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Today marks the 40th anniversary of the One Love Peace Concert, which took place at the National Stadium on Saturday, April 22, 1978. It was an evening like none other when the fate of a nation embroiled in political turmoil seemed to be resting on the success of the concert. (đź“°: Howard Moo Young)

The Sunshine Girls topped the recent Quad Series after they defeated New Zealand 59-53 but were left disappointed after hosts Netball New Zealand did not hand over the tournament's Taini Jamison Trophy. (đź“·: Lionel Rookwood/File) #GLNRSports

Former Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) president Mike Fennell says that Jamaica can host the Commonwealth Games as early as 2026. (đź“·: File) #GLNRToday

In February, Omar Malcolm, a civilian mechanical engineer employed to the Jamaica Defence Force workshop department, succumbed to injuries he received after being flung from one of its Jeeps. His parents, Verona and Desmond Malcolm, told The Sunday Gleaner that he was always wary of the vehicles which are without some basic safety features. Photos by @taylor2nd. #SundayGleaner

#Outlook's new cover: When love meets pottery, creativity and pure magic are their happily ever after. Deja Harris and Fabian Gordon took what seemed like an unfortunate circumstance and made their love for a shared entrepreneurial dream a reality. Read their story in today's Outlook Magazine: jamaica-gleaner.com/out. Cover design by @jahnbrent. Cover photo by Kenyon Hemans. Cover story by @kryssywrites. #OutlookMagazine #SundayReads

Faced with social media backlash, Canadian Legislative Assembly member Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin, has backtracked on claims that Jamaicans are lazy and underproductive because of their excessive use of ganja. #GLNRToday

Today's #LasMay editorial cartoon. See more cartoons: www.jamaica-gleaner.com/cartoon.

The Supreme Court has ordered the reinstatement of a career public servant who was "retired" as head of the state-run Court Management Services (CMS) by Governor General Sir Patrick Allen after she was given permission to pursue further studies. File photo by Norman Grindley. See more: bit.ly/headreinstated. #GLNRToday

Jamaican Teas CEO John Mahfood says the group, which operates a real estate arm, will never again pursue a low-income housing development, in the face of losses on its Orchid Estate project in St Thomas. Photo by Ian Allen. See more: bit.ly/jateas. #GLNRFinance

The disgruntled licensed firearm holder who brandished his gun inside the National Commercial Bank (NCB) in Half-Way Tree yesterday, after a teller told him that he had to fill out a form under the Proceeds of Crime Act, is likely to be charged. See more: bit.ly/mancould. #GLNRToday

Customers of the National Commercial Bank (NCB) Half-Way Tree branch were sent scampering this afternoon after a man pulled what appeared to be a handgun in the banking hall. See more: bit.ly/chaosat. #GLNRToday

At the recent launch of the 2018 Calabash Literary Festival, Rachel Manley gave the very first reading from her debut fiction novel - 'The Black Peacock'. 'The Black Peacock' follows the stories of Lethe and Daniel - two Caribbean writers whose relationship is tried by time and distance. Photo contributed to The Gleaner. See more: bit.ly/manleydebuts. #GLNREnt

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