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Residents of Gutters, Retirement and adjoining communities in West Central St. James, now have access to more reliable water supply.

CREATING A BETTER NATION

Despite the loss of support for Labour Day activities in the past few years, it was quite encouraging to see Jamaicans, young and old, involved...
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PM salutes nation builders

Prime Minister, Portia Simpson Miller, says workers in both the private and public sectors are a special group who continue to build the country....
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Footballer dies in crash

It was a gruesome scene that greeted onlookers who caught sight of the body of Delroy Williams, after he collided in a tree on his motor cycle last Sunday morning....
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Gutters/Retirement water system

Residents of Gutters, Retirement and adjoining communities in West Central St. James, now have access to more reliable water supply....
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CREATING A BETTER NATION

Despite the loss of support for Labour Day activities in the past few years, it was quite encouraging to see Jamaicans, young and old, involved...
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Improved health care in Western Jamaica

Chairman of the Western Regional Heath Authority (WRHA), Calvin G. Brown, has pledged to ensure that public health services in the region are delivered at a high standard....
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    PASSPORT RUSH

    Long lines at passport offices across the country have been the order of the day since PICA announced on the weekend, an increase in the cost of obtaining a passport.
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    Millions for banana export expansion

    The Government of Jamaica is pumping $250 million into a project aimed at revitalising banana production for the export market.
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    Farmers schooled in climate change

    Several farmers from Westmoreland participated in an agrometeorology seminar, staged by the Ministry of Agriculture, at the Savanna-la-Mar United Church Hall in the parish, on May 12.
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    Teacher commits suicide

    The St. Elizabeth Technical High (STETHS) family is in a state of mourning, after a much-loved teacher is suspected to have committed suicide on the weekend.
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    All Stars hunt lead

    Former champions Catherine Hall All Stars can take over the lead in the Western Basketball WBA Elite Basketball League, providing they record a victory against Knibb Thunder in Saturday’s (May 23) round of games, to be played at the Montego Bay Cricket Club beginning at 6 p.m.
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    Decisive clash - MBU host ‘Fire house’ in race for finals berth

    After taking a decisive step towards the retention of their Red Stripe Premier League title, title contenders Montego Bay United (MBU) and their fans, are expected to bring the Montego Bay Sports Complex alive this Sunday evening, (May 17), when they engage Waterhouse in the return leg semi final of the Red Stripe Premier League.
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    BLITZ, AVALANCHE WIN IN STYLE

    Inner-City Avalanche on Sunday, (May 10), climbed out of the relegation zone in the Western Basketball Association (WBA) Men’s Championships, after recording back-to-back wins for the first time this season, in a game played at the New Market Oval in Savannah La Mar, Westmoreland.
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    MBU IN CHARGE

    Montego Bay United moved one step closer to continuing the defence of their crown, after ripping apart Waterhouse’s defence in a commanding display in the opening leg of their Red Stripe Premier League semi finals, at the Drewsland Mini Stadium on Monday night, (May 11) winning the bruising contest 3-1.
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  • RESPECT ACROSS THE BOARD

    The disruption at Cornwall College on Tuesday, which saw a teacher and a man representing a student, engaged in a fracas in full view of
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  • FIND COMMON GROUND

    Yesterday, the members of House of Representatives voted strictly along party lines, on the three bills to replace the United Kingdom based Privy Council as
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  • END THE GET-RICH-QUICK MENTALITY

    Last Thursday’s conviction of a 25 year-old Montego Bay scammer in a United States court, is another signal that Jamaican and American authorities are hell-bent
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  • SUPPORT GRIEVING MOTHERS

    While many women will be smiling, as their children and other family members go all-out to make Mother’s Day extra special this Sunday, others will
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