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26 Nov/2022

Two killed at Clarendon party during alleged dispute involving a policeman

Two men are now dead following an alleged dispute involving a policeman on Saturday morning in Frankfield, Clarendon. They are Jerome Smith, also called 'Vibez', and Clayton Pink, also known as 'Chiney', both of James Hill...
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26 Nov/2022

#FootballFever | Argentina breathes collective sigh of relief after victory

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Luciana Medina was so nervous that she could barely sleep the night before Saturday's match between Argentina and Mexico which could have all but knocked the football-mad South American country from the...
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26 Nov/2022

St Catherine police to target praedial thieves during Christmas season

The police in St Catherine are ramping up efforts against goat thieves and other praedial larcenists as the Christmas season approaches. Acting head of the St Catherine North police division, Superintendent Derrick Champagnie said the police...
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26 Nov/2022

Motorcyclist killed in St Elizabeth

A motorcyclist was killed in a vehicular crash on the Aberdeen main road in St Elizabeth on Friday. He is Marvin McLaughlin of Slipe district in the parish. The Siloah Police say about 11:00 p.m., McLaughlin was driving his chopper motorcycle in a...
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26 Nov/2022

Attorney-at-law Marc Harrison has died

Attorney-at-law Marc Harrison, who was the founding partner in the law firm Harrison & Harrison, has died. He died last night in Florida where he was undergoing treatment for cancer. King's Counsel Symone Mayhew, who is litigation...
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26 Nov/2022

#FootballFever | ‘Normal thing to do’: Japanese fans tidy up at World Cup

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — The sight of Japanese fans at a World Cup bagging trash after a match, win or lose, always surprises non-Japanese. Japanese players are famous for doing the same in their team dressing room: hanging up towels...
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26 Nov/2022

Man held in major drug bust acquitted

A St Mary man who was among four people held with ganja worth more than $7 million has been freed of drug charges. Taxi operator Conroy Clarke walked free from the Trelawny Parish Court on Friday after he was found not guilty of possession of,...
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26 Nov/2022

Holness hands over social housing units to families in St James

Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, on Friday, handed over five units, built under the New Social Housing Programme (NSHP), to families in several communities across St James. Keys were presented to beneficiaries in Norwood, Salt Spring, Lottery...
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26 Nov/2022

Police seek help identifying body dumped in Kingston Harbour

The police are probing the death of a man who they believe was killed and his body dumped in the Kingston Harbour on Friday. His identity has not yet been ascertained. The body was removed from the water by the Marine Police. It had lacerations to...
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26 Nov/2022

Over 100 rounds of ammunition seized in St James

Over 100 assorted rounds of ammunition were seized during a joint police/military operation at New Road, Flanker, in St James on Friday. The Jamaica Constabulary Force's Corporate Communications Unit (CCU) said the team carried out a...
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26 Nov/2022

Holness questions Opposition's motives for blocking SOE extension

Prime Minister Andrew Holness is questioning the parliamentary Opposition's commitment to Jamaica and to tackling crime following the Opposition's decision to block the extension of the states of emergency (SOEs) in the...
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26 Nov/2022

US$417,000 raised at For the Children

THE WHO’S who of Corporate Jamaica and diaspora from the Tri-State area of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut knocked the ball out the park on Saturday, November 12, at the Issa Trust Foundation’s For The Children charity gala, raising US$417,000...
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26 Nov/2022

Golding concerned about public access to beaches

Opposition leader and People’s National Party (PNP) President Mark Golding has expressed concern about how the tourism product continues to be developed without ensuring that Jamaicans will maintain access to the island’s beaches. Golding, who...
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26 Nov/2022

600 public servants honoured for long service

Some 600 public servants who have served 25 years and more in various areas of the public sector have been recognised by the Government for their invaluable and dedicated contribution to Jamaica. During the Jamaica Civil Service Long Service Awards...
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26 Nov/2022

Jamaican exec ranked among the 10 Most Influential Black Britons

Paulette Simpson, the United Kingdom-based JN Group executive, has been ranked among Britain’s top-10 most influential people of African or Caribbean heritage. She was ranked at number eight on the Powerlist 2023 published by Powerful Media, which...
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26 Nov/2022

Caribbean Medical Mission marks 25 years of ‘helping the needy’

WASHINGTON, DC: The New Jersey-based Caribbean Medical Mission (CMM) marked its 25th anniversary with a fundraising gala that honoured its founding members, even as it received commendation for its sustained contribution to communities in Jamaica...
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26 Nov/2022

Black creatives in Toronto welcome initiative for affordable housing

TORONTO: Jamaican creatives in Toronto are praising a cultural centre-led initiative that will provide affordable housing for black cultural creators in the new Mirvish Village being built in the historically black and immigrant neighbourhood at...
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26 Nov/2022

Hundreds benefit from community link-up in downtown Kingston  

Even though 81-year-old Headley Henry was unable to walk unassisted, he was among the more than 500 community members from Rose Gardens and Parade Gardens who turned out to the Project STAR’s community link-up which offered various services...
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26 Nov/2022

Sentencing further delayed for senior convicted of land fraud

A senior citizen who was convicted of land fraud after she stole her friend’s property and gifted portions of it to herself and her children will have to spend another week in custody before her fate is decided on December 1. The 74-year-old...
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25 Nov/2022

SOE extension blocked in Senate

The Government's bid to secure an extension of the states of public emergency has been blocked in the Senate. It did not secure the votes needed to have the security measures, which were imposed in seven parishes on Tuesday, November 15, go...
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