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The driver of the motor vehicle involved in a fatal accident in Siloah, St Elizabeth on Wednesday has turned himself in.Fifty-seven-year-old Renford Findley of Castleton District, Balaclava, in the parish, died in the crash.His...
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Atleast six people were seriously injured following separate motor vehicle accidents in Portland between last night and this morning.In the first crash, a 19-year-old man of Industry, Mount Pleasant...
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Former West Indies cricketer Daren Ganga has called for a full investigation into the issues that brought about the West Indies abandonment of the tour of India.Ganga said as a former West Indies...
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Global ambassador for the national women's football programme Cedella Marley has declared her continued support for the Reggae Girlz, despite the disappointment of the team not qualifying for the...
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Local environmental lobby group, JET, today (October 23) won its claim against the exemptions preventing its access to information about the Goat Islands project.However, the Jamaica Environment...
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Head of the Trinidad's Jamaat al Muslimeen group, Yasin Abu Bakr says he is unaware of any reason that the Jamaican government considers him a threat to national security.He points out that he has...
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China harbour engineering company (Chec) says its workers are more at ease, since security measures were beefed up at its sites this week.Chinese and local workers have been expressing fear for their...
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A common law couple was murdered in Windsor, Somerton, St. James last evening (October 22).The two have been identified as 30-year- old Rohan Wilson, also called bread of Windsor Lodge, St. James and...
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