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The Andrew Holness administration has announced that it is now laying the groundwork to roll out its signature anti-crime measure, the zone of special operations (ZOSO), in at least 20 crime hotspot communities.Holness, the prime minister, said...

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has indicated that his administration is exploring ways to ensure that its two main anti-crime measures do not dampen the Christmas spirit for Jamaicans.Holness announced yesterday that discussions are now taking place...

Outrage has greeted a report in The Sunday Gleaner about a Portland mother who had to seek a transfer for her daughter to a school closer to home, because of unsavoury practices in the public transportation system in the parish.The mother, whose...

The elation and pride she felt after being recognised at yesterday's National Honours and Awards ceremony at King's House in St Andrew could not be hidden, yet retired Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Novelette Grant used the platform to call on...

Jamaica is among eight Caribbean states to benefit from a climate change assessment programme being spearheaded by the Republic of Korea (South Korea) as part of its expanding overseas engagement with developing countries.Dubbed the Impact...

Even as he expressed overwhelming joy for the recognition he received at yesterday’s National Honours and Awards ceremony at King's House, St Andrew, Earl Jarrett, renowned businessman, was most grateful to be alive. He was awarded ...

The trial of Collis 'Chucky' Brown will resume today when the investigator, who is said to have used a covert recording device to capture the first interview between Brown and the Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM), is expected to...

Nine years ago, the Rotaract Club of St Andrew started its semi-annual blood drive after a club member expressed a desperate need for blood for a relative fighting the pangs of cancer.That relative unfortunately died from the disease, but with more...

A fresh-faced schoolboy in March of 1986, 17-year-old Kavan Gayle was seeking only work experience before undertaking tertiary studies, but would instead stumble into a lasting career. Thirty-two years onwards and the now 50-year-old who started as...

WESTERN BUREAU:Education Minister Ruel Reid is hopeful that the Ministry of Education will be able to open a new 'Time Out' facility in its Region Four division by next academic year, after two similar centres were opened recently in Kingston and...
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