‘Woefully unacceptable’ - Harrison calls for action as thousands of Integrity Commission cases await prosecution

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The top prosecutor for the corruption watchdog body the Integrity Commission has publicly chastised his bosses over the agency’s failure to have a single case placed before the courts in the more than one year since it was established. According…

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‘Woefully unacceptable’ - Harrison calls for action as thousands of Integrity Commission cases await prosecution

Gleaner on June 27th, 2019 | File Under Headline News -

The top prosecutor for the corruption watchdog body the Integrity Commission has publicly chastised his bosses over the agency’s failure to have a single case placed before the courts in the more than one year since it was established. According…

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No police state - Lawmakers urge caution in review of anti-gang legislation

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A proposal that Jamaican immigration authorities should be compelled to alert the police when convicted gangsters are about to leave the island has not found favour with lawmakers who are reviewing the so-called anti-gang legislation. Similarly,…

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No police state - Lawmakers urge caution in review of anti-gang legislation

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A proposal that Jamaican immigration authorities should be compelled to alert the police when convicted gangsters are about to leave the island has not found favour with lawmakers who are reviewing the so-called anti-gang legislation. Similarly,…

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Sykes: Skipping doctors’ testimony could speed up assault, wounding cases

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WESTERN BUREAU: Removing medical doctors from the list of witnesses in wounding and assault cases could help to speed up some trials, says Chief Justice Bryan Sykes. Speaking at yesterday’s opening ceremony for the Judiciary of Jamaica National…

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Sykes: Skipping doctors’ testimony could speed up assault, wounding cases

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WESTERN BUREAU: Removing medical doctors from the list of witnesses in wounding and assault cases could help to speed up some trials, says Chief Justice Bryan Sykes. Speaking at yesterday’s opening ceremony for the Judiciary of Jamaica National…

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Single grade six student at St Andrew school shines in PEP

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Even as he saw many of his friends leave the St Andrew-based Choice Christian Academy for other schools, 12-year-old Anjesh Zodge, in a show of resolve and stick-to-itiveness, made the bold decision, with the support of his parents, to remain at…

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Single grade six student at St Andrew school shines in PEP

Gleaner on June 27th, 2019 | File Under Headline News -

Even as he saw many of his friends leave the St Andrew-based Choice Christian Academy for other schools, 12-year-old Anjesh Zodge, in a show of resolve and stick-to-itiveness, made the bold decision, with the support of his parents, to remain at…

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St Thomas pins great hopes on Morant Bay urban centre

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After years of hearing plan after plan being proposed for the idle lands that once housed the Goodyear factory on the outskirts of Morant Bay in St Thomas, residents from across the parish journeyed to the location yesterday as they banked hopes on…

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St Thomas pins great hopes on Morant Bay urban centre

Gleaner on June 27th, 2019 | File Under Headline News -

After years of hearing plan after plan being proposed for the idle lands that once housed the Goodyear factory on the outskirts of Morant Bay in St Thomas, residents from across the parish journeyed to the location yesterday as they banked hopes on…

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