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03 Apr/2020

Reid, Pinnock lose another appeal

The Appeal Court has refused an application by resigned Education Minister Ruel Reid and Caribbean Maritime University President Professor Fritz Pinnock who seeking leave to appeal a decision of the Full Court. The court’s decision was handed...
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03 Apr/2020

Kartel lawyers heading to Privy Council

The lawyers for murder convict Vybz Kartel and his co-accused say they will now be moving to appeal this morning’s judgment in their murder conviction. The Appeal Court this morning rejected the appeal by Kartel and co-accused Shawn...
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03 Apr/2020

Tourism Ministry to establish recovery task force

The Tourism Ministry is to establish a Recovery Task Force, which will be charged with developing a blueprint for a post-COVID-19 tourism industry. This was disclosed by Portfolio Minister, Edmund Bartlett, during a digital press briefing held on...
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03 Apr/2020

Traffic lights at South Camp Rd, Harbour St intersection out

The National Works Agency (NWA) is encouraging motorists to exercise due care when making their way onto Michael Manley Boulevard, from the lower section of South Camp Road, as the traffic signals at the intersection are currently out of...
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03 Apr/2020

COVID-19 mobile testing units to roll out today

THE COUNTRY’S mobile testing mechanism will start rolling out today as the Ministry of Health and Wellness ramps up testing for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Portfolio Minister Dr Christopher Tufton made the announcement during a digital press...
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03 Apr/2020

Great Huts takes holistic approach to COVID-19

The coronavirus scare and all the precautions that it has engendered have hit the Jamaica tourist industry with a sledgehammer, causing some resorts to close their gates, while others have been forced to scale down their operations, adjusting their...
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03 Apr/2020

Farmers wilting under COVID-19 pressure

IN SOUTH east St Elizabeth, farmers in the communities of Red Bank, Port Sea, and Melksham are cultivating a wide range of vegetables – tomato, cucumber, cauliflower, melon, garden egg, scallion, broccoli, Scotch bonnet pepper and cabbage – like...
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03 Apr/2020

The Masters | Stay home, but keep moving!

Monday, April 6 is WORLD PHYSICAL ACTIVITY DAY! A global day recognised by the World Health Organization. And with the help of Jamaica Moves, Living is here to help you get moving! Exercising and staying fit are important to good health and reduce...
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03 Apr/2020

COVID-19 survivor grateful - The system works, says hospital SMO

Referred to as Patient 5, the St Ann man who beat COVID-19 and was released from the St Ann’s Bay Regional Hospital on Sunday, after 16 days in isolation, is expressing thanks, while urging Jamaicans not to take the disease lightly. In the...
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03 Apr/2020

Andrews Hospital to act as extension of KPH

Andrews Memorial Hospital, on Hope Road in Kingston, is to be used as an extension of the Kingston Public Hospital (KPH) as part of the Government’s effort to shore up the public health system to deal with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The...
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03 Apr/2020

They lived together and died together

ONE WAS a retired nurse practitioner and the other was an X-ray technician. They lived together, and last Tuesday night they died together when a raging fire engulfed the apartment they occupied on the Grand Concourse in the Mount Eden section of...
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03 Apr/2020

MenTOUR encouraging high-school boys

MENTOUR, AN initiative started by The Gleaner’s Youthlink and Ah Loaf of Bread Charity, is doing a series of ‘Smart Talks’ to high-school boys, with the aim of motivating and encouraging them. It debuted days prior to the shutdown due to the novel...
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03 Apr/2020

PMI’s Jackson gets new appointment overseas

Western Bureau: PASTOR EVERTON Jackson, who heads both the Calvary Baptist Church in Montego Bay and the Peace Management Initiative (PMI) Western, has been appointed to serve as the new director of integral mission by the Baptist World Alliance (...
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03 Apr/2020

MBCCI wants Gov’t to accept JPS’s suggestions

Western Bureau: THE MONTEGO Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MBCCI) says it supports the Jamaica Public Service’s (JPS) appeal for a zero-rating of the general consumption tax (GCT) on electricity and the removal of the Special Consumption Tax...
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03 Apr/2020

Advertorial | What documents will I need to submit?

Dear Shannon, I JUST purchased my first car and I am really excited about having it insured! I have already selected my quote from the best choices MIBinsure.com offered. I must congratulate Marathon for this marvelous initiative. It was easy and...
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03 Apr/2020

4,000 front-line medical staff to benefit from Wisynco contributions

Wisynco Group Limited, in recognition of the front-line workers who are committed to stemming the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Jamaica, has lent its support through the contribution of its purified water brand, WATA, and energy...
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03 Apr/2020

ICWI drives customers to digital channels

In response to the recent Government-implemented COVID-19 procedures and guidelines, the Insurance Company of the West Indies (ICWI) is urging customers to take advantage of the various digital channels it has available to do business with them....
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03 Apr/2020

JMMB extends financial lifeline to its retail clients, SMEs

WITH THOUSANDS set to experience the personal impact of a major economic fallout, due to the circumstances surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis in Jamaica, The JMMB Group has responded by easing some of the weight of this financial burden...
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02 Apr/2020

Jamaica's COVID-19 cases up by three, now 47

Jamaica has three more confirmed COVID-19 cases, pushing the country’s tally to 47. The Health and Wellness Ministry reports that of the five pending test results from yesterday, two samples have tested negative while three are positive. The...
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02 Apr/2020

INDECOM wants inclusion in exemption from COVID curfew order

The Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) says it is concerned that it was not included in the exemption list under the new COVID-19 curfew orders and is calling for the government to fix it. The order for the seven-day nightly curfew...
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