Big boost for crime fight - Billions more to beef up police, army; $1b for cop cars, $3.7b for aircraft
The Jamaican Government will be ramping up its fight against crime, rolling out new legislation geared at giving the security forces greater powers and allocating $9.2 billion more to the Ministry of National Security than fiscal year 2018-19. The...
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Berry sees many men every night, sometimes up to 15 different males. But the 38-year-old prostitute is still looking for that special man who will capture her heart. But not just any man, Berry wants a Rasta man. "Mi like a Rasta man, something bout...
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St. Elizabeth woman killed by estranged husband
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A woman is dead after she was allegedly shot by her estranged husband in Seaview, St Elizabeth this...
Warning Signs of Suicide
These past few weeks have been very sad in Jamaica’s history. We’ve had 4 suicides in approximately one month. There was the 2nd form student from Wolmers’ Boys school on April 25, the father of the 3 year old who killed her and days later killed himself on April 29; politician Faye Reid-Jacobs May 8; [...]
Journalism Week in Jamaica Explores Modern Media & Competition
The following excerpts are from my presentation at a lively and well-attended forum hosted by the Press Association of Jamaica in celebration of Journalism Week. The topic was ‘Modern Media: Competition & Customer Choices’. Modern Media Means Different Things to Different People Some see modern media as new digital communication platforms like vlogs, blogs, podcasts [...]
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Legal Aid Council Representation Helps to Free Mentally ill Man
Following representation from the Legal Aid Council, 52 year old Leslie Spaulding from Bath St. Thomas was freed in the St. Thomas Parish Court, Morant Bay on January 29, after he appeared before Parish Judge Mrs. Feona Feare-Gregory.
Mr. Spaulding was charged for Assault Occasioning Bodily Harm in 1995, but was deemed unfit to plead and was subsequently remanded.
Family members made contact with the Legal Aid Council last November and on December 5, 2018 an Application to Relist was filed in the Parish Court on behalf of Mr. Spaulding, who had been in custody for 23 years.
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