Police remind of restricted business hours under St Catherine State of Public Emergency

Gleaner on April 6th, 2018 | File Under Headline News -

The police are reminding business operators in Linstead, Bog Walk and Spanish Town in St Catherine that the closing hours for their establishments have been revised under the State of Public Emergency in the St Catherine North Division. The…

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Sick of shifts - Chang blames system for social ills

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WESTERN BUREAU:Newly appointed Minister of National Security Dr Horace Chang says that persons responsible for coming up with the shift system for primary and secondary schools should be “imprisoned” for doing a great disservice to the nation.In a…

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sick of shifts - - Chang blames system for social ills

Gleaner on April 6th, 2018 | File Under Headline News -

WESTERN BUREAU:Newly appointed Minister of National Security Dr Horace Chang says that persons responsible for coming up with the shift system for primary and secondary schools should be “imprisoned” for doing a great disservice to the nation.In a…

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NAJ paints a scary picture of CRH situation

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WESTERN BUREAU:The emission of noxious fumes plaguing the Cornwall Regional Hospital (CRH) in Montego Bay, St James, could be far more serious than initially believed as more than 100 nurses have been adversely affected, according to Carmen Johnson…

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LNG hub in sight - New Fortress boss announces prep work to construct multimillion-dollar gas facility

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Energy giant New Fortress will be making further steps in a matter of weeks to begin “dropping irons” in its preparatory work for the construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) hub.New Fortress founder and chairman Wesley Edens made the…

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Cops fear raised roadway could cause flooding of Ferry station

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Work on the service road that runs adjacent to the nearly completed section of the Mandela Highway in the vicinity of the Ferry Police Station has been temporarily halted because of an apparent oversight, which could prove to be a disaster in the…

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All-island data needed in cancer fight

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The Jamaica Cancer Society (JCS) has called for a national cancer research agenda to improve the effectiveness of cancer control through cancer research and surveillance.But for this to be achieved, Yulit Gordon, executive director of the JCS, has…

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Spencer makes apology through ombudsman

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State Minister for National Security Rudyard Spencer has issued a formal apology through a letter written by the political ombudsman, Donna Parchment Brown, for partisan comments he made at a Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) meeting in Bellefield,…

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Photo | Traffic nightmare on Mandela Highway

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Inmates escape in Falmouth, cops penalised

Gleaner on April 6th, 2018 | File Under Headline News -

Western Bureau:Several police personnel were yesterday removed from front-line duty and several cells at the lock-up at the Falmouth Police Station in Trelawny taken out of service following the escape of four prisoners, including an accused…

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