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The Cornwall Regional Hospital is now in a state of readiness for any suspected case of the deadly Ebola virus in western Jamaica.

More lotto scammers arrested

Fourteen persons suspected of being involved the illicit lottery scam, were yesterday arrested by the Lottery Scam Task Force in various communities across St James. The...
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CORNWALL REGIONAL HOSPITAL’S EBOLA PREPAREDNESS

The minister of health Dr Fenton Ferguson, has expressed satisfaction with the level of Ebola preparedness at the Cornwall Regional Hospital, which is the central...
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Chikungunya clean up underway in St. James

Clean up efforts in St James are underway, following work which commenced yesterday in Norwood....
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EBOLA READY! - Cornwall Regional Hospital prepared for suspected cases

The Cornwall Regional Hospital is now in a state of readiness for any suspected case of the deadly Ebola virus in western Jamaica. ...
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More lotto scammers arrested

Fourteen persons suspected of being involved the illicit lottery scam, were yesterday arrested by the Lottery Scam Task Force in various communities across St James. The...
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CORNWALL REGIONAL HOSPITAL’S EBOLA PREPAREDNESS

The minister of health Dr Fenton Ferguson, has expressed satisfaction with the level of Ebola preparedness at the Cornwall Regional Hospital, which is the central...
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    Sir Clifford Campbell Primary receives tablets

    Distribution of devices under the Government’s ‘Tablets in Schools’ pilot programme continued on October 24, with 613 students of the Sir Clifford Campbell Primary School in Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland receiving tablet computers.
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    International University of the Caribbean encourages mandarin

    As trade and diplomatic relations expand between Jamaica and China, the International University of the Caribbean (IUC) is promoting more effective communication between the peoples of both countries by teaching Mandarin, the official Chinese language. Jamaica has been seeing a gradual increase in Chinese nationals taking up residence reside here and conducting business. Stop-over visitors from the Orient has also been growing.
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    Ebola scanning machine for Sangster Airport

    The country’s preparedness against the Ebola virus will be further boosted with the acquisition of a state-of-the-art thermal scanning machine, at a cost of approximately $4.3 million (US$38,000).
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    Cornwall humbled

    Eleven times champions Cornwall College suffered back-to-back-defeats for the first time this campaign, after making a losing start to the quarter final round of the ISSA/LIME da’Costa Cup Schoolboy Football Competition at Juici Patty field yesterday, (Thursday, October 23)
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    LIONS TAMED AT WESPOW

    Title holders Montego Bay United (MBU), produced an efficient and workman like performance on their way to a 2-0 defeat of Humble Lion, in their Red Stripe Premier League game at Wespow Park on Sunday, (October 26).
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    MBU slide into semis

    Premier League title holders Montego Bay United (MBU), moved a step closer to a place in the final of the Flow All Island Champions Cup, after easing their way into the Sunday, November 2 final of the Knockout out Championships.
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    ‘Axeman’ falls another

    The ever-improving Nicholas Walters gave his father, Job, a timely birthday present on Saturday, (October 18), when he stopped Nonito Donaire with one second left in the sixth round of their WBA featherweight title fight, before 9,323 energized fans at the StubHub Centre in California.
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    Jarrett Park stands about to collapse

    There appears to be a disaster waiting to happen at one of Western Jamaica’s premier sporting venues. This, as Jarrett Park, which is located in the heart of the city of Montego Bay, has stands that are on the verge of collapsing. Whilst the surface of the football field is in pristine condition, the stands are in a dilapidated condition and it is feared that many patrons, including schoolchildren, could be crushed and killed.
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  • CITIZENS MUST PLAY THEIR PART

    The government is expected to carry out state affairs including garbage collection, properly constructed and maintained roadways, firefighting services, health care facilities and workers, policing
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  • KEEP JAMAICANS IN THE LOOP

    Jamaica continues to receive great commendation from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for its performance under the four-year extended fund facility.  The programme has seen the
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  • WELL DONE, SAM SHARPE AWARDEES!

    On Heroes Day, Monday, October 20, 2014, some persons who have made a sterling contribution to the parish of St. James, were presented with Sam
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  • Ebola rumors won’t help

    The government yesterday issued an immediate travel ban against certain persons travelling directly or indirectly from or through Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, in light
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