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Former 100  metres  world  record  holder  Asafa  Powell  returns  to  the  big  league on Wednesday when  he  lines  up  in  the men’s  100...
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United States Civil Rights Lawyer and Human Rights Activist, Jasmine Rand, has joined the legal team representing the family of Mario Deane, who was beaten in police custody and later died.Rand was...
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The St. Ann police have charged the man accused of killing a toddler in Lewis District, last week.He is 42-year-old Devon Jarrett of Lewis District.Jarrett is charged with murder and wounding with...
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Two persons were shot one fatally in Orange District, St. James this afternoon (August 26).Police are yet to issue a statement on the shooting, but relatives have identified the dead man as 25 year...
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There are heightened concerns by residents of Linstead in St. Catherine, about a spate of robberies in the area.Their concern comes against the background of the killing of four persons during a...
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Three Haitian nationals, who arrived in St. Thomas last week by boat, have been charged with illegal entry.The Haitian nationals, including two women, are charged along with two Jamaicans.The...
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The Water Resources Authority (WRA) is warning that people who abstract water from rivers and streams without a licence, can be prosecuted.The authority says persons are using small portable pumps...
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Several inmates who sat the Caribbean Secondary Examination Council (CSEC) Math and English exams received passing grades.The programme, which is part of a pilot rehabilitation programme saw 25...
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