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TWIN BOYS LAID TO REST

Not even the heat and lack of space in the King’s Seventh Day Adventist Church in Mt. Salem, Montego Bay, could prevent scores of Jamaicans from attending the funeral service of twin boys Brayden and Brandon Jones on Sunday.
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GOV’T ALLOCATES NEARLY A BILLION DOLLARS

The Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment and its agencies, will be spending close to one billion dollars over the next three years to enable residents...
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Government pushing solar energy

Science, Technology, Energy, and Mining Minister, Phillip Paulwell, says the Government will be targeting the installation of renewable energy solutions in the island’s hotels....
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Ground broken for GWest

Montego Bay’s private health-care landscape has received another bold marker, with the construction of the US$15-million GWest Centre at the Fairview Commercial Park on the city’s south side....
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JA to chair UN Tourism Council

Tourism and Entertainment Minister, Dr. Wykeham McNeill, will assume Chairmanship of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) Executive Council in September....
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TWINS TO BE BURIED SUNDAY - MP says blame game makes no sense

The government has announced that it will be assisting the family of deceased twin brothers Brayden and Brandon Jones....
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EMERGENCY ROAD AND DRAIN WORK FOR GREEN POND

State Minister in the Ministry of Transport Works and Housing Richard Azan has announced that emergency work is to done shortly sections of the Green Pond main road as well as a part of the North Gully at Capital Heights in Green Pond which were affected by heavy rain and floods on Monday, May 19, 2014. ...
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ISO discussing upcoming change in sugar regime

Issues relating to the upcoming change in the European Union (EU) Sugar Regime, are high on the agenda of the three-day 45th Council Session of the International Sugar Organization (ISO), which began on Monday at the Hilton Rose Hall Resort, in Montego Bay....
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Azan to tour flood-affected areas - NWA still assessing damage

State Minister for Works, Richard Azan, will, on Monday, May 26, tour several sections of St. James Centra,l which suffered heavy damages during the heavy rain s which lashed St. James earlier this week. ...
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Fire leaves four homeless

Four persons, including two children, are now homeless after fire destroyed their house in Blyston in the community of Goodwill, Trelawny on Tuesday morning....
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‘It’s a painful loss for us’

“Something happened and Brandon went outside to wash out his mouth and once he came out, he went with Brayden and that was just it,” recounted Keisha Scott-Daye, Brandon Jones’ class teacher. ...
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­­­­FIRE!, FIRE! - Massive blaze at Sangster International Airport

A section of the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay St. James, went up in flames on Wednesday night....
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‘WE’RE ON THE RIGHT TRACK’ – Police Commissioner

Commissioner of Police, Owen Ellington, says there has been a gradual decrease in serious and violent crimes over the past five years, due to the tireless work of the security forces to maintain law and order....
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TA on drive to improve service to commuters

Transport Authority of Jamaica will be implementing a range of initiatives, aimed at improving the service provided to commuters by public passenger vehicle operators....
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Fire claims life

Fire razed a path of destruction leaving an elderly man dead and a mother and her five children homeless, in two separate incidents in western...
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MoBay doctor develops treatment for DPP

A new discovery in gynaecology, is proposed to finally put an end to women’s long troubles of severe pain in the pelvic region of the body during pregnancy....
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Minister hails Columbus as good corporate citizen

Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce, Anthony Hylton says he is moved by the changing spirit of members of the business sector, who are now...
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Flow MoBay City Run to benefit Western tertiary students

Students of tertiary level institutions in western Jamaica, can look forward to some assistance towards the cost of their education. The Western Jamaica Tertiary Education...
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Civilian testifies in Coudray-Greaves case

A civilian testified in the St. James Circuit Court on Tuesday May 6, that he got a detailed look at the car driven by the accused killer Ivan Taylor, leaving the cane field where the body of murdered Trinidadian school teacher Michelle Coudray-Greaves was found. ...
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North Coast Ferry service by 2015

A ferry service is to be set up on the North Coats by February of next year, (2015). ...
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