Fashion police backlash - Lawyers distance themselves from Champagnie’s stance on students’ photos

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There is division in the legal profession over attorney-at-law Peter Champagnie’s controversial lambasting of the Mona Law Society at The University of the West Indies, posting on social media, pictures of female students skimpily dressed….

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Law & disorder - Lawyers distance themselves from Champagnie’s stance on students’ photos

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There is division in the legal profession over attorney-at-law Peter Champagnie’s controversial lambasting of the Mona Law Society at The University of the West Indies, posting on social media, pictures of female students skimpily dressed….

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Holness: Don’t get comfortable

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WESTERN BUREAU: While the Holness administration is pointing to the Opposition’s vote against extending the now-defunct states of public emergency (SOEs) last December as the reason for rising levels of crime in parts of the country, the prime…

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Mona Law Society hopes to learn from controversial photos

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The Mona Law Society (MLS) at The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, has admitted that it was not fully aware of the true extent of the negative implications that the posting of photographs with law students dressed in clothing…

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Vaz: East Portland needs good leadership

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Port Antonio, Portland: Ann-Marie Vaz, the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) caretaker for East Portland, is throwing cold water on comments made by Opposition Leader Dr Peter Phillips that the constituency is People’s National Party (PNP) territory….

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Weed Ed | Power moves from the NBA to the cannabis industry

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Al Harrington (and his grandma) are selling medical weed Ex-basketballer signs licensing deal with Jamaican company Al Harrington used to have a conflicted relationship with cannabis. He had family members that used it but didn’t do so…

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Tufton rejects mayor’s politicking claim

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Western Bureau: Health Minister Dr Christopher Tufton has flatly rejected a claim by Lucea Mayor Sheridan Samuels that his recent trip to the parish, which included a town hall meeting in Lucea on health issues, was more of a political ploy than a…

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UWI lecturer calls for transparent funding framework for tertiary institutions

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An economics lecturer at The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, is suggesting that the Government adopt a transparent performance-based funding allocation framework to address the inequity in the subventions provided to tertiary…

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Gordon Robinson | Need for constitutional reform at crisis level - Jamaica Gleaner

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Gordon Robinson | Need for constitutional reform at crisis level  Jamaica Gleaner

As reports of governmental corruption continue on the rise, Jamaica’s need for constitutional reform has reached emergency levels. Without radical constitutional …

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Multilingualism key to move country forward – Morris - UN youth ambassador renews call for J’cans to learn more languages - Jamaica Gleaner

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Multilingualism key to move country forward – Morris - UN youth ambassador renews call for J’cans to learn more languages  Jamaica Gleaner

Before the end of her tenure as Jamaica’s Youth Ambassador to the United Nations later this year, Santana Morris wants to see a more urgent move towards …

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