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The management of the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) has called for a meeting with the Jamaica Labour Party, in a bid to resolve several issues concerning the inappropriate use of some of its buses.This, after at least 30...
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Several Teachers' Colleges are likely to cancel graduation exercises this year, due in part, to the small number of students set to graduate.The colleges say due to the four-year degree programme...
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The Health Ministry has issues protocols concerning people travelling from Ebola affected countries, in light of the expected increase in travel over the Christmas period.Acting Chief Medical Officer...
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Prime Minister, Portia Simpson-Miller, is to make an announcement next Monday (November 24) about the NHT board, after resignations reduced it to below the number allowed by law.The latest...
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Rajay Murdock with IAAF representative Sam Lloyd
Rajay  Murdock  representing  Reggae  Radio  Irie  Fm  at  the  IAAF young  journalist  workshop  in  Monaco  was  the...
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Soca entertainer Bunji Garlin is working on upcoming projects with some of Jamaica’s most talented which includes Junior Gong Marley and Agent Saco.Bunji who is expected to perform at the Heineken...
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Pre-tournament favourites Clarendon college are now 90 minutes away from winning the DaCosta Cup title for the first time in 16 years.The Patrick ‘Jackie’ Walters coached team advanced to the final...
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Veteran roots play actor Cleve ‘Chu Chu’ Warren died yesterday evening while undergoing treatment for an undetermined illness at the St Ann’s Bay Hospital.Music news understands that the actor...
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