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* Inspector Keith Steele, August Town Police:August Town needs a change in culture of the people, and persons who offer themselves for offices within the community must also be true to the core.* Dr Diana Thorburn, Caribbean Policy Research...
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Wedding - in danger - after groom locked up
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Uncertainty surrounds whether a wedding would be held because the groom is in custody in Montego Bay.Information reaching THE STAR is that the groom, 36-year-old Omar Christie, is being held in detention under the Emergency Powers Act.Under the Act...
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OCA takes interest in case involving UHWI and 14 month old child
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Three ways the Caribbean can strengthen financing for private companies
by Therese Turner-Jones Growing up in The Bahamas, I remember my grandmotherâ€™s asue. There werenâ€™t any banks where she lived on the island of Inagua, and even if there had been, it wasnâ€™t customary for women to frequent them. To adapt, women (and sometimes men) formed their own informal savings groups, known asÂ asues. As her […]
Learning about Jamaicaâ€™s Forests by Hiking the Blue Mountains
by AnaitĂ©e Mills Panoramic view of the Blue & John Crow Mountains, Jamaica. Xaymaca is the Taino name for Jamaica which translates into â€śland of wood and waterâ€ť but how much wood and how much water does Jamaica have today? The Forestry Department figured out a way to teach enthusiastic hikers about the state of […]
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More modifications to traffic management plan coming
As the National Works Agency (NWA) continues to tweak its traffic management plan in Kingston and St. Andrew, more change is to come starting this weekend. As of this Sunday, September 23, turning restrictions will be implemented along the section of Constant Spring Road, between the bridge at Market Place and the Dunrobin Avenue intersection.
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