the offender. The authorities must understand that they must engage the rehabilitation of prisoners with the safety of the wider community in mind.

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Footprints: Osbourne Grapine - Cascade loses a stalwart
After successfully passing the first and third Jamaica Local Examination, Osbourne Sylvester Grapine was appointed principal of the Cascade All-Age School in 1969. He held that position until he retired in December 2005. On March 1, while preparing for his regular doctor's visit, Grapine passed. Grapine was considered an outstanding principal.

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Manchester ramps up vector control activities
MANDEVILLE, Manchester: With the resurgence of the Chik-V, dengue fever, H1N1 viruses, and the introduction of the Zika virus into the country, local health officials have increased their efforts to destroy mosquito-breeding sites and stem the spread of the viruses.

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Activists decry police chief's warning as Clark decision looms
But Harteau stood by her comments and a video the department released Thursday that showed people setting a fire and throwing Molotov cocktails in confrontations with police last fall. In the video, Harteau issued a stern message that protests interfering with public safety including by blocking streets would result in arrests.

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Adventist youth do not lack fulfilment - pastor
A lack of fulfilment, or being the odd one out, could probably come to mind when considering youths of the Seventh-day Adventist faith, as they often refrain from secular activities on the weekend. However, Pastor Dane Fletcher, youth director for the Jamaica Union Conference of Seventh-day....

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Andrews bids farewell to Rutherford
The Andrews Memorial Hospital (AMH) said farewell to Dr Patric Rutherford and his wife, Ruth, during a special farewell function held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston last week. Rutherford, who departs as president and CEO of Andrews, will be replaced by incoming head, Dr Marvin Rouhotas.

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While you were sleeping: 29 March 2016
It is becoming clearer by the day that President Jacob Zuma's enemies are swirling, sniffing blood in the water. People are emboldened by the claims around the Gupta family, the Mcebisi Jonas revelation, and the assurance that Gwede Mantashe will investigate it all thoroughly. This makes it harder to know what is going to happen next.

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Alleged Capitol gunman had prior brushes with the law
NASHVILLE —The Nashville-area man shot by police Monday after allegedly wielding a gun at the Capitol Visitors Center has had multiple brushes with the law in recent years, including in Washington, D.C., where he was arrested last fall after proclaiming himself "a prophet of God" inside the House of Representatives.

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Attack on Kachikwu: You can’t always have your way, NYCN tells Tinubu
By Henry Umoru. A BUJA— The NATIONAL Youth Council of Nigeria, NYCN, yesterday, took a swipe at former governor of Lagos State and leader of All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, for attacking the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Ibe Kachikwu, saying he could not always have his way.

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Feds say convicted priest is transferring assets, ask that they be frozen
Federal prosecutors want a judge to freeze the assets of a priest sentenced to 17 years in prison for molesting Honduran orphans, saying he hasn’t paid the $70,000 in fines and restitution the court ordered and has been transferring money and property to his niece as part of a plan captured on a recorded jailhouse phone call.

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New NC congressional districts attract a flood of candidates
New districts not only have shuffled North Carolina’s congressional primaries but created a rare opportunity for candidates to win with just a fraction of the vote. Not surprisingly, some districts have drawn a crowd. Twenty-two candidates are running in the new 13th District, which runs from Mooresville to Greensboro.

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AP Explains: Violence against Christians in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD (AP) The suicide bombing in the city of Lahore on Easter underscores how Pakistan's Christian minority has become an easy target for the country's Islamic militants, although Muslims also were among the victims. There are barely 2.5 million Christians in the mostly Muslim country of 180....

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AP Explains: Violence against Christians in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD (AP) — The suicide bombing in the city of Lahore on Easter underscores how Pakistan's Christian minority has become an easy target for the country's Islamic militants, although Muslims also were among the victims. There are barely 2.5 million Christians in the mostly Muslim country of 180....

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Teen who posed as senator, toured high school pleads guilty
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AP Explains: Violence against Christians in Pakistan
There are barely 2.5 million Christians in the mostly Muslim country of 180 million, and they say they worry about sending their children out and rarely feel safe even in church. "It is very fearful living in your own country ... when you are attacked by fanatics in your own home," said the Rev.

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Neighbors in Religion: Souls of My Sisters to present women’s conference
It will be all about the women and girls from April 8 to 10 at the annual women’s conference presented by the Souls of My Sisters Women’s Ministry at Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church, 10701 SW 184th St. in Perrine. The conference theme: “Celebrating the Journey From Girls to Womanhood.

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BULA and welcome to my latest article. I'm leaving the leadership theme for a couple of weeks to return to customer service. There is a reason for this. You have gone through a cyclone, which for the business sector has caused an interruption to normal op
BULA and welcome to my latest article. I'm leaving the leadership theme for a couple of weeks to return to customer service. There is a reason for this. You have gone through a cyclone, which for the business sector has caused an interruption to normal operations. You are rebounding, but it takes time.

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CHURCH members of New Gethsemane Assemblies of God (NGAOG) and Care Ministry Assemblies of God (CMAOG) churches organised a combined picnic as they celebrated Easter Monday yesterday. more...
CHURCH members of New Gethsemane Assemblies of God (NGAOG) and Care Ministry Assemblies of God (CMAOG) churches organised a combined picnic as they celebrated Easter Monday yesterday. The NGAOG church of Tacirua and CMAOG Church of Nausori had their family picnic in Deuba and it was complemented with a feast and sporting activities.

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How to Talk to Creationists
I received a note from a youth pastor last week. He is fascinated by science but works in a Midwestern church that leans heavily toward Young Earth Creationism. He asked me: "When you've had conversations with staunch creationists, how do you present the science-Christianity relationship in a way....

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Looters ransack church and steal food for homeless just days after fire
LOOTERS ransacked a Newport church and stole food meant for the homeless just days after it had been damaged by fire. Church leaders branded it an “Easter tragedy” when thieves broke into the church over the bank holiday weekend and stole televisions and electricals totalling thousands of pounds.

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