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When a child is brought into this world through blood, sweat and tears, there is little that a mother will not do for him or her, especially when that very child’s life is at stake. A mother, Sandra Howell-Housen, currently finds herself in this dreaded situation.
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Help for fire victims

Victims of last Thursday’s fire which destroyed several homes at Upper King Street in Montego Bay, St. James, were aided with supplies on Wednesday April 22....
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INTEGRITY IN GOVERNANCE

Yesterday, Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Paul Llewellyn, ruled that former Mayor of Lucea and Councillor of the Green Island Division in Hanover, the People’s...
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Students urged to be positive role models

Students from Irwin High School in St. James, benefitted from motivational talks by the Ministry of National Security’s Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP) and Unite for Change, recently....
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Fire leaves 38 homeless

Thirty eight persons were reportedly rendered homeless, following a fire in the early hours of Thursday morning on King Street in Montego Bay. ...
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PREVENTING HOUSE FIRES

Far too many fires have been occurring in the King Street area of Montego Bay in recent times.  Early yesterday morning, 38 persons were reportedly left...
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Keep up the anti-corruption fight, JCF

The Western Mirror, dated Friday, April 10, 2015, published an editorial pointedly headlined, ‘JCF SHOULD REMAIN UNDAUNTED’, which in part stated “Last Saturday morning’s incident in Hopewell Hanover, which saw Constable Kemar Beckford being shot dead by an off-duty inspector, in what investigators say was a robbery attempt was most unfortunate”.  The entire situation is most unfortunate simply put and, once again, pivotally shows that there are corrupt police officers operating within the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), who have no respect for the rule of law, order or discipline. ...
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    ‘Smood Face’ performs in West’land Sunday

    This Sunday, April 19, 2015, patrons attending the upcoming Mango Festival set for Little London in Westmoreland, can look forward to a live performance from Jamaican born, United Kingdom based singer, ‘Smood Face’, whose real name is Aldin Taylor.
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    Westmoreland’s best for April 18

    The Jamaica Cultural Development (JCDC) - Westmoreland, continues to present the best of the Parish’s Performing Arts Festival Entries.
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    Jamaican film ‘Destiny’ heads to the US

    The award winning Grasshopper Productions produced film Destiny, will have its U.S premiere on Monday, March 30, 2015, in Miramar Florida. The U.S premiere will be hosted by Vice Mayor Yvette Colbourne, at the Miramar Cultural Centre, 2,400 Civic Centre Miramar, at 8 p.m., with a VIP reception at 6:30 p.m.
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    Paul Hurlock releases song for Obama

    With the impeding visit of US President Barrack Obama, veteran reggae artiste Paul Hurlock has chosen to honour him with a new song called ‘Barack Obama’.
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  • Thank you, Mr. President

    Jamaicans are still reminiscing on last week’s visit of the President of the United States of America Barack Obama. The President, who held bilateral talks
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  • SAFEGUARDING PUBLIC HEALTH

    In the aftermath of recent reports that the selling of disposed meats from the Riverton Dump in Kingston remains rampant, last Saturday, the nation learned
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  • CUSTOMER SERVICE CRITICAL TO GROWTH

    As the Jamaican government continues efforts to reform its economy, greater efforts are to be made to achieve stronger growth levels this fiscal year 2015-2016.  The
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  • TOO MUCH ‘SAGGING’

    Sagging or ‘saggy’ pants has become a  popular trend, particularly among Jamaican young men, for a number of years.       This trend which sees young
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