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Author Archive: Shanice Gibbs

UPDATE: 24 Jamaican students now in Poland and travelling via bus to Krakow
The 24 Jamaican students who were trying to cross a Polish entry-point yesterday (February 27) have finally made it through.   The
24 Jamaican students who have been travelling to Poland on foot this morning have reached Polish border.
24 Jamaican students who have been travelling to Poland on foot this morning (February 27) have reached the Polish border.   The
Jamaica records 45 new COVID-19 cases and 2 more COVID-19 deaths
An 82-year-old female and a 67-year-old male from St. Catherine are the latest persons to die from COVID-19. The country’s death
Detective Constable recovering at hospital after he was shot and wounded during operation in Gregory Park early this morning
A Detective Constable is recovering at hospital, after he was shot and wounded during an operation in the Gregory Park area early this
Brief disruption at Sangster International Airport this morning after fire alarm triggered
There was a brief disruption of operations at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, St. James this morning (February 27).
UPDATE: Jamaican student fleeing Ukraine says Ukrainian Gov’t has ordered persons to disable geolocation feature on all devices
One Jamaican student told IRIE FM news that the Ukrainian Government has ordered persons to disable the geolocation feature on all
UPDATE: 24 Jamaican students who were travelling by bus from Lviv in Ukraine to Poland are now making the journey on foot.
  24 Jamaican students, who were travelling by bus from Lviv, in Ukraine to Poland are now making the journey on foot.   The
PSOJ says Jamaica could effectively fight corruption if citizens refrain from practices which undermine the nation’s systems
  President of the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica, PSOJ, Keith Duncan says Jamaica could effectively fight corruption if
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