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The Ocho Rios police have laid charges on two men, who allegedly attacked  and assaulted a grade three student and a female teacher, at the Parry Town Primary School in St. Ann, yesterday.A senior officer at the Ocho Rios...
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Local Government Minister, Noel Arscott, says the authorities will proceed with the plan to adjust the boundaries of the Portmore Municipality in St Catherine.The comment from the minister comes, as...
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The Cornwall Bar Association says High Court Judge, Justice Mr Martin Gayle erred, when he made certain comments after a jury acquitted an accused man on a charge of bigamy.The association says, it...
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Residents in the communities of Gravel Lane and Wisbeach in North West Clarendon, now have access to improved roadways.This after roadwork was conducted in the communities a cost of $13.5M, under the...
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The Jamaica Medical Doctors Association (JMDA) says it anticipates continued discussion with the health ministry and other stakeholders, on issues relating to the smooth introduction of the flexi...
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Human rights group Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ), has lost a three year court case, seeking an adverse judgment, against the promotion of a policeman to the rank of senior superintendent.The Court of...
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The Jamaica Medical Doctors Association (JMDA), is calling on the health ministry, to provide clarification on its plans to implement a flexi work arrangement in the health sector.JMDA president Dr...
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The opposition Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), says Jamaica is experiencing a health crisis, which requires better leadership to deal with it.Opposition spokesperson for health, Senator Marlene Malahoo-...
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