Daddies’ decision, too - Massive support for fathers to have a voice in abortion choice

Gleaner on May 20th, 2018 | File Under Headline News -

Eight out of 10 Jamaicans are of the view that a husband should legally have a say as to whether his wife decides to end a pregnancy.That is part of the findings from an all-island poll, conducted recently by the Johnson Survey Research Limited on a…

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On the Corner with EPOC | Target Trinidad - Nannyville resident sends message to Government

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Keith Duncan, co-chairman of the Economic Programme Oversight Committee (EPOC), has been given a simple message to take to the Andrew Holness administration: “Target Trinidad”.The message was delivered to Duncan last Monday during the latest Gleaner…

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On the Corner with EPOC | Nannyville residents demand value for Government spend

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Residents of Nannyville Gardens are demanding that the Government ensures that the country gets full value for every cent of taxpayers’ money spent.They are also urging the Andrew Holness administration to ensure that there is transparency in how…

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Send the right man this time! - PNP supporters warn that St Elizabeth NE could go JLP because of bad leadership

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Several People’s National Party (PNP) supporters in St Elizabeth North East are adamant that the constituency, which has been solidly ‘orange’ over the years, could go ‘green’ because it has not had a good political representative since the time of…

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Showdown at STETHS - Waite slight favourite in battle with Fisher for right to represent PNP stronghold

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Eleven hundred Comrades are registered to vote in today’s key run-off between Basil Waite and Everton Fisher for the right to represent the People’s National Party (PNP) in the St Elizabeth North East constituency.The vacancy has emerged following…

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Serious about oversight - MoBay businesswoman on a mission for Cornwall Regional Hospital users

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Montego Bay entrepreneur Claudette Bryan, known as much for her community outreach work as she is for her business acumen, is determined to ensure that Jamaicans have a rehabilitated Cornwall Regional Hospital (CRH) and in the shortest possible time…

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Police Federation gets first female head

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Corporal Arlene McBean is the new head of the Jamaica Police Federation.McBean was elected immediately following the federation’s 75th annual conference at Moon Palace Jamaica Grande Resort in St Ann last Thursday.She is the first woman to head the…

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Ja reaches out to Cuba following plane crash

Gleaner on May 20th, 2018 | File Under Headline News -

The Government and Opposition have expressed condolence to the Government and people of Cuba following the aircraft crash last Friday which left more than 100 people dead.”In this time of mourning, we share the deep pain of all Cubans, our…

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Harris stages ‘Case of the Ex!’

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On the heels of Dat A Gwaan Jamaica: Remix, writer/director Dahlia Harris of DMH Productions has brought to the stage what could be another humour-filled presentation. Instead of a revue, theatre fans can plan their date nights around a romantic…

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Camping out for the ‘write’ song approach

Gleaner on May 20th, 2018 | File Under Entertainment News -

From the recording studios in the United States to the cool ‘rainforests’ in Port Antonio, international hitmakers, including Grammy award-winning artiste Drake, top British Breakthrough Act Dua Lipa, and 2018 Juno Award winner Jamaican Shawn Mendes…

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