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Police & Customs to operate marine bases
The Jamaica Constabulary Force and the Jamaica Customs Agency will establish and operate marine bases, at three strategic locations,
US resume export of firearms to Jamaica
The United States has resumed the authorization process for firearm export to Jamaica. Last November, the US suspended the export of
Male Teacher in Sex Scandal Gets Bail
A St Catherine based teacher who is charged with sexual impropriety was granted bail in the sum of $500,000 dollars when he appeared in
Opposition calls for more information on Public Sector Rationalization Programme
The opposition has called for full disclosure on the impending Public Sector Rationalization Programme The Andrew Holness led
Oppostion cautioned about multimillion dollar de-bushing programme
The government has cautioned the opposition not to make the multimillion dollar de-bushing programme into a political football. The
Government to hire Forensic Pathologist to Reduce Backlog in Autopsies
A new forensic pathologist is to be hired to assist in reducing the backlog of autopsies. This was revealed by National Security
Police rescue children after their dad sets house on fire
Four children and their parents were rescued by police from their burning home in Kingston, after the father set it ablaze. Police say
Montague defends Govt’s rejection of UK prison deal
National Security Minister, Robert Montague, has defended the government’s decision, to reject the United Kingdom’s offer