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18 Jan/2020

Executive chef cooks for infirmary residents

For the last five years, Thora Daley and her team has staged the Elegant You Tea Party in Toronto, Canada, from which funds raised are used to support the St Ann Infirmary, here in Jamaica. The Elegant You team includes executive chef Selwyn...
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18 Jan/2020

Jamaica well positioned to host UN tourism conference

Strategies for coping with natural disasters and enhancing resilience to speed up recovery, with the capacity to build back better where necessary, are expected to dominate discussions at the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) to be...
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18 Jan/2020

Anti-vaccination campaigns ill-advised – Tufton

WESTERN BUREAU: Following reports of a low take-up of the influenza vaccine locally, Health Minister Dr Christopher Tufton is pushing back against the anti-vaccine movement, saying that the vaccines are scientifically proven to be safe. “Our...
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18 Jan/2020

Police personnel children benefit from $29 million in scholarships

Detective sergeant Patrick Henry gave up on his dreams to become a nurse when he joined the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) 22 years ago, but on Thursday, the father of three watched with pride as his daughter accepted a scholarship to finance her...
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18 Jan/2020

Clarendon residents updated on Vernamfield development project

Residents of New Yarmouth, Vernamfield and surrounding communities in Clarendon were given an update on the Government’s planned development for the area, at a community meeting on Wednesday. The meeting was held in Gimme-me-Bit, and was addressed...
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18 Jan/2020

E-passports on the horizon – Wynter

Jamaicans are on the cusp of receiving electronic passports (e-passports) as part of the transformation process taking place at the Passport, Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA). This forms part of the new national Public Key Infrastructure (...
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18 Jan/2020

Gov’t aims to reduce illicit ganja cultivation

Minister of State in the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Floyd Green, says emphasis will be placed on increasing the number of community groups of traditional growers participating in the alternate Development Programme....
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18 Jan/2020

A new National Public Key Infrastructure (NPKI) project has been launched by the Government under the National Identification System programme. The launch took place on Wednesday at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel in Kingston. The NPKI project will...
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17 Jan/2020

Dancehall artiste Quada granted $500,000 bail

Dancehall artiste Quada, who is charged with murder and arson, was today granted $500,000 bail when he appeared before the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court. Quada, whose real name is Shaquelle Clarke, was represented by attorneys Stacey Knight...
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17 Jan/2020

16-year-old St Mary boy left at KPH back with family

The Child Protection and Family Services Agency is reporting that it has located the relatives of the 16-year-old boy who was left at the Kingston Public Hospital. Jonathan Black, who is from Hopewell in St. Mary, was found at the hospital on...
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17 Jan/2020

Jackson backs call for expanding Jamaica Eye CCTV project

Opposition Spokesperson on National Security Fitz Jackson is backing a call from the Montego Bay Chamber of Chamber in urging the government to increase the number of CCTV cameras monitoring public spaces in Montego Bay by immediately expediting...
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17 Jan/2020

Update | Political Ombudsman questions TPDCo sign bearing image of green bell

Political Ombudsman Donna Parchment Brown has written to the Tourism Product Development Company (TPDCo) requesting an urgent explanation for a community sign it’s believed to have sponsored which bears the picture of a green bell The bell is...
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17 Jan/2020

King Valley Gang Trial| Witness says man was shot, stabbed and set on fire

Gruesome details about how a man was shot, stabbed and then set on fire by alleged members of the King Valley gang were this morning outlined by a former member of the criminal organisation. 
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17 Jan/2020

Taxi operator charged following gun seizure on Constant Spring Road

Detectives assigned to the Half Way Tree Criminal Investigations Branch arrested and charged a man with illegal possession of firearm and ammunition following the seizure of a Glock pistol and several rounds of ammunition on Constant Spring...
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17 Jan/2020

DCS launches inmate reintegration preparation programme

The Department of Correctional Services is reporting that it launched its Inmate Reintegration Preparation Programme at the Tamarind Farm Adult Correctional Centre in St Catherine on Thursday. It says the programme dubbed ‘Imagine Me’...
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17 Jan/2020

King Valley Gang Trial| Witness testifies how houses were attacked during manhunt

A manhunt by members of the Westmoreland-based King Valley gang culminated in a house being robbed and set ablaze and another shot up, according to a Crown witness.
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17 Jan/2020

Gov’t wants more traditional ganja growers to participate in alternative programme

Minister of State in the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Floyd Green says emphasis will be placed on increasing the number of community groups of traditional growers participating in the Alternative Development Programme....
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17 Jan/2020

RJRGLEANER Honour Awards 2019 | Making Kingston the creative capital of the Caribbean

RJRGLEANER Honour Awards 2019 Recipient: Kingston Creative Category: Arts and Culture Water Lane in downtown Kingston is now a sight for sore eyes. The street that once housed dilapidated, abandoned buildings has now come alive through...
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17 Jan/2020

500,000 premises in western region inspected for mosquito breeding site

Regional Vector Control Officer at the Western Regional Health Authority (WRHA) Ryan Morris says more than 500,000 premises have been inspected for mosquito breeding sites in the health region since the July 1 activation of the enhanced vector-...
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17 Jan/2020

Gun, ammunition seized in Rivoli, Spanish Town

The security forces today recovered a Ruger 9 mm pistol and one 9 mm magazine containing nine live rounds during a stop and search conducted on Rivoli Avenue, Spanish Town, St Catherine. According to the security forces, at approximately 6:30 am,...
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