Finally! - - St James residents welcome state of emergency

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WESTERN BUREAU:Residents of several volatile communities in St James yesterday welcomed members of the security forces with open arms as the Government’s latest initiative to quell the parish’s rampant lawlessness started with a joint police-…

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Finally! - St James residents welcome state of emergency

Gleaner on January 19th, 2018 | File Under Headline News -

WESTERN BUREAU:Residents of several volatile communities in St James yesterday welcomed members of the security forces with open arms as the Government’s latest initiative to quell the parish’s rampant lawlessness started with a joint police-…

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Crime-torn St James under lockdown

Gleaner on January 19th, 2018 | File Under Headline News -

Targeting criminals and their facilitators, the Andrew Holness administration declared a state of public emergency for St James, the parish that recorded frightening levels of murders in 2017, numbering a record 335.The prime minister made the…

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‘A moral revolution is needed’ - Rev Carlyle

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For the country to claim a future of productivity, prosperity, and peace, Jamaicans must turn from moral insensitivity and move towards clear-minded moral clarity where citizens live for each other as people of truth, the Rev Astor Carlyle has…

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Finally! - - St James residents welcome state of emergency

Gleaner on January 19th, 2018 | File Under Headline News -

WESTERN BUREAU:Residents of several volatile communities in St James yesterday welcomed members of the security forces with open arms as the Government’s latest initiative to quell the parish’s rampant lawlessness started with a joint police-…

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Judiciary fires back at critics of ‘light’ sentences from western judges

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The Jamaican judiciary, under fire for perceived light sentences handed to persons convicted for possession of illegal guns and ammunition, has come out swinging at critics and media reports on the controversy.Through its Court Management Service (…

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Carlyle woos Clarendon with Prayer Breakfast message

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Highly impressive would be an understatement in describing how some stakeholders in Clarendon viewed the Reverend Astor Carlyle’s message, which was delivered at the 38th National Leadership Prayer Breakfast at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New…

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Gleaner honours five others for outstanding national contribution

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Boys’ Town Community Intervention Programme’s chief executive officer Trevor Spence said that Jamaica does not need another crime plan. What it needs is a holistic community-development plan.”Jamaica was ahead of most countries on the focus of youth…

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IBEX Global to hire - 1,000 BPO workers at downtown headquarters

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Within the next six months, IBEX Global Solutions, which has become a major player in the local business process outsourcing (BPO) industry, will be embarking on a major recruitment drive to fill 500 to 1,000 vacancies at its newly opened branch on…

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Partnerships, handouts and Jamaica popular music

Gleaner on January 19th, 2018 | File Under Entertainment News -

Last weekend’s staging of Rebel Salute, the 25th anniversary of deejay Tony Rebel’s birthday celebration which has grown into a globally significant two-day music and lifestyle festival, and the proposed Music Walk of Fame outside Emancipation Park…

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