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Forty-year-old Keith Oates, of Strathbogie district, Westmoreland was killed in a hit-and - run accident on the Hatfield main road in the parish on Friday, January 30. Reports from the Savanna-la-Mar Police are that...
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mou signing at case
The College of Agriculture Science and Education, (CASE), is to benefit from a 12 million-dollar grant.Representatives of the Dairy Board, the Education Ministry and CASE signed an MOU during Founder...
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Westmoreland based attorney- at- law and former Resident Magistrate, Dionne Meyler-Reid and her three co accused were freed of all charges against them.The three co accused are Toni-Ann Turner,...
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Santoya's body
The Westmoreland police have taken a man into custody in relation to the death of Frome High School student Santoya Campbell.Head of the Westmoreland police Superintendent Beau Rigabie says the man...
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bike crash
The Independent Commission of Investigations (Indecom) and the Inspectorate of the JCF have both launched probes into the controversial circumstances surrounding the death of a biker in Westmoreland....
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st anns bay main road
The St. Ann Parish Council has announced new traffic changes for St. Ann's Bay, which will take effect next Wednesday, February 4. Chairman of the Physical Planning and Environmental Control...
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The Jamaica Council for Persons with Disabilities has called on the National Works Agency to expedite plans to make the Papine community in St. Andrew, a disability-friendly space.The call follows...
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Jamaican sprint star Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce got her campaign up and running in 2015 with an impressive run over 60 metres at the Queens/Grace Jackson Track Meet at the National Stadium.Fraser-Pryce...
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