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Mannings High are the champions of the Jamaica High Schools Alumni Sports Network football tournament held in Florida over the USA Labour Day weekend.In Monday night’s final of the two day event at the Lauder Hill Sports Complex...
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Several businesses had to be closed today following a chlorine leakage, in Morant Bay, St Thomas. Reports are that several persons were taken to hospital after they fainted, as a result of...
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The education ministry says the 2014/2015 school-year got off to a relatively smooth start, despite water challenges facing some schools.According to the ministry, there was no major challenge...
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The principal of the Barracks Road primary school in St James has sought to defend the school's decision to change its tuck shop arrangements, citing health risks and food safety concerns.This after...
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Opposition spokesman on transport and infrastructure development, Dr Horace Chang is renewing calls for the sacking of the management of the state run bus company, amidst what is deemed the smarter...
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United States attorney and civil rights activist Jasmine Rand has called on Jamaicans to become more active in the defense of their human rights.Ms Rand who was involved in the much publicized...
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Two persons died in a traffic accident along the Holland Bamboo main road in St Elizabeth this afternoon.Only one of the two persons has been identified.He is the driver of the vehicle 33-year-old...
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Duane Stephenson gears up for the release of his third studio album 'Dangerously Roots'.The 15 track album styled the Journey from August Town will be officially launched on September 24. Duane...
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