Vybz Kartel appeal judgment coming tomorrow

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The Court of Appeal will on Friday morning deliver its judgment in the Vybz Kartel murder case. Kartel and his co-accused have been waiting for almost 20 months on the ruling following their three-week appeal hearing in July 2018.

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‘Guns that have no bullets’ - Jamaican doctors in US say COVID war scary as hell

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Lester Hinds/Gleaner Writer As the coronavirus pandemic spreads like a bush fire throughout the United States, several Jamaican healthcare professionals on the front line tell of a brutal grind of attrition that has seen COVID-19 infections creep…

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Clarendon on COVID radar - Third coronavirus patient dies as more cases linked to Corn Piece man

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Jamaica has registered two COVID-19-linked deaths in as many days and, on Wednesday, recorded an almost 16 per cent increase in the number of persons who have tested positive for the respiratory disease. With positive cases rising by six to 44, a…

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Clarendon on COVID radar - Third coronavirus patient dies as more cases linked to Corn Piece man

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Jamaica has registered two COVID-19-linked deaths in as many days and, on Wednesday, recorded an almost 16 per cent increase in the number of persons who have tested positive for the respiratory disease. With positive cases rising by six to 44, a…

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BPO heart-breaker - Workers sent home after client closes account

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WESTERN BUREAU: Davon Crump, chief executive officer of business process outsourcing outfit Global Outsourcing Solutions Limited (GOSL), will probably never forget the look of despair on the faces of some of his employees when…

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‘Guns that have no bullets’ - Jamaican doctors in US say COVID war scary as hell

Gleaner on April 2nd, 2020 | File Under Headline News -

Lester Hinds/Gleaner Writer As the coronavirus pandemic spreads like a bush fire throughout the United States, several Jamaican healthcare professionals on the front line tell of a brutal grind of attrition that has seen COVID-19 infections creep…

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5,000 under COVID prison threat

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The approximately 5,000 people who returned from overseas between March 18 and 23 and who have failed to make contact with the Ministry of Health and Wellness could face prosecution for breaching the Disaster Risk Management Act. They could face…

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BPO heart-breaker - Workers sent home after client closes account

Gleaner on April 2nd, 2020 | File Under Headline News -

WESTERN BUREAU: Davon Crump, chief executive officer of business process outsourcing outfit Global Outsourcing Solutions Limited (GOSL), will probably never forget the look of despair on the faces of some of his employees when…

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5,000 under COVID prison threat

Gleaner on April 2nd, 2020 | File Under Headline News -

The approximately 5,000 people who returned from overseas between March 18 and 23 and who have failed to make contact with the Ministry of Health and Wellness could face prosecution for breaching the Disaster Risk Management Act. They could face…

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Market warning: 58,000 COVID cases - Vendors urged to avoid virus spread amid sobering month-end alert

Gleaner on April 2nd, 2020 | File Under Headline News -

Vendors and shoppers in the island’s 77 markets are being urged to strictly adhere to social distancing and sanitisation guidelines as the island tries to defy projections which show that Jamaica could record up to 58,000 COVID-19 cases by the end…

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