Jamaica Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. In search of our humanityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jamaica Observer

    ... lanes. One close pass and he would have been on the ground. This behaviour points to a deep-seated social problem in Jamaica, where human life is being undervalued. There have also been intensive, soul-searching meetings between the police high ...

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  2. Suspects held in killing of policewoman to be charged this week - commissionerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Gleaner

    ... on April 28. She died in the Kingston Public Hospital a day later. A 27-year-old constable, who was stationed at Jamaica House, and a civilian were taken into custody in connection with the killing of the policewoman. Speaking at the funeral for the ...

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  3. Santa Barbara Rape Crisis Center Samples Chocolate, Wine in Annual BenefitRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Noozhawk

    ... to bid in a spirited live auction for luxurious getaways, including a slice of Caribbean paradise in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Juried awards were also handed out for outstanding chocolate creations, including the People's Choice Award, Outstanding ...

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  4. Legion hosts islandwide marchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Jamaica Observer

    THE Jamaica Legion, which has responsibility for the provision of basic needs for ex-service men and women, is organising a major concert tour to raise funds. The concerts, which will be held at 10 locations across Jamaica, kicks off on June 12 and will feature the Jamaica Military Band and the Jamaica Regiment Band under the baton of Warrant Officers Class 2 Albert Shaun Hird and Paul Johnson.

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  5. Jasmine V Rowe tells allRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Jamaica Observer

    ... when a song is a hit it comes and goes, and when something is a classic, it lives with you forever," she told the Jamaica Observer . Tell Me Part Two is produced by her father, Robert for his Ve3! Inc label. It was recorded at Harry J studio in ...

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  6. Damaged by drugs charge - Wife walks out of marriage after...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Gleaner

    Four years after being hit with an illegal drugs charge, 30-year-old Germaine Hylton of Montego Bay, St James, is a free man, but he remains bitter that the State charged him for a crime he did not commit. Also, his wife walked out of the marriage because she could not deal with the stress caused by the slow justice system.

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  7. Construction company offers payment plan to build homesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Gleaner

    Developer Firmway Enterprise International says it has seen more than a doubling of its client base since it decided to allow customers to pay for construction of their homes in monthly instalments. The company has tailored payment plans, which require customers to procure the building material for their own home, while paying portions of the labour costs over time.

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  8. Pan-Jam projecting - $6.5b spend on OceanaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Gleaner

    ... Hanworth said the acquisition and renovation of the Oceana complex is a sign that "Pan-Jam is committed to all of Jamaica, including downtown", and that in making the move to invest there "Pan-Jam and Downing Street have put considerable The current ...

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  9. McNeill to announce PNP VP interest today at Rec meeting in MoBayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Jamaica Observer

    ... the vacancy that will be left by the departure of the region's current vice-president, Derrick Kellier, whom the Jamaica Observer has learnt has already told some close to him that he will not be offering himself again. That announcement, the Sunday ...

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  10. Alwayne Smith looks to entrepreneurshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Jamaica Observer

    ... that he has recovered from the gunshot wounds. With limited opportunities to earn an income these days, he told the Jamaica Observer that he has decided to try his hand at entrepreneurship. Currently, he said, an allowance of $2,300 that he receives ...

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  11. While the grass was growing, the horse was starving a " a lesson for all governmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Jamaica Observer

    ... that could bring relief to the suffering was announced or even contemplated. So it came as a big surprise when the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) devised the plan to offer income tax relief to Jamaicans earning up to $1.5 million per annum. That is ...

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  12. The wrecking ball crew dona t understand the new paradigm of politicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Jamaica Observer

    ... headline, "Peter disliked Portia, "Just under a year after the People's National Party (PNP) lost power to the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), Dr Peter Phillips agreed with a United States official that Jamaica risked becoming like Haiti if the ...

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  13. KPReit invites shareholders to sleepoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Jamaica Observer

    ... It might also affect share trading levels, with KPReit moving in recent times to stimulate more activity on the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) where it is listed on the main market, for units which it says are currently undervalued. The company is ...

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  14. Ian Boyne | Andrew must not squander itRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Gleaner

    It seemed the whole Jamaica went green last week after Prime Minister Andrew Holness gave his Budget presentation. From the same evening on radio, people were gushing in praise over his two-and-a-half-hour speech.

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  15. Collin Greenland | Revisiting construction audits in hotelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Gleaner

    ... plus save money, increase accountability, reduce/prevent injury (or death), and reduce potential legal hassles. In Jamaica, much clamour is often made about extortionists, and these days 'scammers', with good reason. In many cases, however, ...

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  16. Annalee Davis is British Council's Arts ManagerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Gleaner

    ... two months into the post, is excited about Run Free. "What's very exciting about that collaboration with Manifesto (Jamaica) and the National Theatre of Scotland is that 16 young Jamaican men are currently working towards presenting their work at ...

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  17. Education minister kicks off islandwide parent consultations todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 28 | The Gleaner

    Minister of Education Senator Ruel Reid says the consultations are being held in collaboration with the National Parent Teachers' Association of Jamaica. Minister of Education Senator Ruel Reid is to hold the first in a series of islandwide parent consultations today to discuss the role parents will play in the new Tuition-Fee Policy in high schools.

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  18. What a blessed week in camp in 1960s Jamaica taught meRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 28 | The Toronto Star

    ... Yes, a child is never at ease with that mind bender - even in a village outside the tourist mecca of Montego Bay, Jamaica. I remember the first call - to the campground in White House, Westmoreland, near now-famous Negril. I wouldn't have made the ...

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  19. Wisynco to fuel Racers Grand Prix, future Jamaican athletesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 28 | Jamaica Observer

    Wisynco Group Limited, through its brands Wata and Powerade, has accepted the task of fuelling athletes for the inaugural staging of the Jamaica National Racers Grand Prix. A number of Jamaica's finest will square off against some of the world's most elite athletes in what is expected to be an explosive festival of speed on June 11 at the National Stadium.

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  20. Sprint giants clash at Prefontaine ClassicRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 28 | Jamaica Observer

    Jamaica's double Olympic 100m champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce leads nine other Jamaicans, including Omar McLeod, Hansle Parchment, Asafa Powell and Elaine Thompson, into action at the PreFontaine Classic in Eugene, Oregon, USA, today. Fraser-Pryce, who missed three previous engagements due to a toe injury, will line up against Americans Carmelita Jeter, Barbara Pierre, English Gardner and Tianna Bartoletta; Murielle Ahour of the Ivory Coast; Blessing Okagbare-Ighoteguonor of Nigeria and fellow Jamaican, Simone Facey.

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