PARA ATHLETES TO BENEFIT FROM GAPS
PARA ATHLETES TO BENEFIT FROM GAPS

Para athletes from Barbados, Grenada, St Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, hosts Jamaica and the Faulkland Islands are set to benefit from the Inagural (Gather, Adjust, Prepare, Sustain) Americas & Caribbean programme (GAPS), next week in Kingston. The historic occasion is a collaboration between the Jamaica

NSWMA boss defends efforts in managing fire at Riverton following criticism
NSWMA boss defends efforts in managing fire at Riverton following criticism

Executive Director of the National Solid Waste Management Authority Audley Gordon has defended the efforts of the entity in managing fires at the Riverton disposal site.

This in the wake of harsh criticism from the opposition and environmental lobby groups.

Falmouth mayor calls for expedited clearing up of capital before unveiling of Usain Bolt statue
Falmouth mayor calls for expedited clearing up of capital before unveiling of Usain Bolt statue

Mayor of Falmouth Colin Gager has called for an expedited clearing up of the parish capital.

Mr. Gager said in recent months, the authorities have been ramping up efforts to rid the town of lawlessness, while also restoring law and order.

St Catherine Municipal Corporation to create parking lot in Brunswick Spanish Town
St Catherine Municipal Corporation to create parking lot in Brunswick Spanish Town

The St Catherine Municipal Corporation intends to convert an empty plot of land, in Brunswick, Spanish Town, into a parking lot, as part of efforts to reduce traffic congestion.

Mayor of Spanish Town, Norman Scott, made the comment, while addressing the opening ceremony for the new island grill outlet,

Jamaica Scorpions face uphill battle vs Harpy Eagles
Jamaica Scorpions face uphill battle vs Harpy Eagles

Jamaica Scorpions are facing an uphill battle after two days of action in the West Indies Regional Four Day championship sixth round encounter against defending champions Guyana Harpy Eagles at Sabina Park. Set a daunting 425 to secure first innings, the Scorpions limped to 153 for 9 at stumps to trail

The Jamaica Racing Commission to host Trainers and owners seminar next week
The Jamaica Racing Commission to host Trainers and owners seminar next week

The Jamaica Racing Commission will on April 18 host a trainers and owners seminar at the Caymanas Golf and Country Club in St Catherine. 

Para athletes to benefit from Americas & Caribbean programme (GAPS), next week in Kingston
Para athletes to benefit from Americas & Caribbean programme (GAPS), next week in Kingston

Para athletes from Barbados, Grenada, St Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, hosts Jamaica and the Faulkland islands are set to benefit from the inagural (gather, adjust, prepare, sustain) Americas & Caribbean programme (GAPS), next week in Kingston.

Several people who were injured in Portmore toll road crash treated and released from hospital
Several people who were injured in Portmore toll road crash treated and released from hospital

Some of the persons injured in the coaster bus crash along the Portmore toll road in St. Catherine this morning, have been treated and released from hospital.

It's reported that over 30 persons including school children, were travelling on the bus from Portmore to Kingston, when it ran off the road

JUTC drivers resume route operations after colleague was stabbed by passenger
JUTC drivers resume route operations after colleague was stabbed by passenger

The Jamaican Urban Transit Company, (JUTC) has resumed operations on the Portmore, St. Catherine, to Downtown Kingston route.

This after some JUTC drivers withdrew their services earlier today, following the stabbing of a colleague by a male passenger.

Smoke nuisance from Riverton disposal site reduced
Smoke nuisance from Riverton disposal site reduced

The smoke nuisance from the Riverton disposal site in Kingston has been reduced significantly.

The National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA), said there is a 90% reduction in smoke emanating from the dump, and efforts will continue into this evening to have it abated totally.

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PARA ATHLETES TO BENEFIT FROM GAPS
NSWMA boss defends efforts in managing fire at Riverton following criticism
Falmouth mayor calls for expedited clearing up of capital before unveiling of Usain Bolt statue
St Catherine Municipal Corporation to create parking lot in Brunswick Spanish Town
Jamaica Scorpions face uphill battle vs Harpy Eagles
The Jamaica Racing Commission to host Trainers and owners seminar next week
Para athletes to benefit from Americas & Caribbean programme (GAPS), next week in Kingston
Several people who were injured in Portmore toll road crash treated and released from hospital
JUTC drivers resume route operations after colleague was stabbed by passenger
Smoke nuisance from Riverton disposal site reduced
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