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15 Years Of Hiding, American Fugitive Held In Jamaica

A man who for 15 years eluded United States federal officials was captured in Jamaica. Keemeit Melaun Hand was captured during a joint US-Jamaica investigation after intelligence suggested that he might have fled to Jamaica. According to reports, investigators analysed suspicious records of a relative of Hand, which led their ...

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Alkaline Released From Police Custody

The police last evening relaeased Alkaline from custody. The dancehall deejay was freed from following a judge’s order earlier today that the police either charge the entertainer or release him by 6:00 pm. He was not charged. Alkaline’s attorney, Peter Champagnie, earlier today filed a habeas corpus for his release. ...

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Labourer, Taxi Driver, Charged With Murder Of Shineka Gray

Twenty-three-year-old Mario Morrison of Bamboo District, Hanover, and 31-year-old Gregory Roberts, taxi driver of Maroon Town, St James, have been charged with the shocking murder of Shineka Gray, 15, a former grade 10 student of Green Pond High in Hanover. According to the police, two men, were charged on Thursday, ...

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No, No, No, Nothing Like That – I Wasn’t Pushed Out

The past couple of month seemed liked the People’s National Party was on a roller coaster ride. With some calling for renewal and the exit of former party President Portia Simpson Miller. No having made her exit and despite having reportedly advised members of the People’s National Party’s National Executive ...

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Alkaline Wanted For Questioning In Murder Investigation

Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Branch Headquarters are seeking dancehall entertainer Earlan Bartley otherwise called, ‘Alkaline’ for questioning in relation to the murder of Rohan Morris. Bartley is being asked to report to the Area 4 Headquarters, Harman Barracks in Vineyard Town, Kingston 2 by 5 p.m., on Wednesday, February ...

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The PNP Is Not Corrupt

Aspiring Presidential candidate of the People’s National Party (PNP) is seeking to remove the perception that the party condones corruption. Phillips in an interview with the Gleaner stated that “the bedrock of integrity and the reputation of the PNP have been the exemplar of integrity in political action. The integrity ...

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Green Pond High Mourns As 15-Year-Old Student Is Murdered

Classes have been suspended at the Green Pond High School in St James as overwhelmed teachers and students mourn the murder of a 15-year-old Shineka Gray.. Gray’s decomposing body was found on Riverside Drive in Granville, St James on Wednesday evening three days after she went missing . There were ...

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Jamaica, UK To Launch Nurse Exchange Programme

Jamaica, UK to establish nurse exchange programme

With the recent shortfall in critical care nurses, the government of Jamaica is seeking to partner with the United Kingdom to create a nurse exchange programme. Dr Tufton says he pitched the proposal to policymakers, technocrats of the Nursing and Midwifery Council, training institutions, and lobbyists in the UK health ...

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