Manchester farmer arrested on firearm charges

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A Manchester farmer is now behind bars on firearm charges after being arrested last night. The police say 28-year-old Nadar Campbell of Savoy Crescent in Christiana was held during an operation at a bar in Mount Moriah, St Ann about 11 p….

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Manchester farmer arrested on firearm charges

Gleaner on March 29th, 2020 | File Under Headline News -

A Manchester farmer is now behind bars on firearm charges after being arrested last night. The police say 28-year-old Nadar Campbell of Savoy Crescent in Christiana was held during an operation at a bar in Mount Moriah, St Ann about 11 p….

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Manchester farmer arrested on firearm charges

Gleaner on March 29th, 2020 | File Under Headline News -

A Manchester farmer is now behind bars on firearm charges after being arrested last night. The police say 28-year-old Nadar Campbell of Savoy Crescent in Christiana was held during an operation at a bar in Mount Moriah, St Ann about 11 p….

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LISTEN: Paulwell backs call to suspend fuel tax and GCT on electricity

Gleaner on March 29th, 2020 | File Under Headline News -

CLICK HERE The Opposition is backing a proposal by the Jamaica Public Service (JPS) for the suspension of General Consumption Tax (GCT) on light bills and the Special Consumption Tax (SCT) on fuel to make electricity cheaper for people amid the…

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Jamaica boosting COVID-19 testing capacity

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Come tomorrow, technicians will begin installing a machine at the National Public Health Laboratory to test for the coronavirus (COVID-19) 

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Pharmacies fear shortages, paranoia could cause chaos

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Pharmacies across Jamaica have been hit hard by the COVID-19 scare, and it seems that those in the rural areas are hurting the most, as a shortage of medication for the symptoms, sanitisation products and fear of exposure to the respiratory disease…

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‘Free at last!’ - Bull Bay happy to be out of quarantine, stigma but still concerned about spread of coronavirus

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“Free at last! Free at last!” one man shouted to The Sunday Gleaner team as he drove past on Morales Drive, heading out of Bull Bay, St Andrew, yesterday. Grinning from ear to ear, he sped off down the road. In the early hours of Saturday, March…

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Pharmacies fear shortages, paranoia could cause chaos

Gleaner on March 29th, 2020 | File Under Headline News -

Pharmacies across Jamaica have been hit hard by the COVID-19 scare, and it seems that those in the rural areas are hurting the most, as a shortage of medication for the symptoms, sanitisation products and fear of exposure to the respiratory disease…

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Prisons beef up COVID-19 security - Correctional services say no need for inmates and relatives to worry

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Prisoners are already isolated from the rest of the population, but the Department of Correctional Services (DCS) admits that there are still holes through which the dreaded COVID-19 can seep into the institutions, and says it is doing its best to…

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‘Look out for the elderly’ - Appeal for protection of the ageing population most affected by COVID-19

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Winston Peneng* will be 82 years old in September. On Thursday, the elderly man sat patiently in a pharmacy awaiting his hypertension medication as others around him navigated each other cautiously and in hospital surgical masks. “I don’t look it,…

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