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Jamaica Gleaner News
published: Friday | August 26, 2005

Henry-Wilson meets grieving students, staff of Boscobel Primary
BOSCOBEL, St. Mary: MINISTER OF Education, Maxine Henry-Wilson, brought some comfort to grieving teachers, students and residents of the Boscobel Primary School when she led a delegation from the ministry to the school on Wednesday.

Pathologist shortage irks JFJ
LOCAL HUMAN rights group, Jamaicans For Justice (JFJ), is expressing concern about what it says is a shortage of pathologists to serve as observers at post-mortems.


Patrick Genius case heads to Privy Council
DR. CAROLYN Gomes, executive director of human rights watchdog Jamaicans For Justice (JFJ), says it will be taking the Patrick Genius case to the Privy Council, Jamaica's final appellate court.


School in Olympic Gdns to get more classroom space
THE DUPONT Primary School which is located in the inner-city community of Olympic Gardens, St. Andrew, will soon be receiving additional classroom space as a contract valued at J$15 million was recently signed for the expansion of the school.


C&W to announce new local calling rate
CABLE & WIRELESS wants to introduce a single national rate for local calls by October 1. Senior vice-president for retail and residential services. Evan Garricks, told The Gleaner that Cable & Wireless hoped to announce the rate...


Health official urges mothers to immunise infants
DIRECTOR OF Family Health Services in the Ministry of Health, Dr. Karen Lewis-Bell, has called for young mothers to immunise their infants in order to minimise exposure to life threatening diseases which kill an estimated three million children worldwide.


PSOJ's declaration to be signed next month
THE PRIVATE Sector Organisation of Jamaica's (PSOJ) Emancipation Park Declaration is expected to be signed next month. Politicians from the People's National Party (PNP) and the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) have been scrutinising the document...

















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