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05 Aug/2021

St Vincent Prime Minister injured amid massive protest

Prime Minister of St Vincent and The Grenadines Dr Ralph Gonzalves has been injured amid a major protest now under way in the capital, Kingstown. The prime minister was hit on the head with a stone. The protest is against changes to the Public...
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05 Aug/2021

Special memorial held for those who died due to COVID-19

A special virtual memorial and candle lighting ceremony was held on Wednesday by the National Chorale of Jamaica to honour lives lost due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The ceremony was held at the St Theresa Roman Catholic Church in...
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05 Aug/2021

JCF making it easier to get criminal records

The upgrading of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) Automated Palm and Fingerprint Identification System is in progress and is slated to come on stream in September. Senior Director in the Major Technology Transformation Branch at the Ministry of...
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05 Aug/2021

Water woes in sections of St Ann

The National Water Commission is reporting that high turbidity levels have forced the suspension of operations at its Blackstonedge Water Facility in St Ann.    This has caused a disruption in regular water supply...
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05 Aug/2021

200 new COVID-19 cases, four more fatalities

Jamaica has recorded four more COVID-19 deaths, increasing the tally to 1,211 Those who have died are a 69-year-old man from St Elizabeth, a 26-year-old man from Clarendon, a 67-year-old man from Westmoreland, and a 26-year-old woman from Clarendon...
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05 Aug/2021

CPFSA monitoring case of baby found in Spanish Town

The Child Protection and Family Services Agency (CPFSA) says it is monitoring the case of the baby found in Spanish Town, St Catherine on Tuesday. The CPFSA says the newborn baby boy remains in hospital and is undergoing medical assessment. The...
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05 Aug/2021

Agriculture ministry undertaking $50 million small ruminant development programme

The Ministry of Agriculture has launched a $50 million National Small Ruminant Development Programme. The programme, which was launched on Tuesday by Portfolio Minister Floyd Green at the Hounslow Research Station in St. Elizabeth, is geared...
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05 Aug/2021

Earth Today | A cry for fairness, solidarity to address the climate crisis

DEVELOPING COUNTRIES have laid out what for many is a solid case for ‘solidarity, fairness and prosperity’ in the response to a changing climate, ahead of the upcoming Glasgow talks set for November. The ‘case’ is reflected in the recent position...
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05 Aug/2021

Earth Today | Service club makes a difference, one tree at a time

THE ROTARACT Club of Kingston (RCOK) continued its efforts to support local environmental sustainability this past weekend ,with the planting of some 20 ornamental and fruit-bearing seedlings on the compound of The Salvation Army School for the...
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05 Aug/2021

Job woes haunt rural women

Nekeisha Myers didn’t graduate from high school. She has no qualifications. Not even a stove to cook for her family. What she does have are five children in the single-parent household - with the father of at least three of the kids reportedly...
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05 Aug/2021

Rasta group calls for removal of cop involved in dreadlocks trimming

Ras Ivi Tafari, head of Cutting Edge Cultural Inity – a Rastafarian group based in May Pen, Clarendon, says the Rastafarian community is disgusted by the alleged trimming of 19-year-old Nzinga King while in custody at the Four Paths Police Station...
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05 Aug/2021

Moneague College to launch associate degree programme in agro-processing

The Moneague College in St Ann is to launch a new programme next academic year geared at unattached youth and women, especially those who are economically challenged. Moneague principal, Howard Isaacs, told The Gleaner that the college is also...
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05 Aug/2021

UHWI to fix multimillion-dollar software glitch

Crucial security features are to be installed on a problematic multimillion-dollar software that’s exposed hundreds of thousands of patient data for the University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI) to potential abuse. A Sunday Gleaner...
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05 Aug/2021

Fear grips quiet Stony Hill

A series of daring daylight killings in the usually stable community of Stony Hill, St Andrew, has placed residents and business interests on edge as they cower in fear. The citizens are appealing to the authorities to step in immediately to bring...
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05 Aug/2021

Carnegie Foundation gifts medical supplies to Mandeville Hospital

Mandeville, Manchester: Burdened by an influx of individuals who present with serious injuries as a result of motorcycle crashes, the Mandeville Regional Hospital on Tuesday welcomed a much-needed donation of orthopaedic equipment, among other...
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05 Aug/2021

Bartlett urges investment in experiential tourism assets

WESTERN BUREAU: As international tourism trends reflect a shift from the traditional ‘sun, sea and sand’ to experiential-type travel, prospective investors in Jamaica are being urged to capitalise on soft adventure, natural parks, hiking, mountain...
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05 Aug/2021

MoBay’s breast cancer 5K gets int’l recognition

Western Bureau: The Kiwanis Club of Providence Montego Bay’s Breast Cancer 5K Walk/Run for 2020 has received international recognition, capturing gold in Tier-2 at the recent Kiwanis International Awards ceremony. Prior to the pandemic, in 2019,...
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05 Aug/2021

HMC carries out major anti-vending operation in Lucea

WESTERN BUREAU: Equipped with a crane and flatbed truck, local government officers spearheaded a major anti-vending operation at the Lucea municipal car park on Tuesday, removing illegally erected shops, including a 20-foot metal container fitted...
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05 Aug/2021

Education scholarships awarded to Maldon Baptist Church teens

WESTERN BUREAU: Eighteen-year-old Tianna Smith and 13-year-old Tousaint Desouza, two young members of the Maldon Baptist Church in Maldon, St James, are this year’s recipients of scholarships valued at $20,000 each, courtesy of the church’s...
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