Police probing illegal oil dumping after massive fire breaks out

Gleaner on February 11th, 2019 | File Under Headline News -

The police have launched an investigation into the illegal dumping of gasoline on an open lot off Spanish Town Road in Kingston. There was a massive fire earlier today after the oil ignited, possibly from a charcoal-burning operation….

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Suspect passed off baby as her own – residents

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The woman accused of abducting a newborn from the Victoria Jubilee Hospital in Kingston had been pregnant and passed off the child as her own when she returned to her hometown of Harkers Hall, relatives and acquaintances have told The Gleaner.

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Shaggy stings with second Grammy

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Last year, when Shaggy and Sting performed their just-released singleDon’t Make Me Wait live at the Grammy Awards ceremony, they had a short red-carpet interview discussing their upcoming collaborative album at Clive Davis’ Pre-Grammy Gala afterw

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‘Nothing to hide’

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The public will learn the full details of the severance package of Yolande Ramharrack, the former human resources manager at Petrojam whose non-disclosure agreement stoked a firestorm of criticism for Prime Minister Andrew Holness.

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PNP saddened by ex-councillor’s murder

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Eastern Jamaica has been rattled by the murder of Madge Morris, former People’s National Party (PNP) councillor for the White Horses division, St Thomas, the second politician in that region to have been killed in a week.

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Phillips slaps Holness for rewarding corruption

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Opposition Leader Dr Peter Phillips used a national broadcast last night to cast the Holness administration as punch-drunk on corruption and urged the security forces and other state bodies to restore public confidence by pursuing criminal prosecutions.

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Ja too soft on scammers – prof

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Jamaican courts have been faulted with not hitting lottery scammers hard enough, effectively divesting justice to the United States, which has increasingly sought to extradite the 876 fraudsters and send them to prison.

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Shaggy photo

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‘Zandrea’s fight an inspiration to all’

Gleaner on February 11th, 2019 | File Under Headline News -

Remembered as much for her guts as her gusto, Zandrea Sidi-Al Bailey’s zest for life was equalled only by her dignity in death, friends and family told mourners, memories lighting up the Ocho Rios Baptist Church on Saturday.

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What is required for Jamaica to export its hi-grade ganja

Gleaner on February 11th, 2019 | File Under Headline News -

Jamaica’s decriminalisation of ganja in 2015 brought with it many expectations, one being the ability to export its hi-grade herb.

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