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Jamaica Gleaner Lead Stories
published: Sunday | April 9, 2006

More positive economic signals needed
THE CONTINUED decline in the murder rate is a triumph for Minister Peter Phillips.

Strengthening democracy ­ - Part I : Wanted: hope, kindness and transparency
THE NUMBER one priority in reviewing and transforming the state of the nation is the need for each of us to rid ourselves of the feeling within of helplessness, the feeling that we cannot do anything or any more ...


New patrol boat to help drug fight
PRIME MINISTER Portia Simpson Miller has pledged to be strong and unflinching in fighting against the illegal drug trade that plagues Jamaica and the Caribbean.


Guns and drugs ... the Montego Bay link
WESTERN BUREAU: LAST WEEK'S seizure of six firearms, inclusive of an unusual AR-18 Armolite assault rifle, during a police-military operation in the Norwood area of Montego Bay ...


Ja will not interfere in US death row case ­ A-G
ATTORNEY-GENERAL A.J. Nicholson has hit back at claims that the Government has neglected a Jamaican awaiting the death penalty in Florida.


29 convictions from protected witnesses
SINCE RESTRUCTURING in 1997, the Witness Protection Programme operated by the Government has sheltered hundreds of witnesses to heinous crimes from high-profile criminals who would have otherwise murdered them.


Decomposed bodies of two missing men found
SPANISH TOWN, St. Catherine: BODIES of two young men, who went missing on Tuesday after a court appearance, were found in a hole near the Redemption Ground Market in Spanish Town yesterday morning at about 7:00 a.m.


Revisiting Michael Manley's social revolution
IN FEBRUARY 1969, Michael Manley defeated Vivian Blake, polling 376 votes to Blake's 155, to succeed his father, Norman Manley, as the second president of the People's National Party.




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