Plane pain - Legal action on the cards as flight school tragedy leaves students’ families with million-dollar debts

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The mothers of the two student pilots killed in the November 2016 flight school plane crash are reliving nights of anguish, anxiety, and anger following the publication of a 60-page report detailing a litany of regulatory and operations shortfalls…

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Doctor on gang’s payroll, former gang member testifies

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The extent to which the Uchence Wilson Gang infiltrated the society was brought to light in court yesterday following the revelation that a medical doctor was among the professionals on its payroll. The witness told the court that a Mandeville-…

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Vote-buying still a major concern for NIA, CAFFE

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Despite Jamaica scoring high marks for its electoral systems, corruption watchdog National Integrity Action (NIA) and Citizens Action for Free and Fair Elections (CAFFE) have raised a red flag, saying that vote-buying is still a major concern…

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Student athletes flee crime-plagued MoBay

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Once known as the ‘Friendly City’, Montego Bay is now in an unenviable position as the tourism capital tries to wrest itself from the murderous clutches of a crime monster gripping St James. It is not a reality that escapes the schools in the…

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Eight killed in St James, Trelawny in 3 days

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The murder toll in western Jamaica continues to climb, with at least seven persons killed in St James and one in Trelawny in the three days up to yesterday. National Security Minister Dr Horace Chang has described the situation as a disease for…

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Physics teacher wishes Calabar athletes well

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The Calabar High School physics teacher who last week went public with allegations that he was assaulted by two of the school’s top athletes says that despite criticism being levelled at him on social media that he wanted to tarnish the future of…

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UPDATE: Three confirmed deaths from H1 N1 influenza virus

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Nicole Dawkins-Wright, acting director of emergency, disaster management and special services in the Health Ministry, has confirmed that three Jamaicans have died as a result of the H1N1 influenza virus. Speaking with RJRNews Dawkins-Wright said…

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UPDATE: H1N1 in Jamaica but not Swine Flu strain, says Health Ministry

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The health ministry is confirming that the H1N1 virus is in Jamaica but says that the type present is not the swine flu strain.
 

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COOKING OIL GOES MISSING FROM CHURCH - Pastor prays for thieves

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Reverend Sean Major-Campbell, pastor of the Christ Church in Vineyard Town, Kingston, is praying for a set of burglars who ransacked his church last Tuesday. The pastor told THE WEEKEND STAR that last Wednesday, when he went to the church, he…

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- Day Four will be hot

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