LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — British police said Friday they had made further

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries on Monday imposed an immediate import ban on corned beef from Brazil. The ministry said that the move followed reports from Brazilian authorities that several maj ...

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MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica (JIS) — Minister without portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Dr Horace Chang, says the Government will be expanding and improving wastewater resources in the new financial year. The objective, Ch ...

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WASHINGTON, United States (AFP) — Donald Trump suffered a bitter defeat Friday in his first major legislative challenge, as the president's effort to repeal Obamacare was shot down by rebel Republican lawmakers. Barely two months into hi ...

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The South East Regional Health Authority (SERHA) has reported that normal operations have resumed at the Bustamante Hospital for Children, since 2:00 pm today. SERHA reported yesterday that the hospital was accepting emerge ...

UPDATE: Bustamante Hospital back to normal - Latest News
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KINGSTON, Jamaica — National Security Minister Robert Montague says he recently met with former heads of the Jamaica Constabulary Force and Jamaica Defence Force to share with them the national crime management strategy and security initiative ...

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — One of the co-owners of a St Andrew furniture store, Moncrieffe’s Patio Shop, is dead and three people injured following an attack by a male employee at the establishment today. Barbara Moncrieffe was confirmed dead by ...

Business owner killed, 3 injured in employee pipe attack - Latest News
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ST ANN, Jamaica — The police are this afternoon seeking a man implicated in a grenade-throwing incident on Thursday, in which a police sergeant was injured and an alleged gunman killed. The police are seeking 26 year-old Sadan Lloyd Mullings o ...

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Dental surgeons employed to the Ministry of Health and Regional Health authorities have threatened strike action on Wednesday, March 29. In a letter obtained by OBSERVER ONLINE, president of the Union of Clerical Administra ...

Gov't-employed dental surgeons threaten strike action - Latest News
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KINGSTON, Jamaica — A new National Security Council (NSC) policy will see members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) and the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF), who could be deployed under the Law Reform (Zones of Special Operations, Special Sec ...

Human rights training for security forces to be deployed under new Bill - Latest News
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It might be a squeeze to get it in but, perhaps for the first time, Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart’s trophy room, already bursting at the seams, will accommodate a second place win in Britain’s ultra prestigious The Travel Marketing ...

When second place feels just like first - Business
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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Veteran music industry insider Clyde McKenzie believes a new celebrity show, produced in Florida, can expose Caribbean artistes to a diverse demographic. McKenzie, who has worked as a producer and publicist with Beeni ...

Before The Fame will expose Caribbean artistes - Latest News
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Dear Editor, A ban on Brazilian corned beef is on. “Crisis, opportunity, crisis, opportunity” it is the same for Jamaican beef suppliers and farmers. Will someone produce Jamaican corned beef so we can stop making other people rich ...

ONLINE READERS COMMENT: Will someone produce Jamaican corned beef! - Latest News
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Racehorse owner Arthur Foreman is of the strong belief that people wanting to get involved in the owing of racehorses must know and understand the many risks involved before diving in. Foreman, who has been an owner for over 15 years, knows very ...

Owners must be aware of the risks - Sport
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Jamaica Urban Transit Company’s (JUTC) commuter bonanza promotion, Big Bacchanal Double Day, is for Saturday, March 25. Double Day involves commuters getting twice the top-up value they place on their SmarterCards for bus rides. The top-up ...

JUTC to double the experience - Auto
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The past should be used to order change, offer guidance, and to set standards for the future. But how deep should you dig, or reveal?

Digging into his past
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DETECTIVES assigned to the Centre for the Investigations of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse (CISOCA) is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a witness who is vital to a case that is currently before the court. She is Audrey Williams, ...

Police trying to locate Audrey of Newlands - News
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MANDEVILLE, Jamaica — The Manchester Police say that a man believed to be aligned to the Grey Ground gang in the parish is now in custody in relation to a kidnapping incident involving two businessmen yesterday. At least two other members of t ...

Grey Ground gang linked to kidnapping of Manchester businessmen - Latest News
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GRAZ, Austria — As if inspired by gold and silver medals won by their compatriots in ice speed skating, Jamaica’s illness-plagued floor hockey players saved their best for last in the top division at the 2017 Special Olympics Winter Game ...

‘Man’ on fire! - Sport
A St Andrew woman was on Friday afternoon reportedly hacked to death by a machete wielding man at her 47 Old Hope Road business place, Moncrieffe’s Patio Shop. Her husband and two other indiv…

Elderly Business Woman Reportedly Chopped to Death in St Andrew