We will fight

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The family of slain businessman Keith Clarke has signalled that they intend to keep fighting until the three soldiers accused of killing him are placed on trial for murder.The family made their intentions clear yesterday after High Court judge,…

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No spending spree - Finance minister sets record straight on purchase of vehicles for ministers

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With members of the public fuming over the Andrew Holness administration’s spend on motor vehicles, Finance Minister Dr Nigel Clarke downplayedthe level of expenditure in Parliament yesterday.”I felt it necessary to take this opportunity to respond…

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‘This win is for everyone’ - Aisha Praught-Leer, - 3000m steeplechase gold medallist, celebrates

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For history-making Jamaican middle distance athlete Aisha Praught-Leer, living outside of the norm is perfectly normal.That she would become the first Jamaican to win a senior international gold medal in the 3000m steeplechase seems a bit like…

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Launch of Child Month

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Denham Town and Mt Salem ZOZOs extended for 60 days

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Members of Parliament (MPs) Marlene Malahoo Forte and Dr Angela Brown Burke articulated completely different realities regarding the impact of the zones of special operations (ZOSOs), which the Houseof Representatives yesterday extended for 60 days…

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Campion celebrates its meteoric rise to SCQ champion

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With the coveted Schools Challenge Quiz (SCQ) trophy now on display at 105 Hope Road in Kingston as testament to Campion College’s “meteoric rise” in the famed competition, principal Grace Baston has declared that the school has sewn the seeds of an…

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Jamaica in robust position to absorb external shocks - Clarke - Rationalisation of 190 public bodies being fast-tracked

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Fears of spiralling oil prices on the international market, owing to escalating tensions in the Middle East and the likely impact this could have on Jamaica’s economy, are being assuaged by Finance and the Public Service Minister Dr Nigel Clarke who…

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Ebenezer Home faces imminent closure - … implements self-financing initiatives

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the Manchester-based Ebenezer Home for the mentally challenged and the homeless, which focuses on treating and rehabilitating individuals and placing them back into their communities or with families, has fallen on hard times and could close its…

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Port-of-Spain mayor - backs regional integration - Jamaica and Trinidad - must take lead - Improving people’s lives a priority

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English-speaking Caribbean peoples share more than cricket and an ideal geographic space, says Mayor of Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, Joel Martinez, who has urged that the shared history be used to push for full regional integration through the Caribbean…

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Court halts Keith Clarke murder trial over immunity granted by Bunting

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The Supreme Court has halted the trial of the three Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) soldiers accused of the 2010 murder of businessman Keith Clarke. Justice Glen Brown made the order a short while ago, two days after defence attorney Paul Beswick …

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