Special treatment - Military, police take charge of volatile Mt Salem

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WESTERN BUREAU:Jamaica got its first taste of the zones of special operation (ZOSO) initiative yesterday when a large contingent of military and police personnel blanketed the volatile Mount Salem community in St James, which is one of the hotbeds…

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Mount Salem gets first taste of ZOSO - Military, police take charge of volatile community

Gleaner on September 2nd, 2017 | File Under Headline News -

WESTERN BUREAU:Jamaica got its first taste of the zones of special operation (ZOSO) initiative yesterday when a large contingent of military and police personnel blanketed the volatile Mount Salem community in St James, which is one of the hotbeds…

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Mount Salem chose itself - Holness

Gleaner on September 2nd, 2017 | File Under Headline News -

Given the number of murders that have been committed in Clarendon in recent weeks, many persons, including Opposition Leader Dr Peter Phillips, expected that the much-anticipated first zone of special operations (ZOSO) would have been declared in…

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ZOSO’s success hanging in the balance

Gleaner on September 2nd, 2017 | File Under Headline News -

Several variables will be used to determine if success has been achieved in the various areas to be declared as zones of special operations (ZOSO).Prime Minister Andrew Holness yesterday explained during a press briefing held at his office that…

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Montague bemoans high turnover rate in police force

Gleaner on September 2nd, 2017 | File Under Headline News -

National Security Minister Robert Montague said police officers are leaving the force faster than the Government is able to train them, citing an attrition rate of 500 cops per year.Speaking at the passing out parade for 199 police officers at the…

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FOOTBALL: 10-man Canada blank Boyz

Gleaner on September 2nd, 2017 | File Under Sport News -

Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz were beaten 2-0 by 10-man Canada in their friendly international at the BMO Field in Toronto on Saturday night.  Anthony Jackson-Hamel gave the Canadians the lead in the 16th minute, when he calmly slotted home a…

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WOMAN STONES MATEY’S WINDOWS - - Claims she was reported to CDA as being an unfit mom

Gleaner on September 2nd, 2017 | File Under The Star News -

A St Andrew mother of three pleaded guilty yesterday in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court after she was accused of throwing stones on the apartment windows of the girlfriend of her babyfather because she reported her as an unfit mom.Tanisha…

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Respect the rights of residents — Mount Salem councillor says feelings are mixed regarding Zone of Special Operations

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Respect the rights of residents - Mount Salem councillorKerry Thomas, councillor for the Mount Salem Division, says there have been mixed feelings towards the community being declared as the first Zone Of Special Operations in Jamaica.”Some persons…

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Burger King to the rescue - - Company plans to assist top student with school fees

Gleaner on September 2nd, 2017 | File Under The Star News -

Shannon Marshall, the 18-year-old whose dream of studying medicine seemed bleak when she reached out to THE STAR earlier this week, is filled with hope again after Restaurant Associates Limited, the franchise operator of Burger King in Jamaica,…

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Christians, numbers and astrology : Is your future really written in the stars?

Gleaner on September 2nd, 2017 | File Under More News -

Capricorn, Sagittarius, Aquarius Pisces, Gemini, Aries, Scorpio, Libra, Virgo, Taurus, Cancer, Leo What’s your sign girl?Is it compatible to mine?- Alex Chilton - What’s Your Sign Girl?Mankind has been fascinated by numbers for hundreds of years….

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