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Jamaica Gleaner Lead Stories
published: Tuesday | March 7, 2006

School girl raped, teachers protest
Teachers at the Vauxhall High School in East Kingston, boycotted classes yesterday, to protest against the rape of a female student and other security concerns. For years, staff and students at the institution have been affected by violence.

Deadly dealing? Businessman missing - Doctor, others questioned by police
SEVERAL PERSONS including a medical doctor are being investigated in connection with the disappearance of a 53 year-old businessman, who recently returned to the island from the United Kingdom.


Government of Jamaica to state position on cement import duty
COMMERCE, SCIENCE and Technology Minister, Phillip Paulwell, is today expected to outline the government's position on the call for the removal of a 41 per cent import duty on cement. Minister of Information, Senator Burchell Whiteman told reporters...


'Tell mom that I love her' - Last wish of Jordano Flemming
TEACHERS AND students at the Mona High School, St. Andrew, were in a sombre mood yesterday, as they mourned the tragic death of Jordano Flemming, a grade 10 student who was stabbed to death last Saturday.


'I don't know what I am going to do without him' - Mother mourns death of Romane Brissett
WESTERN BUREAU: THERE WAS an eerie silence when The Gleaner visited the home of Janet Maitland in Race Course, Westmoreland yesterday as the tragic loss of 17-year-old Romane Brissett still gripped his family, lulling them into a strange stillness.

















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