Civil service meeting to address election issues

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — The Jamaica Civil Service Association (JSCA) has called a special general meeting for Wednesday at Jacisera Park in Kingston following allegations of irregularities in the conduct of the association’s recent election, which saw the return of incumbent president O’Neil Grant as head of the JSCA.

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Civil service meeting to address election issues

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — The Jamaica Civil Service Association (JSCA) has called a special general meeting for Wednesday at Jacisera Park in Kingston following allegations of irregularities in the conduct of the association’s recent election, which saw the return of incumbent president O’Neil Grant as head of the JSCA.

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Civil service meeting to address election issues

Observer on July 8th, 2019 | File Under Observer News -

MONTEGO BAY, St James — The Jamaica Civil Service Association (JSCA) has called a special general meeting for Wednesday at Jacisera Park in Kingston following allegations of irregularities in the conduct of the association’s recent election, which saw the return of incumbent president O’Neil Grant as head of the JSCA.

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Crown says alleged gang member went by another name

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A prosecutor in the Uchence Wilson Gang trial on Friday argued that Fitzroy Scott, believed to be second in command in the gang, had another name which he had used to communicate with others via a cellular phone, and asked the judge to accept that as a reasonable inference.

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Crown says alleged gang member went by another name

Observer on July 8th, 2019 | File Under Observer News -

A prosecutor in the Uchence Wilson Gang trial on Friday argued that Fitzroy Scott, believed to be second in command in the gang, had another name which he had used to communicate with others via a cellular phone, and asked the judge to accept that as a reasonable inference.

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Crown says alleged gang member went by another name

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A prosecutor in the Uchence Wilson Gang trial on Friday argued that Fitzroy Scott, believed to be second in command in the gang, had another name which he had used to communicate with others via a cellular phone, and asked the judge to accept that as a reasonable inference.

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Elinor Felix dies of cancer

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Former chief of state protocol in the Office of the Prime Minister, Elinor Felix died yesterday after a struggle with cancer.Felix, a former Jamaica ambassador to Cuba, worked at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade for several years in charge of protocol among other areas.She was on contract at the Caribbean Maritime University at the time of her death, having previously retired from the public service.

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Elinor Felix dies of cancer

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Former chief of state protocol in the Office of the Prime Minister, Elinor Felix died yesterday after a struggle with cancer.Felix, a former Jamaica ambassador to Cuba, worked at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade for several years in charge of protocol among other areas.She was on contract at the Caribbean Maritime University at the time of her death, having previously retired from the public service.

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Elinor Felix dies of cancer

Observer on July 8th, 2019 | File Under Observer News -

Former chief of state protocol in the Office of the Prime Minister, Elinor Felix died yesterday after a struggle with cancer.Felix, a former Jamaica ambassador to Cuba, worked at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade for several years in charge of protocol among other areas.She was on contract at the Caribbean Maritime University at the time of her death, having previously retired from the public service.

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Sowing seeds in good faith

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The cash-strapped international charity, Mustard Seed Communities has received a boost to its work in Jamaica with a donation of $4 million from the National Baking Company Foundation.National has also agreed to provide the charity with an additional supply of diapers for the rest of this year.

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