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All You Need To Know About Jamaica

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    What a year 2013 has been! There have been many memorable moments, including a fractious political leadership challenge, a new IMF deal, shocking positive drug tests for some of our elite athletes,  international glory and accolades for other sprinting stars


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    Tivoli Enquiry Flaw: Lack Of Deadline For Statements Could Hurt Inquest, Says Lawyer. An attorney for the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) has pointed to a flaw in the procedures for the handling of witness statements that will be used in the


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    Fire Destroys Wortley Home For Girls. A near century-old building housing 19 girls at the Wortley Home at 193 Constant Spring Road in St Andrew was destroyed by fire yesterday, but no one was harmed… Read more at Jamaica-Gleaner.com Grade-Four Students


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    Outlook Grim! No Relief From Sweltering Heat And Drought Any Time Soon. Jamaicans should not expect any significant relief from the sweltering heat wave and drought that have been affecting the island any time soon, according to Evan Thompson, senior


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    Stop Counting Bodies – Commissioner Wants All To Help Fight Crime Instead. As the murder tally races towards the 600 mark in the first seven months of 2015, Police Commissioner Dr Carl Williams said he would be outlining how the


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    Police Chief Gives Himself Perfect Score Amid Soaring Murder Rate. Jamaica’s chief crime fighter, Dr Carl Williams, has given himself full marks on the success of his 10-month tenure as police commissioner, as the murder toll shot past the 600


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    Heat On Commish! – Public Unimpressed With Top Cop Rating Of Himself. New crime-fighting chief Police Commissioner Dr Carl Williams has been accused of overreaching and overrating himself even as Jamaicans are being urged to give him more time to


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    Murders Near 800 – Ja Records 20% Jump Over Corresponding Period Last Year. Figures obtained by The Gleaner show that 775 persons were reported killed up to Monday, a 20 per cent increase when compared with the 643 murders reported over


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    What Gangs? – Thwaites Questions Accuracy Of Reported Criminal Cliques In Schools. Education Minister Ronald Thwaites, backtracking on his recent description of uncontrolled students as ‘leggo beasts’, yesterday went a step further to condemn reports that students are forming gangs within


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    PNP Considering Lennox Lewis’ Wife For East Hanover. Violet Lewis, the wife of former world heavyweight boxing champion Lennox Lewis, is being considered by the People’s National Party (PNP) as a replacement for Dr D.K. Duncan as its candidate in Eastern


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    Come Sit With Me, Dr Dawes – Health Minister Invites Former JMDA Head To Discuss Concerns. Health Minister Horace Dalley has invited immediate past president of the Jamaica Medical Doctors Association (JMDA), Dr Alfred Dawes, to sit with him after the outspoken


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    Up to Monday, November 23, the number of homicides committed in Jamaica since the start of 2015 stood at 1,116. Broken down, that means that one person is murdered every seven hours, according to the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF). This means


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    The year 2015 has been rough for many Jamaicans, what with a constantly escalating crime rate, high unemployment levels, a water shortage crisis, ailing health system and mosquitoes threatening our lives. However, some have had it worse than others, as


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    ‘Frightening’ – St James Murders Top 200, Mobay Chamber Boss Wants Cops To Do More To Stem Violence In West. With St James crossing the 200-murder mark this calendar year, business leaders have suggested that more creative steps be taken to


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    It seems like a recurring conversation. Fire at the Riverton dump. We now have a fourth published report by the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) into fires at the Riverton dump, relating to fires in 2012, 2014, 2015 and now 2018. Here are six quick findings from the report, 1. There was a negative […]

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    Your news in a nutshell Business Operators Near Three Miles Chide Gov’t For Downturn In Sales Almost Four Murders A Day So Far This Month Ski Mask Gang Resurfaces, As Concerns Heighten in Trelawny Three More Movies Set For Filming In Jamaica Less Optimism About Business Conditions 5 Questions With George Nooks – Reggae Singer […]

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    The Government of Jamaica announced bans on single-use plastic bags and straws as well as Styrofoam, taking effect on January 1, 2019. Here are some details on what that means for producers and consumers. Ban On Plastics Bags * There will be a ban on the importation, manufacturing, distribution, and use of all single-use plastic carrier bags […]

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    Your news in a nutshell 4.6 quake felt islandwide Crawford crates PNP euphoria Scandal bag ban, and more Security issue at Supreme Court building Avoid croc habitats during heavy rains -NEPA Mental health, suicide helpline established 1. 4.6 quake felt islandwide Jamaicans in all but one parish reported yesterday that they felt a minor earthquake. […]

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    Your news in a nutshell Holness looks to Israel Ja fishermen stuck in Colombia $98m NWA drain cleaning programme Man arrested after drug bust Robust sports Town Hall meeting expected ‘Rock Star’ named as person of interest 1. Holness looks to Israel Jamaica’s Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, has signalled that his administration is open to […]

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    Your news in a nutshell Schools bemoan scarcity of healthy food supplies Errol Miller death a huge loss 200 ganja farmers for CanEx Ja programme Nearly $100m in cash forfeited to State Judge rejects application to split charges Stop abusing seniors 1. Schools bemoan scarcity of healthy food supplies Concerns are being raised in the […]

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