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A man said to be a member of the Jamaica Defence Force has been taken into police custody after he allegedly damaged a JUTC bus in Portmore St. Catherine yesterday (September 19).A passenger on the bus was reportedly injured...
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The St. Ann Parish Council says $4.5 m has been spent to rehabilitate the access road to Fantasy Beach in Priory, St. Ann.Secretary/Manager, at the St. Ann Parish Council, Alfred Graham, says 300 m...
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Arguably the world's best pound-for-pound boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. is set to visit Jamaica next weekend to celebrate his latest victory in the ring.Mayweather who defeated Marcos Maidana in their...
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Six illegal guns and 64 rounds of ammunition were seized at a function at Rosemount Square in Montego Bay, St. James, early this morning (September 20).The memorial dance was reportedly put-on by...
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The Trade Board is encouraging used car dealers, to observe the revised motor vehicle policy, in the interest of consumers.The board says, it has received several complaints, about older vehicles...
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Defending champions St Elizabeth Technical were held to a goal less draw by Munro College in the feature game in group e of the ISSA/Lime Dacosta Cup football competition this afternoon.In another...
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The Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation (KSAC) has moved to clarify its position, on the feeding of the homeless on the streets.Mayor of Kingston Angella Brown-Burke says, the Corporation has not...
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Following their impressive victories over New Zealand in their four match one day international series the West Indies women cricketers have surged to the top of the ICC Women’s Championship table in...
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