Jamaica gives thanks for its seafarers on World Maritime Day

Message from the Hon Robert Montague, CD, MP
Jamaica’s Minister of Transport and Mining

On this World Maritime Day, organised by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) under the theme: “Seafarers: at the core of shipping’s future,” I laud the professionalism, commitment and resilience of seafarers, male and female – both Jamaicans and other nationalities.

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Bombardier Announces Firm Order for 20 Challenger 3500 Business Jets

  • Demand for Challenger 3500 aircraft accelerates at full throttle with Bombardier’s largest business jet order of 2021  
  • With innovative technology, fully redesigned cabin and sustainably minded features, the Challenger 3500 business jet is the stunning evolution of Bombardier’s hugely successful Challenger 350 aircraft

MONTRÉAL, Sept. 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Bombardier is pleased to announce a firm order for 20 Challenger 3500 business jets to a customer who wishes to remain confidential. This is Bombardier’s largest business jet transaction of 2021, representing a value of $534 million U.S., based on current list pricing.

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The Fruits of Defunding Police? What New Crime Data Shows

September 30 2021
Good morning from Washington, where politicians on the left still want to “reimagine” policing. The nation’s latest crime figures show why defunding police is folly, Jarrett Stepman writes. A House panel gets its turn to ask military leaders about the chaotic U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Fred Lucas reports. On the podcast, Virginia Allen asks an official of an Australian think tank about the strict COVID-19 lockdown there. Plus: Cal Thomas sounds the alarm on America’s future, and “Problematic Women” challenges the left’s word games. On this date in 1822, Joseph Marion Hernández becomes the first Hispanic to be elected to Congress, albeit as a nonvoting delegate from the Territory of Florida.

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On Form Alegre Dominate in Menorca

Not since Quantum Key West Race Week in 2014 has a 52 SUPER SERIES team opened a regatta with three back-to-back race wins, but Andy Soriano’s Alegre team matched the record of Quantum Racing today when they took both winning guns in breezy conditions at the Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week to complement their first day victory Tuesday.

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