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23 Feb/2020

Moderates hustle to blunt Sanders' momentum after Nevada win

(AP) — Bernie Sanders’ commanding Nevada caucus victory made him a top target for his Democratic rivals and a growing source of anxiety for establishment Democrats worried that the nomination of a self-avowed democratic socialist could...
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23 Feb/2020

Police investigate another shooting involving a JDF soldier in St Catherine

The St Catherine Police are investigating a shooting incident in Eltham Vista, Spanish Town this morning involving another member of the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF). The Gleaner understands that the incident occurred after the JDF soldier...
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23 Feb/2020

Police to be equipped with taser guns

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) has announced that it is equipping its members will less lethal weapons, such as taser guns.  The JCF made the announcement via Twitter earlier today.  In the post, which it underscored by...
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23 Feb/2020

Man killed, toddler injured in downtown Kingston shooting

Investigators are now at the scene of a murder on West Street in downtown Kingston, where one person was killed and a one-year-old injured during a shooting this morning, the police have confirmed. The identity of the murder victim is yet...
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23 Feb/2020

Jamaica among five Caribbean countries eligible for US visa programmes

(CMC)- Jamaica is among five Caribbean countries the Trump administration in the United States has named eligible for visa programmes that allow US employers to bring foreign nationals to the US to fill temporary agricultural and non-...
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23 Feb/2020

Police probing murder and shooting in St Andrew

Investigators are at the scene of a murder, where the body of a man, identified as 'Cucus', was found on a garbage dump near the entrance of 60 Whitehall Avenue in St Andrew.  The body was found about 1:40...
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23 Feb/2020

Six-year-old among those nursing injuries from FESCO fire

A six-year-old child is among those still nursing injuries from Friday's explosion at the Heaven's FESCO service station in Mandeville, Manchester, the police have confirmed.  Seven people were injured, four of whom received third...
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23 Feb/2020

Over $50 million and counting - …At least 20 cases in court for royalties owed, says JACAP

Despite having an estimated high of 60-65 per cent compliance rate in the collection of royalties, the Jamaica Association of Composers, Authors and Publishers (JACAP) continues to face an uphill battle, as millions of dollars in unpaid fees are...
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23 Feb/2020

Solo practice? Telemedicine can help you find a balance

Technology has been changing the way we do things in the healthcare industry for years. Every year there are more and more innovations intended to improve care as well as various processes. Digitised healthcare has proven to be tremendously...
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23 Feb/2020

Chronic water woes plague North West Clarendon

It is incredulous to grasp that on the cusp of the 21st century, despite extensive population growth, and the unquestionable increase in demand, that the constituency of North West Clarendon is still leaning on Edwin Allen’s 70-year-old...
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23 Feb/2020

Commercial success essential to diplomatic missions – Ahmad

Describing commercial success as essential to present-day diplomatic missions, British High Commissioner Asif Ahmad is underscoring the United Kingdom’s (UK) commitment to improving the capability and capacity of Jamaican exporters to sell more to...
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23 Feb/2020

Lessons from India - UWI benefits from global partnership

Students from the University of the West Indies (UWI) were last week privy to a guest lecture from the Indian High Commissioner to Jamaica, His Excellency Shri Sevala Naik. The event, organised by the UWI Department of Government, in collaboration...
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23 Feb/2020

Situational leadership transforming a community

Leadership can be general or it can be situational and applied to specific communities. Although the fundamentals are the same, they’re applied differently based on the environment. My main principle is that leadership must influence others to...
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23 Feb/2020

‘Living two lives’ - ZOSO/SOE wrecking home life of young cops

The promise of higher wages and greater respect has gone sour for some district constables-turned-policemen who, since graduation in 2017, have been deployed as part of special security measures in western Jamaica – miles away from their children...
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23 Feb/2020

Climate change is everybody’s problem

In the past few weeks, there have been several articles about climate change in the newspapers. The articles seem to have the same theme – it’s up to the youth to persevere and find solutions. However, they do not explain what exactly we’re up...
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23 Feb/2020

Tormented minds - Depression and other mental disorders afflicting children and staff at state-care facilities

Most of the approximately 5,000 children living in state care across Jamaica are suffering from serious mental disorders, which often worsen after they are removed from their homes or other places deemed unsafe. Representatives from the Child...
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23 Feb/2020

‘Disgraceful’ - Transportation system brutal to rural students

Rural-area schoolchildren are constantly brutalised by the public transportation system. Taxis rarely take them in the morning and afternoon peak hours and bus operators come up with an arbitrary quota system, limiting the number of children who...
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23 Feb/2020

Clear and imminent threats - Venezuelan unrest, dark web spell trouble for Jamaica, says security expert

Less than a month after fishermen in St Catherine confessed to smuggling hundreds of illegal guns into Jamaica from Haiti, security expert Professor Anthony Clayton is urging the Government to invest more in Jamaica’s long-term border protection....
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23 Feb/2020

Proper disposal of items within SEZs crucial, says Customs

The Jamaica Customs Agency (JCA) is reminding occupants of the special economic zones (SEZ) that they are required to seek the entity’s assistance when disposing of imported items. “We should receive a letter from the Jamaica Special Economic Zone...
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23 Feb/2020

Snapping into place - Jigsaw puzzles have ardent following

There are jigsaw puzzle nights at coffee shops and libraries. Puzzle groups and puzzle games online. Hand-cut wooden puzzles that cost thousands of dollars. And puzzle designs that range from edgy, original artwork to your own, custom-ordered...
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