Non-emergency visits continue to burden public hospitals

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Health centres have seen an average of 41 per cent increased usage over the past year, however, Dr Jacqueline Bisasor-McKenzie, director, emergency disaster management and special services in the health ministry, said that a massive public awareness…

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New Year tragedy! - Fire claims life of 85-year-old woman; six hospitalised

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An 85-year-old woman was killed and at least six others admitted to hospital after a fire razed a three-storey house on Slipdock Road in east Kingston four hours after the community had welcomed the New Year and had gone to bed.The dead woman was…

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Hierarchy not victimising ’sick’ cops, says Blake

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The Jamaica Constab-ulary Force (JCF) hierarchy yesterday said that its aim was not to victimise any of its members when it requested that divisional commanders submit the names of all cops who reported sick between December 22 and 28.A letter from…

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Merraro-Francis seeks to grow Canada Grace Mission

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In the three years that she has spearheaded the treat for senior citizens in Greenwich Farm, support has been growing for the Canada Grace Mission but not to the level she wants to see it grow, head honcho Carolyn Merraro-Francis admitted to The…

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… Organisers look back, while planning next staging

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After all the festivities of last Friday, it was back to cleaning up and reviewing the day’s activities with the aim of improving on next year’s event, for the Canada Grace Mission.”After cleaning up, we siddung and talk about what happen - our…

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Jacks Hill, downtown Kingston come alive with New Year’s celebrations

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Leading up to 12 a.m. on Monday, which would have signalled the end of an old and murderous 12-month period in Jamaica and the beginning of a fresh new year - 2018 - activities and excitement throughout Kingston and St Andrew seemed quiet, until The…

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Prophecies (Pt 3) - The Prophetic Word Of The Lord For 2018 And Onwards

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  Through Prophetess Doris Hutchinson, Apostle Steve Lyston, Prophetess Michelle Lyston, Prophetess Sophia DiMuccio, Prophetess Nadra Brotherton, Prophet O. Onesto Jolly, Prophet David Benoit. Word for Jamaica 51. The Lord says the shaking…

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80 children - fÍted by TEST

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More than 80 children at the Jamaica National Children’s Home had their spirits lifted following a treat which was hosted by Tomorrow’s Event Solutions for Today (TEST) Jamaica Limited recently.Stacy Stoddart, co-owner for TEST, said the event would…

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UPDATE: Montague yet to receive report on airport road gridlock

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The National Security Ministry is yet to receive a report from Police Commissioner George Quallo on the traffic pile-up that shut down the Palisadoes strip leading to the Norman Manley International Airport for several hours Monday evening.

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