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Citizens converge on Gordon House to call for protection of Cockpit Country
Members of the Cockpit Country Coalition along with scores of concerned citizens assembled at the National Heroes Circle, in Kingston,
Gov’t unable to confirm timeline for PCJ closure
Energy Minister Fayval Williams says the closure of the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ), will result in savings for Government
Education Ministry says no to finger-printing teachers to record attendance
The Government says teachers cannot be forced to provide biometric data to record school attendance.   Minister with
Govt says it has to balance environment with livelihoods dependent on bauxite mining
As the bauxite mining debate continues with protests on opposing sides, parliamentary secretary, Senator Robert Morgan, says the
Noranda workers stage protest at JET Kingston office, in defence of company
Some workers employed to bauxite company Noranda, travelled from St. Ann / Trelawny, to Kingston today, and staged a protest at the
RSU reports 2 dead, several others injured in Mobay crash
The Road Safety Unit is reporting that a 3 vehicle accident this afternoon along the Elegant Corridor in Montego Bay St James left 2
Attorney-at-law Sasha-Kay Fairclough shot dead
  Investigators are sifting for clues in the murder of 31 year old attorney-at-law, Sasha-kay Fairclough and the wounding of her
Two PPV operators charged for having over one thousand tickets
Two public transport operators were arrested and charged yesterday, after it was found that together, they had over one thousand